by Dr. Steven Wallach
Generally, most people think of liposuction when they are considering about easy way of eliminating unwanted fat. Although you might know the fact that liposuction helps in sucking unwanted fat out of your body, there are other things you should know about liposuction. The following tips can help you in making the right decision about the right procedure for you.
Local anesthesia is the process of numbing a part of your body as your specialist performs liposuction. On the other hand, general anesthesia is where you place in an unconscious state for the liposuction. Once you visit your specialist, they will determine whether you require local or general anesthesia. Normally, general anesthesia is required to remove more fat and local anesthesia for minimal fat removal.
Generally, once the unwanted fat is removed, you will experience loose skin. Although with time, the loose skin can tighten up, it is always not the case. If you wish to have tight skin after the procedure, you need to talk with your plastic surgeon, who may help you eliminate your excess skin.
Typically, with liposuction, you can effectively remove fat from your main body area that generally accumulates fat, including:
• Inner knee
• Ankles and calves
• Upper arm
• Chin, cheeks, and neck
Although some people may experience bruising, soreness, and swelling, it is usually not that bothersome. Typically, the intensity of liposuction effects depends on the amount of fat removed and the person who underwent the procedure.
Generally, with liposuction patients may not lose all their fat instantly. The procedure usually targets excess fat from certain body areas. For example, if you need to get rid of excess fat from your arms, thighs, midsection, or other areas, liposuction might not be your right procedure.
Even though liposuction may help some people reduce cellulite, it is not possible to completely remove it. Even after the procedure, you may still have cellulite, although you will attain a thinner look.
Typically, people who usually smoke are not legible for the liposuction procedure. This is because smoking affects your body’s ability to heal, so plastic surgery is typically not recommended for those who smoke.
Generally, if you don’t maintain a healthy lifestyle following the liposuction procedure, you will still accumulate more fat. If you are looking for lasting liposuction outcomes, conduct a healthy eating habit and regular exercise.
Normally, recovery from a liposuction procedure takes about one week before you can return to your normal routine and two weeks for a full recovery. If you plan for a liposuction procedure, be sure to take about one to two weeks off from work to recover.
In some cases, patients choose to pair liposuction with other procedures to enhance their results. This can include a tummy tuck or breast augmentation, for example. These patients will typically require general anesthesia for their combination surgery.
Are you looking forward to having a liposuction procedure? Schedule a consultation to see if you are a good candidate for liposuction under local anesthesia. Call our office or contact us online.
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