Usually, fat deposits are seen in our own body that can withstand all kinds of physical activity and diet. Especially in women who care about their form, they lose their original harmony by not being able to enjoy looking in the mirror and, as a result, a decrease in self-esteem.
There is a cure for this unpleasant condition: Laser Liposuction. It is a surgery in which the body is reshaped by removing excess fat accumulated in certain areas. In this way, the body regains its balance and makes the woman more beautiful and attractive than before.
In procedures such as Liposuction, tummy tuck, a consultation with the doctor is provided first. The first doctor’s appointment allows us to assess the patient’s wishes, health, and to find the most appropriate solution by explaining the possible risks and the results that can be achieved.
Liposuction is done with a very thin cannula. After making a small incision under the skin, we deliver the tube to the adipose tissue around the relevant area. Then we crush the excess oil and make it liquid.
After the procedure is completed, the incision is sutured and heals without leaving any scars.
As with any surgery, a natural and temporary edema and bruising may occur in approximately fifteen days. Patients are often prescribed pain relievers or lotions to alleviate their possible discomfort.
It is recommended to use an elastic garment or corset for about a month during the recovery period. One month later, the patient is interviewed again to check for improvement and to check the first results obtained. After 3 months, there will be a visible change.
Do men have liposuction surgery?
Despite regular physical activity and proper nutrition, fat accumulations in different parts of the body can also be seen in men. This can lead to dissatisfaction and lack of self-confidence in men who pay great attention to their form and fitness. It may even cause embarrassment when they go to the sea or sports.
Fortunately, action can be taken to prevent this mood from dominating. Liposuction does just that, removing excess fat and restoring a body that regains its former attractiveness.
After the Surgery
After the procedure, you will be fitted with an elastic support brace or compression bandages. This helps reduce swelling and bruising and should be worn continuously for several weeks after the operation.
You may need to take antibiotics right after the procedure to reduce the risk of infection. Most people also take mild pain relievers to relieve any pain and swelling.
· If you had a general anaesthetic, someone would need to drive you home and stay with you for the first 24 hours.
· How long it will be before you are able to return to work will depend on a number of factors, such as the type of job that you do and how much of your body was treated.
· The same will apply to how long it will be before you are able to drive. You should discuss this with your surgeon.
· The bandage or corset can be taken off while you shower.
· You will need to avoid strenuous activity for up to 4 to 6 weeks (but walking and general movement should be fine).
· The results of the procedure are not always noticeable until the swelling has gone down. It can take up to 6 months for the area to settle completely.
· After about a week: Stitches would be removed (unless you had dissolvable stitches).
· At 4 to 6 weeks: You should be able to resume any contact sports or strenuous activities you’d normally do.