Liposuction or clinically called Suction-assisted lipectomy is a procedure that removes excess fatty tissues in the body. The procedure involves inserting a steel tube called cannula, it is connected to a powerful vacuum to suck all the fats through the cannula that is inserted in small incisions in the skin of the area that needs to be treated.
What a liposuction can do?
A more shapely and younger looking body contour
Improves the appearance of cellulites
Smoothen the skin of the treatment area (thighs, buttocks, abdomen and chin)
What Liposuction cannot do?
Totally remove cellulite
It is not a weight reduction treatment
It will not improve the elasticity of your skin. Other surgical procedures may be utilized in conjunction with the loose skin Liposuction should leave such as: thigh lift, buttock lift and facelift.
Liposuction is not a quick way to being physically fit. Healthy diet and exercise is still recommended to maintain a curvy shapely body.
Who can have a Liposuction?
The best candidates are:
People with good skin elasticity.
People with excessive amounts of depository fats in the thighs, abdomen, chin, upper arms, lower arms, neck, breast area, calves and ankles but not necessarily obese.
People who despite diet and exercise has failed to reduce or rid of these depository fats or a.k.a. “diet resistant fats”.
People who have no medical or health conditions and can easily heal after any surgery.
Non-smokers (must at least quit for a minimum of two weeks before procedure)
People who have positive outlook in life and expectations.
Duration: 30 minutes to 2 hours
Confinement: Same day discharge but Next day discharge may be recommended
Recovery time: 7 days
Visible Results: 6 to 9 months