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Liposuction

Liposuction is used to remove fat deposits from specific areas of the body. It's typically performed to reshape and contour areas where fat tends to accumulate, such as the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, hips, arms, or chin.

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Targeted Areas

Liposuction has emerged as a versatile solution for individuals seeking to sculpt their bodies and achieve more balanced contours. Targeting various areas where fat accumulates,

Abdomen: Liposuction targets stubborn fat in both the upper and lower abdomen, achieving a flatter midsection.

Thighs: Liposuction improves leg shape by addressing inner and outer thigh fat, reducing saddlebags and excess fat.

Buttocks: Liposuction sculpts and refines buttock contours, providing a smoother appearance and enhancing proportion.

Arms: Liposuction targets excess fat in the upper arms, achieving slimmer and toned arms with enhanced definition.

Back: Liposuction eliminates unwanted fat in the upper and lower back, smoothing bulges for a sculpted contour.

Chest: In men, chest liposuction reduces excess breast tissue, creating a more masculine chest contour.

Neck: Liposuction eliminates a double chin and excess neck fat, defining the jawline and enhancing facial harmony.

Liposuction in Numbers

500.000

Procedures

Every year, there are more than 500.000 liposuction surgeries performed worldwide

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Patients

Around three-quarters of patients who undergo liposuction are adults aged between 30 and 50 years

60%

Individuals

The estimated percentage of liposuction patients who are women is 60%, while men comprise the remaining 40%

BEFORE OPERATION

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BEFORE OPERATION

The surgeon evaluates the patient's overall health and may request medical tests to ensure they are fit for surgery.

Patients receive specific instructions to follow before the procedure, which may include guidelines on medication, diet, and avoiding certain activities.

DURING OPERATION

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DURING OPERATION

Small incisions are made in the targeted areas where the cannula will be inserted. Then, A thin tube called a cannula is inserted through the incisions and used to loosen and suction out excess fat deposits.

After fat removal is complete, the incisions are typically closed with sutures or adhesive strips.

AFTER OPERATION

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AFTER OPERATION

Patients are monitored in a recovery area immediately after surgery until they are stable. Once cleared by the medical team, patients are discharged with post-operative instructions and any prescribed medications.

Liposuction Procedure
  • Name
  • Greta
  • Operation
  • Liposuction Procedure
  • Date
  • 8/13/2023
  • Sweden
  • DETAILS
  • Upper and lower back
Liposuction Procedure
  • Name
  • Reemi
  • Operation
  • Liposuction Procedure
  • Date
  • 10/19/2023
  • Turkey
  • DETAILS
  • Abdomen

REMARKABLE CHANGES

Weaving Past and Present
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LIPOSUCTION METHODS

There are several methods of liposuction, each with its own unique approach and benefits. Here are some common methods:

Traditional Liposuction

Traditional liposuction involves the use of a thin tube called a cannula, which is connected to a vacuum device. The surgeon manually inserts the cannula through small incisions in the skin and moves it back and forth to break up and suction out excess fat deposits.


It is widely used and versatile for treating various areas of the body. Effective for removing larger volumes of fat.

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Tumescent Liposuction

Tumescent liposuction involves the injection of a solution containing saline, local anesthetic (lidocaine), and epinephrine (to constrict blood vessels) into the targeted area before fat removal. This solution helps to numb the area, reduce bleeding, and facilitate fat removal.


It minimizes discomfort during and after the procedure. Reduces the risk of bleeding and bruising.

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Liposuction Procedure

The duration of the procedure may differ for each individual, but generally;

Procedure Duration

1-3 hours

Anesthesia

General Anesthesia or Local anesthesia with sedation

Recovery Time

1-4 months

Expected Results

Improved Body Contour and Reduction in Stubborn Fat

Preferred Method

Traditional Liposuction

Who is Suitable for a Liposuction?

Liposuction is generally suitable for individuals who have localized areas of fat deposits resistant to diet and exercise and desire improved body contouring.


Good candidates are in good overall health, without medical conditions that could increase surgical risks, and are non-smokers or willing to quit smoking before and after the procedure.


Additionally, they should have firm, elastic skin, as liposuction does not address skin laxity.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

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