What is Liposuction?
Liposuction is a surgical technique used to contour the body by removing excess fat from the body.
What is the cost of Liposuction?
The costs of liposuction depend on how many areas are treated by liposuction. The more areas you get treated the more costly it gets.
How will I know if I am a candidate for liposuction?
If you are in good health and have realistic expectations from the surgery then you are a good candidate for liposuction.
Which body areas can be treated by liposuction.
For women the most common areas for liposuction are hips, cheeks, neck, arms, thighs and buttocks. In men the most commonly treated areas include, neck, chin, breasts, flanks and abdomen.
What are the complications and risks associated with a liposuction surgery?
The most dangerous aspect of liposuction is an attitude that ignores the risk of doing too much liposuction on a single day. As judged by current worldwide experience, liposuction is amazingly safe. There can be some minor problems such as, infections, bleeding, skin ulcerations and nerve injury.
What are the important characteristics of a surgical facility?
Liposuction can be performed in a doctor’s office in a hospital or an outpatient surgery center. A safe surgical facility for liposuction must be able to minimize the risks of surgical infections. Surgeries should be done in operating rooms that maintain high standards for cleanliness.
What is the recovery time for liposuction?
If the process is done through local anesthesia, patients depart from the surgery facility within thirty minutes of completion of the surgery. In case of general anesthesia patients require two to three hours of post-anesthesia observation before being discharged from the hospital.
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