What is liposuction procedure?
Liposuction is a surgical procedure intended to remove fat deposits in certain regions by sucking them out of the body with the help of a special vacuum or special syringes. As a result of the developing technology, laser and ultrasonic techniques have been added to liposuction in order to achieve better results.
Why is liposuction performed?
Liposuction is a surgical procedure performed to slim down certain regions of the body, which contain excess fat deposits that cannot be burnt even by losing weight. Although it is performed to slim down certain regions of the body, it is not appropriate to have it only for the purpose of losing weight. In addition, it can also be performed as a part of the procedure called liposhaping (fat shaping). Liposhaping consists of the combination of the liposuction and fat injection processes.
Are you a suitable candidate for liposuction?
The most suitable candidates for liposuction procedure are those who have regional excess fat, especially in the waist, abdomen, buttock or leg regions although they are not over-weight. Liposuction procedure can also be preferred by over-weight people, who want to have a better body appearance without losing weight. Liposuction should be performed when the person is in her/his ideal body weight range.
*Liposuction is not performed on individuals 18 years of age.
Which regions are suitable for liposuction?
* Waist circumference,
* Under-chin region,
* Tail of spence,
* Inner side of the knee,
* Back of the legs are some of many regions, from where fat deposits can be removed with vacuum.
The operation is performed under the observation of an anaesthesiologist, in an operating room and under hospital conditions. A combination of local anesthesia and sedation (intravenous anaesthesia) is preferred. Only local anesthesia can be applied to very limited, small areas. Duration of the operation ranges between one and five hours, depending on the site to be vacuumed. The patient can be discharged from the hospital on the same day or after 24 hours, depending on the extent of the operation.
The postoperative pain is very mild and can be eliminated with medication. A special bandage is applied to the vacuumed area and the patient wear a special corset after the operation. Care should be taken to ensure that the corset worn does not constantly remain folded in the same place. Purplish discoloration may occur in the vacuumed areas. There may be swelling, tingling, and burning sensation, but these disappear spontaneously within a period of 3 weeks. Surgical scars become hardly visible within 2 to 6 months.
The price of liposuction operations vary depending on the experience of the surgeon who will perform the procedure, the clinical environment where the operation will be done, and the quality of the materials that will be used in the operation. You can call our clinic to get detailed information and make an appointment.