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Liposuction of an anatomical area

Liposuction of an anatomical area
Liposuction is not a method to lose weight! This is a method of sculpting the body. Through it, certain parts of the body are formed by removing the accumulated fat deposits, improving the proportions and contour. Liposuction can be performed together with other procedures of cosmetic surgery such as lifting, breast reduction in gynecomastia, abdominoplasty.

Operative intervention:
Liposuction is a method of contouring the body by destroying and aspirating adipose tissue from areas with increased fat accumulation. It is also called liposculpture. The operation is performed with the help of special tools called cannulas, which are connected to the aspiration system. Through them, fat is broken down and removed from the body. When a large amount of adipose tissue is aspirated from one area, tightening belts or tights are placed to help the skin adapt to the new contours. The method is also used successfully to remove subcutaneous tumors from adipose tissue called lipomas.
Lipofilling is the injection of one's own adipose tissue in order to increase the volume of external organs, fill in wrinkles or areas of the body with reduced relief.

From 1 to 2 hours, depending on the number of treated areas.

It is most often performed under general anesthesia. It is possible to perform the procedure under combined - venous and local anesthesia.

Hospital stay:
It is performed on an outpatient basis or in a hospital setting, with a stay of up to 24 hours.

Postoperative deviations:
Temporary discomfort, pain, swelling, bruising, altered skin sensitivity. They pass most often for a period of 5 to 14 days, rarely up to a month. Skin sensitivity is restored more slowly up to 3 months.

Infection. Occurrence of skin irregularities. Asymmetry. Formation of subcutaneous fluid collections - seromas. Impaired electrolyte balance in the body - when removing large amounts of adipose tissue. Aspirin is prohibited 7 days before surgery because it increases the risk of bleeding during and after surgery.

The patient can return to work after 7 days to two weeks. Exercise should be avoided every 1 month. The skin of the treated areas should be protected from the sun for up to 3 months after the procedure, with the help of sunscreens.
Liposuction of an anatomical area