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Liposuction, most known by patients as “lipo” involves the removal of unwanted fat, shapes specific areas of the body, and remarks the body contour. It can treat areas such as thighs, hips and buttocks, abdomen and waist, upper arms, back, knees, chest area, and specifically on the face, it can treat cheeks, chin, and neck.
This is one of the most demanded practices in the field of cosmetic surgery, not also by patients but also by surgeons because it can be combined with other procedures to refine the outcomes and obtain a more detailed body contour.
- The patient may return home after a few hours when liposuction is done.
- It improves the patient appearance by providing a more natural-looking body.
- It makes the patient feel more confident about their shapes
- It helps remove excess skin and other abnormalities caused by obesity
- Recovery is fast and painless since only minor incisions are required.
- When are the stitches removed?
The stitches will be removed at 7 and 10 days.
- How long do I have to take the medication doctor gave me?
Until the medication you were given is finished.
- Is it normal for the area to be swollen after surgery?
Yes, it is normal for it to be swollen.
- When should I go for a check-up?
On the day of the surgery, the surgeon will tell you whether you should come 24 or 48 hours later. After this first check-up, you should start with lymphatic drainage massages.
- Does liposuction eliminate cellulite?
These aren’t treatments to eliminate cellulite, although they can help to improve your appearance. You can add other aesthetic treatments in your recovery for help to eliminate cellulite.
- Does liposuction hurt?
During the procedure, you will not feel any pain. Liposculpture and liposuction are simple aesthetic operations. You must take into account that they are performed on an outpatient basis and do not require hospitalization.
- Does this intervention leave scars?
Given the small size of the cannula used to remove excess fat, the scar will be practically invisible to the naked eye.
- Is the postoperative period painful?
It is important to emphasize that the postoperative period may be uncomfortable during the first few days. It would be best if you rested with the consequent limitations that this entails. The discomfort that liposuction may cause is similar to the pain that stiffness causes. To alleviate any discomfort, your medical surgeon will prescribe the necessary medication to treat it.
- How long should I wear the girdle?
It is essential that during the lipo postop, you use a compressive girdle. You must wear it for four weeks so that all the tissues are well fixed together.
- Is liposuction the same as liposculpture?
No, it is not the same. Although both terms imply eliminating subcutaneous fatty tissue, liposculpture goes a step further with the application of energies that stimulate the regeneration and remodeling of the conjunctive tissue on which the skin rests, making it recover a firmer and more youthful appearance. In short, not only is fatty tissue eliminated but also skin flaccidity is avoided.
- When can the results be appreciated?
The before and after liposuction is progressive. The first results after liposuction can see them after the first month. This result will progressively improve until its effects are completed one year after the liposuction. The body needs some time to complete the remodeling of the remaining fat. Here you can see more videos and photos of liposuction before and after the procedure.
- What type of anesthesia is used in breast augmentation?
One of the most critical points of recovery after liposuction is the continuous intake of fluids. Drinking plenty of liquids like water, juices, and infusions is essential to maintain proper hydration. Rest is vital during the first 24 hours. It will be necessary to operate on vacation days or request a leave of absence since you can not recover your usual routine until two days later. After liposuction, the patient will notice the swollen area, and the skin will change its appearance. Properly follow the recommendations of your medical surgeon will be all the precautions you should take during the postoperative period.
- How is the recovery after liposuction?
In the immediate postoperative period (2-3 days), the main discomfort is pain, and the analgesics will help. Hematomas will be reabsorbed in the following 2-3 weeks. Generally, the hurt has diminished considerably from the third day and allows resuming of practically regular activity. In general, a period of relative rest of 2-3 days is sufficient. It is essential to use compression material on the treated area, which you should not remove at any time during the first 4-5 days. After this period, it can be removed momentarily during personal hygiene.
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Dr. Nidal Masri
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