As a natural result of weight gaining, fat is stored in certain parts of our body. To get rid of the fat stored in certain body parts, the most commonly prefered type of process is Liposuction supported by a diet and working out.
The biggest advantage is there will be minor to none visible scars after the application. It is not a weight loss method but a method of getting rid of the fat stored in specific areas. If you have a specific area in your body which you can not get rid of by natural methods, it is advised to go for liposuction operation.
During the operation, the fat that is collected from your body is contained in the injector and not deposited in the aspirator. By this method, the fat may be used in other areas of the body for filling purposes.In order to achieve better results, it is highly recommended to get support for skin recovery as it is important for the success of the operation.
Hospital stay depends on the amount of fat removed and the type of anaesthesia used; it may vary from few hours to 1 or 2 days.
Every operation comes with a risk. Eventhough unavoidable complications may occur, serious complications are quite rare with this operation. This article aims to give you general information about the operation in question. In order to make the correct decision, we highly recommend you to make a detailed research about possible risks and complication of the procedure. Please note that complications occur more frequently with patients who are obese, smoke, and have a history of lung or other chronic underlying medical conditions.
Smokers have a higher risk of post operative healing problems and expected to be less immune to infection. Smokers also are more likely to suffer operative and post operative bleeding. It is strongly advised for patients to stop smoking for two weeks before and after surgery. Eventhough this may help, please note that, stopping to smoke for short period of time will not be enough to eliminate risks of long term smoking. Smoking also has a contrary effect on the skin.