What is liposuction surgery and how does it work?
Liposuction is an aesthetic operation that eliminates fat that won’t go away despite diet and exercise.
To enhance the appearance of your hips, belly, thighs, buttocks, back, arms, and below the chin or face, a plastic or dermatologic physician performs the surgery. However, liposuction can be combined with other cosmetic procedures such as tummy tucks, and breast reductions. The procedure is performed with the help of local or general anesthesia.

What are the techniques used in liposuction surgery?
Vaser technique which refers to ‘Vibration Amplification of Sound Energy at Resonance’. It’s a type of liposuction that utilizes ultrasonic waves to part ways and transform fat cells to liquid form, making them faster to remove by vacuuming. Small cuts of around 2 mm are made for the vacuuming part, and the fat is extracted with the assistance of thin cannulas.
The specialist doctor will recommend wearing a corset (abdominal binder) for three weeks following liposuction to speed up healing. It is important to walk and move as much as you can in order to heal as quickly as possible.

Is Vaser Liposuction preferable to conventional liposuction?
The direct heat of laser liposuctions is useful for addressing small areas, but the Vaser technique is more efficient over a wider area. Fat from the Vaser technique can be emulsified and used in other treatments, such as buttlifting.

Is liposuction a safe operation?
Liposuction is generally a safe operation, and notable consequences are uncommon if you follow your post-operative recommendations carefully.

Is Vaser liposuction effective at tightening skin?
Vaser liposuction tightens the skin to a considerable level. Many patients who are interested in body reshaping also want to tighten their skin around the surgical region in order to achieve the best results. Vaser is capable of doing both.

Is it possible to get your weight back post liposuction operation?
While the fat cells that were destroyed will not regrow, fat cells in different parts of the body might enlarge in size. This implies that if a patient does not eat healthily, fat may appear to move to other parts of the body that are not being targeted.

Who is a good candidate for liposuction surgery?
You’re BMI is 30%
your skin is strong and elastic, and you have decent muscle strength.
You’re not a smoker.
You have realistic outcomes expectations.
Diet and exercise haven’t succeeded as nonsurgical solutions.

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