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Crucial Facts About Liposuction

Liposuction is a type of cosmetic surgery that removes excess fat to improve the appearance of the body and smooth the irregular body shape. This method is often called body contouring.

Liposuction may be useful for contour neck, under chin, cheeks, stomach, upper arm, back, thighs, hips, knees, calves, and ankle area. It may involve painful healing. Liposuction may have serious or serious complications.

Procedures



  • Tumescent liposuction (fluid injection)

Tumescent liposuction is the most common type of liposuction. It involves injecting large amounts of treated solution into the area before the fat is released. Occasionally, the solution may be up to three times the amount of fat that will be released.

Fluids are a combination of local anesthetics; Local anesthetics help moisturize parts during and after surgery. Anesthesia may be necessary only for this procedure. Epinephrine in solution helps reduce blood loss, swelling and bruises. Intravenous salt solution helps to lose fat easily. It is purified along with fat; this type of liposuction usually takes longer than other types of Procedures.



  • Liposuction Assisted Ultrasound (UAL)

Liposuction assisted ultrasound (UAL) uses ultrasound vibrations to turn fat cells into liquid. Then, the cells can be removed. UAL is done in two ways, external or internal.

This technique helps to remove fat from solid parts, fiber-filled (fibrous) body such as the back or breast tissue of men. UAL is often used as a follow-up procedure with an initial technique, or for higher accuracy. This procedure takes longer than super wet techniques.



  • Liposuction Assisted Laser (LAL)

Laser assisted liposuction (LAL) uses laser energy to melt fat cells. Once the cells are watered, they can be isolated or allowed to pass through small tubes. Because the tube used during LAL is less than that used in conventional liposuction, surgeons prefer to use LAL for confined areas such as jowls, chin and face. Another advantage of LAL over other liposuction procedures is that the energy from LAL stimulates collagen production that helps prevent skin breakdown. This helps prevent skin fatigue after liposuction.

Use of liposuction

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Here are the different uses of liposuction:






  • Because of cosmetics.





  • To improve sexual function by reducing the abnormal storage of fat in the thighs, thus allowing easier access to the vagina.





  • The body is made up of people who have fat bulges and cannot be removed by exercising or diet.

Is liposuction not used?






  • As an alternative to exercise and nutrition, or as a cure for general obesity.





  • Fat on the breast, because the breast is a common site for cancer.

Liposuction Risk

The risks associated with liposuction include:






  • Shock (usually when fluid is not adequately replaced during surgery)





  • Infection





  • Advantages of liquid





  • Fat embolism





  • Bleeding, blood clots





  • Asymmetry





  • Drug reaction

Procedures and After Care Liposuction

Before surgery, blood and urine samples will be provided. This allows healthcare providers to eliminate complex situations that may occur. The presence of the hospital is not required, Section Flowers after surgery, bandages and compression clothing are used to maintain pressure in the area, stop any bleeding and help maintain the shape.

The wrap is kept for at least 2 weeks while the compression clothes last for a few weeks. The stitches will be removed within 5 to 10 days; Antibiotics may be prescribed to prevent infection. Swelling, bruises, pain and sexually transmitted infections can occur but they can be treated with medication.

Walking as soon as possible after surgery helps prevent blood clots from forming. Weight training should be avoided for one month after surgery. Work can resume after several weeks of surgery.



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