A liposuction is a cosmetic surgery which focuses on getting rid of stubborn fatty deposits. Liposuction is an option to remove small bulges that won’t budge and to improve your body’s shape. The areas most commonly treated include the hips, abdomen, thighs and buttocks and face.

What Do I Need To Know Before Undergoing Liposuction?

The first step before undergoing liposuction will be to arrange a consultation with your surgeon. During the consultation, your surgeon will discuss which options are best for you, your skin type, the effectiveness and safety of the procedure, the potential financial cost and what your expectations should be

The liposuction procedure is performed using a suction device attached to a small, stainless steel instrument called a cannula. Through small incisions, the cannula is inserted into fatty areas between skin and muscle where it removes excess fat either using a suction pump. This results in a smoother, improved body contour. The duration of the procedure will vary with the amount of fat that needs to be removed.

How Long Does Recovery After Liposuction Last?

Under most circumstances, when liposuction is an outpatient procedure, recovery is usually quick. Most people can return to work within a few days and to normal activities within about two weeks


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