Guide to Liposuction Surgery

Deciding to finally get rid of that annoying located fat in your body is the right choice! But now that you have actual intentions to get the surgery done, it is time for you to know a little bit more about this cosmetic procedure.

Keep in mind, this surgery is one of the most popular procedures done in the world. It is quick, easy and almost non-invasive, so there is absolutely nothing to worry about. You will have your dream body in a matter of hours.

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Different types of liposuction

There are many variations of this surgery, like Smart Lipo and Mini liposuction, however, today we will telling you everything you need to know about regular liposuction.

There are an arm, thighs and abdominal (or stomach) liposuction, meaning you can get this procedure done in any of these areas in order to remove the fat that has been stuck there for quite a while now.

Through this process, you can a get a much slimmer thigh, a flatter stomach and of course, more defined arms. If you want something more discrete, or eliminate a smaller amount of fat, you can always go for a mini lipo instead.

What is the procedure all about

Regular liposuction surgery is a very quick and safe cosmetic procedure in which you will be put under general anesthesia and once you are sleep, the surgeon will perform a small incision in the problematic area (Whether that’s your thighs, arms or abdominal )

Through that small incision the surgeon will insert a small medical device that will help the fat get liquid, only then, the fat is removed out of your body via a very small medical tube.

Things to consider about the surgery:

  • You will be required to fast for at least 8 hours before the surgery. No eating or drinking water during that time.
  • Liposuctions surgery can last anywhere from three to four hours, depending on the amount of fat that is being suctioned.
  • There is no hospitalization required after the surgery, however, it is recommended to rest for a least two weeks (or until the doctor finally removes the remaining stitches)