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Patients with localized fatty deposits that
have been unresponsive to diet and exercise.Patients with excess fatty accumulation in the face,
nek, chest, addomen, hips, back, flanks, inner thighs, knees, legs. This may also be related to
being overweight. Dieting and or exercise may compliment Liposuction.Patients who want to fit
better in to clothing, wear smaller clothes, tuck in shirts, and look better in swimsuits.
1.Anesthesia may be local or general and
the procedure takes about two hours to six hours depending on the amounts and locations .
Procedure involves placing a dilute (tumescent) lidocaine solution into the fatty areas and
waiting about 30 minutes for this to take a nice effect. This advanced anesthetic technique
virtually eliminates any pain during the procedure, post-operative pain, or bruising.
2.The incisions are small 5-7mm and very
inconspicuous, usually located in a crease or under garment lines.
3.The procedure involves the removal of the
fat by suction. It does not disturb the overlying skin, the deep muscles or ligaments, or the
nerves and vessels in between. Small instruments connected to suction are then used to vacuum
out the fat carefully and artistically.
4.A compression garment is worn on and off
for four to six weeks. Pads are used over the liposuction sites and under the garments for the
first three days.
1.You can go home after several hours or can stay overnight.
2.You can shower the after 5 days.
3.There is only minimal pain for first days and easily
controlled by medications.
4.Swelling is mild to moderate and peaks at two to three
days then disappears rapidly over the next three weeks.
5.Minimal or no bruising is the usual.
6.Some fluid may leek out from incision for first two days.
1.Surprisingly little postoperative pain. Changing of
position causes some discomfort.
2.Stitches are removed after 8 to 10 days.
3.Physical activities should be postponed for 2-3 weeks.
4.Massage can be beneficial.
5.Numbness in the treated areas is common for 2-3 months..
6.The scar formation under the skin will be felts as
nodules, which will disappear gradually.
Swelling and brushing far below the treated areas are