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Liposuction All FAQ

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expand iconWhat are the benefits of liposuction?

Some of the benefits that make liposuction one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the country are- ||Enhances the shape and contour of the body to remove the stubborn fat from certain parts of the body. ||Treats medical conditions such as lipomas, gynecomastia, lipoatrophy syndrome, excessive sweating from the armpits, etc. ||The results of liposuction are instantaneous and long-lasting as the fat cells are removed permanently during the procedure. ||Acts as a precursor of healthy lifestyle for patients trying to lose weight.

expand iconWhat is the cost of liposuction?

The cost of liposuction varies from one case to another. The actual cost of the procedure to be borne by the patient is different for every individual. The specific clinic or hospital provides an estimated cost of the entire procedure after careful consideration of several factors such as- specific part of the body to be treated, amount of fat removed, anesthesia charges, location of the clinic and skills of the surgeon.

expand iconIs liposuction covered by medical insurance?
expand iconWhat diet a patient should follow after liposuction surgery?

Diet plays an important role in the recovery of a patient who has undergone liposuction. The diet helps to maintain the outcomes of the procedure for a long time. Some of the common food items that people should consume after the procedure include lean meat, beans and legumes, whole grains, nuts and seeds, fishes, leafy green vegetables, and protein supplements. In addition to this, the patient should remain hydrated and take a lot of multivitamins.

expand iconWhat is the difference between tumescent liposuction vs laser liposuction?

In the tumescent liposuction, the surgeon injects a saline solution with an anesthetic to the area to be treated. After a while, the surgeon inserts a cannula and makes a to and fro motion to break the fat cells. Whereas in laser liposuction, the surgeon relies on a laser probe. It is inserted into the area to be treated that loosens the stubborn fat and allows the surgeon to sculpt the loosened fat easily.

expand iconWhat is the difference between liposuction and body sculpting?
expand iconWhat is the difference between traditional and VASER liposuction?
expand iconDoes fat grow back after liposuction?

No. The results of liposuction, irrespective of any type, are permanent in nature. Liposuction aims to remove the fat cells from the treated part of the body permanently. However, if the patient falls back to following unhealthy lifestyle habits then the fat cells near the treated area can grow large again resulting in uneven body shape.

expand iconIs liposuction good for you?
expand iconHow effective is liposuction?
expand iconAre results of liposuction surgery permanent?
expand iconAre the scars of liposuction permanent?
expand iconIs thigh liposuction worth it?
expand iconHow successful is liposuction?
expand iconWho should ideally consider liposuction?

The American Society of Plastic Surgeons recommend that the ideal candidates for liposuction are inidividuals who are not suffering from any serious medical condition and maintain 30% of their ideal weights. In addition to this, they should also have firm, elastic skin and good muscle tone. Moreover, they should keep realistic expectations from the procedure.

expand iconDoes non surgical liposuction work?

Non-surgical fat reduction options do not work on large parts of the body. Liposuction is a more effective, accurate option for removing fat from certain parts of the body. With the non-surgical option, the person has to wait for atleast couple of months to notice any results as well as the results may not be so as precise as expected. Nonsurgical option may seem appropriate for people who are looking to lose small portions of fat while liposuction treats large parts of the body.

expand iconHow is liposuction done?

First, the surgeons administer anesthesia that numb the area to be treated. Next, they make small incisions through which they insert a solution or ultrasound probes that help break the stubborn fat cells into a liquid form. In traditional liposuction, a cannula is inserted that is moved in to and fro motion to dislodge the fat cells. The liquified fat cells are then sucked out by an aspirator. The incisions are then closed with surgical glue or sutures. Depending on the type of liposuction, there can be some additional steps.

expand iconHow much fat can liposuction remove at one time?
expand iconWill liposuction get rid of cellulite?
expand iconWhat are the different parts of the body where liposuction is performed?
expand iconHow long should I wear compression vest after liposuction?

Surgeons recommend that patients after the procedure should wear the compression garment for atleast 21 days. The actual duration is decided by the surgeon depending on the volume of tissue removed and the rate of recovery of the patient. The main purpose of the vest is to control the swelling and to provide support to the treated area.

expand iconWhat is the fastest way to reduce swelling after liposuction?
expand iconHow long does it take to see the actual results of liposuction?
expand iconWhat are the do's and don'ts to follow after liposuction?
expand iconHow long does it take to fully recover after liposuction?
expand iconWhat are the tips to follow for fast recovery after liposuction?
expand iconIs liposuction safe?

Yes. The United States Food and Drugs Administration (USFDA) has given its approval in saying that liposuction is an absolutely safe procedure to undergo. However, one must be aware that just like any other surgical procedure, liposuction too poses some risks and complications. These are easily curable with minor home remedies and aftercare tips prescribed by the surgeon.

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expand iconWhat are the negative effects of liposuction?

A highly experienced surgeon always ensures that the patient is aware of the possible side effects that can occur after any surgical procedure. Some of the common side effects that patients should expect to occur after liposuction include swelling, mild pain, infections, temporary numbness of the treated area, accumulation of fluids, damage to other organs, kidney failure, irregularities of the skin contour.

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