Liposuction is the most performed cosmetic surgery procedure in the whole world. Thousands of women use it to improve their silhouette with gratifying results; however there are some things you should know before you decide to proceed with one of these surgeries.
A common misconception is to consider Liposculpture as a permanent solution, and that patients never gain back fat. Patients should keep a balanced diet to maintain their surgery results.
The size and extent of your surgery is related to the excess fat that you have in your body. There is no gentle liposuction that removes large amounts of fat. If the amounts of fat to be removed are relative small, the intervention should be also short and less traumatic.
There are different techniques to do this surgery like ultrasound, or the vaser and Laser liposculpture with motorized cannulas. All these techniques are variants of the same process and involve a surgical treatment. There are many articles that talk about the benefits in terms of pain and recovery of various techniques, but none of them proves to be ‘better’ than the others. There will always be fibrosis after these surgeries, but when they have been well executed and the patient has met the required care this fibrosis will be very imperceptible.
If you have considerable excess fat, it is most likely that you will have loose skin as a result of the Liposculpture, and in many cases it may be necessary to use other surgeries (such as a tummy tuck – or abdominoplasty) to trim the unaesthetic excess skin.
Liposuction can be performed on several occasions but each new operation will be more difficult, involved greater risks and perhaps lower quality results, this is why you should not abuse of this procedure.
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