Benefits of Liposuction
- To reform one or more areas of your body that have not get proper results from diet and exercise, but it’s not use to cure obesity, it will not eliminate cellulite or stretch marks.
- Generally applied on the outer thighs and hips on women and the waist and back on men.
- Other areas it covers are the face, neck, abdomen, back, buttocks, legs and upper arms.
- Frequently liposuction is joint with other cosmetic surgery procedures, such as a "tummy tuck" (abdominoplasty), breast reduction, or face-lift.
- It recovers medical conditions like the following:
- Irregular growth of the male breasts(gynecomastia or pseudogynecomastia
- Difficulties with metabolism of fat in the body (lipodystrophy)
- Benign fatty tumors(lipomas)
- Excessive sweating in the armpit area(axillary hyperhidrosis)
- Some development in body figure is usually visible, immediately after surgery and continuous recovery might happen for many weeks or even months as the bruises disappear. Complete results of liposuction might happen either after many months or one year.
Risks of Liposuction
- General After Effects
- Inflammation and minor blemishes around the incision sites where the cannulas were inserted.
- Regularly the skin contract after few months however, for some people the skin may prevail somewhat loose.
- Minor After Effects
- Impairment to the nerves and skin
- Unbalanced skin surface over the treated area.
- Long-lasting changes in the skin
- Your body might add the new fats in a different place, if you have increase in your weight after liposuction. New fats can deeply develop inside your body and these types of fats can be unhealthier to your body, compare to the fats that are stored near the surface of your body. Therefore, people should not gain extra weight to avoid this problem.
- Critical Complications
- If you have bigger amount of fat removed for obese or health problems, your risks will be much higher.
- Extreme blood and fluid loss leading to collapse but it's very unlikely
- Fat clots or blood clots that might transmit to the lungs (pulmonary embolism) and become life-threatening
- Increase of fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) and it’s more expected to happen, when a bigger volume of fluid is implanted into the body.
- Sometimes, antibiotics may be given before or after liposuction to help avoid infections.
- Toxic feedback to the injected solution(lidocaine toxicity), especially if bigger areas or too many areas are recovered at one time
- Cut into the cavity containing the abdominal organs like the spleen
- This type of surgery should not be done for people who have severe heart problems, blood-clotting disorders (such as thrombophilia, a disorder in which the blood clots easily or excessively), or during pregnancy
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