Liposuction Procedure

“…resculpting the contours of your body…”

You have dieted and exercised and there are still stubborn areas of fat that will not go away. Our reason for choosing liposuction may be as simple as just wanting to look better in your clothes. While liposuction is not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle, it can make you look and feel better.
Following are the points that will make the Liposuction treatment clearer.

  • Liposuction is a surgical technique that improves the body’s contour by removing excess fat from deposits located between the skin and muscle.
  • Liposuction involves the use of a small stainless steel tube, called cannula.
  • The cannula is connected to powerful suction pump and inserted into the fat through small incisions in the skin.
  • Fat removal is accomplished as the suction cannula created tiny tunnels through the fatty layers.
  • It is not a treatment of obesity.

“Get the body you want with Permanent results”

Liposuction is the most popular plastic surgery procedure because it is an effective solution to reshape specific areas of the body where fat deposits resist diet and exercise. Liposuction contours your figure improving your “problem areas” to create better proportion and better balance to your figure. Many times, the disproportionate contours in your body may be due to family traits, regardless of exercise and good health.

  • Immediate Results
  • Fantastic Inch Loss
  • Tightens the skin as fat reduces
  • Reduces cellulite
  • Safe
  • Non Invasive
  • No Downtime
  • No pain
  • No consumables
  • Therapist usage

List of Questions and Answers

Liposuction is the surgical removal of excess fat with a thin, straw-like instrument called a cannula that is attached to a liposuction machine. The cannula is inserted into the fat layer of the skin, where it is manipulated within the layers to remove unwanted fatty deposits. The result is a correction of bulging, fatty areas into more attractive contours.
A good candidate is someone who has stubborn areas of fat that cannot be eliminated with diet or exercise. He firmly states that liposuction is not a method of weight loss, but rather it is a way of correcting specific pockets of fat.
Most surgeries are between 45 minutes and 2 ½ hours.
Usually between three to four areas can safely be done with a single liposuction procedure. Most of the patients only need one surgery for all treatment areas. If additional areas are needed, they can be done as soon as 48 hours later.
You will be up and moving the day of your surgery. Dr. Amron recommends that every patient to take a 2-mile walk the day after surgery, because this promotes healing. Most patients return to their regular exercise routine between one to two weeks, although they may engage in mild exercise prior to that.
The biggest limitation with rhinoplasty is thick skin, because this is difficult to shrink and conform to the underlying framework of the procedure. A surgeon can only do so much with a large nose if the skin won’t contract. Risks include infection, postoperative nose bleeds, numbness, swelling, possible collapse of the nose, external scarring, fullness, residual deformity, and holes inside the septal area of the nose.
Final results usually take between 6-12 months, but most patients see the beginning of results within one month. Usually by 3 weeks much of the swelling is down and most patients are looking better than before the surgery and are able to wear a swimsuit and go on vacation.
Once you have elected to move forward with surgery, a pre-op appointment will be scheduled anywhere from 2 weeks to 10 days prior to your surgery date. This appointment will include blood work, pre-op consents, pre and post op instructions, and garment measurements.
Most patients report minimal discomfort during liposuction. The very first step is an injection of local anesthetic, which takes about 15-30 minutes to set in. During this time, patients report a mild pinching sensation. Once the local anesthetic has taken root, patients report no pain at all.

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