Regardless of good health, exercise and eating properly, some people find that their body has unappealing, disproportionate contours due to localized fatty deposits. Genetics, rather than a lack of weight control or exercise, may be to blame. Liposuction slims and reshapes targeted areas of the body (inner and outer thighs, hips, buttocks, back, upper arms, abdomen, waist, inner and outer knee and/or chin) by removing the excess fat and improving the contours to be more visually pleasing and natural looking.
Liposuction, however, is not a treatment for obesity, nor should it be a substitute for proper diet and exercise. Cellulite, the dimpled skin that typically appears on the thighs, hips or buttocks, does not respond effectively to liposuction.
During the liposuction procedure, small inconspicuous incisions are made. First, a sterile liquid solution is infused to reduce bleeding and trauma. Then a thin hollow tube is inserted through the small incisions to loosen excess fat. Finally, the dislodged fat is suctioned out of the body.
Once your procedure is completed, a compression garment or elastic bandages may cover the treated area. These are used to help control swelling and compress the skin to your new shape. Recovery times vary based on the number and location of areas involved in the procedures. Typically, a return to normal activities occurs in five to ten days.
It may take several weeks for the swelling to fully dissipate. As it does, you will see your new contours develop. As long as a health weight and lifestyle is maintained, the results of liposuction should remain.
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