Procedure, Preparation and Recovery
Liposuction, also referred to as lipoplasty or body contouring, is a surgical procedure that utilizes suction technology to take out fat from various parts of the body. These areas include, hips, abdomen, neck, arms, chin, back and thighs. Liposuction procedure is successful for those who have excessive body fat in a particular area of the body. It is not a weight-loss method; so if that is what you want to achieve at the end, do not go in for liposuction. You need to alreadyhave a stable body weight if you want to undergo liposuction
Visit Healing hospital, Chandigarh, to get the best results out of liposuction procedures. You will get optimum fat-loss solutions that are brought about with the use of latest techniques and advancements in this field. Our safety standards are the best in this industry and you get what has been promised
There are a number of liposuction procedures that are conducted after administering local anesthesia to a specific area of the body. However, depending on the procedure, your specialist surgeon might decide to give you general anesthesia. This will keep you sedated throughout the whole process and calm down your nerves. The liposuction procedure can continue for quite a few hours depending on the amount of fat that needs to be removed from the body.
There are various types of liposuction techniques. These are listed in detail below:
It is important to discuss with your surgeon at Healing hospital, Chandigarh, about the pros and cons of liposuction before going ahead with it. Knowledge is the key in any surgical process
It will take a few weeks before you return to your normal routine, especially exercise. It is best to consult your surgeon about the dos and don’ts as they vary from one individual to another.
Your specialist doctor can recommend liposuction in the below mentioned conditions:
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