fatty deposits in several parts in the body not responding to diet nor exercise not matching with the body measurements in men or women
liposuction of the fat and sculpture of the requested parts in females or males
1 hour to 3 hours according to the number of places need liposuction
general or local according to the number of liters of liposuction
several hours (0-4 L) and (4-10 L)
Complete blood picture
Liver and kidney functions
Random blood sugar
One day at home if liposuction 0-4 liters
3 days at home if liposuction 4-7 liters
One week at home if liposuction 7-10 liters
Minimal to moderate pain according to amount of liposuction, edema and bruises first 3 weeks
Wearing the suitable pressure garment one and half months
after 3 months beautiful curved areas in females or males
smoking and uncontrolled diabetes cause surgical complications
several hospitals with packages suitable for everybody (same medical service – different hotel services)
You may be a good candidate for liposuction if you are relatively healthy, yet struggle with disproportionate fat distribution unrelated to your weight or physical fitness. Liposuction patients should be non-smokers and should have relatively firm skin and muscle tone. Schedule a professional consultation to learn more about whether liposuction is right for you.
You will not be permitted to eat or drink anything the day of your liposuction procedure. Your doctor will administer an IV sedative or general anesthesia to help you relax or fall asleep during the surgery. A surgeon will use a long narrow tube to dislodge fat via small incisions near the targeted liposuction areas. Once the fat is dislodged, it will be suctioned out of the body using a surgical vacuum. Most liposuctions last between one and four hours depending on the number of treatment areas.
You’ll awake from your procedure wearing a compression garment to reduce swelling, as well as drains at your incision sites. Once you are released to go home, you’ll be discharged with specific instructions for at-home care and returning visits to the doctor for follow-up and bandage removal. Be sure to take all prescribed medications as directed by your doctor, and call your doctor immediately if you experience any chest pains or shortness of breath following your surgery.