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Liposuction


Liposuction is the most common cosmetic procedure performed today. As with any popular, media-saturated procedure, myths and misconceptions abound, sometimes causing unnecessary confusion and fear among women and men trying to decide whether to undergo liposuction.

 


As a prospective patient, being well-informed, having realistic expectations and feeling comfortable with your surgeon will enable you to enter the experience of elective cosmetic surgery with confidence and enthusiasm.

 

 

Good candidate for liposuction


The best candidate for liposuction is a healthy person who is not overweight, has good skin elasticity but has "bulges" of excess fullness that refuse to disappear in spite of good diet and exercise. The most common areas of bulges are the inner and outer thighs, hips, abdomen, knees, arms, neck and back. In men, the most common area is the dreaded "love handle" waistline and back.


 


Being slightly overweight is not a problem, but if you plan to lose 15 pounds, lose it prior to the surgery. If skin in the proposed area(s) of liposuction is loose, it will subsequently hang. In this case, although liposuction may not be for you, you might be an excellent candidate for other body sculpting procedures such as a tummy tuck or thighplasty.
Will the irregularity or "cellulite" appearance

 Liposuction is a sculpting procedure. Your bulges will disappear and contours will improve, correlating to an improved appearance both in and out of clothes. Once healing is complete, you (and others) will definitely notice a significant change in the mirror.


Tumescent liposuction involves the introduction of a special solution into areas of pre-determined liposuction prior to extracting fatty tissue. This state-of-the-art technique allows a greater amount of fat to be extracted with minimal blood loss and reduced bruising and discomfort.



Ultrasonic liposuction is technique involves incorporates a machine that uses ultrasonic waves that break up fatty tissue before extraction. This technique is used on patients who have fibrous areas that result from past liposuction.


 

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