Liposuction (Vacuum Fat Extraction Surgery)
'Liposuction' certain low (belly, hip, hip, waist, thigh, knee, foot, breast, jowl, arm) collection diet and It is a surgical enlargement for the purpose of making the shape and more detailed power hands related to giving the stubborn oil that cannot be given by application to the vehicle's vacuum of about 1 atmosphere and to the thin vehicle special injectors. With this technology, more oil is collected than other regions, and the power to be obtained is given a more shape. This process finds specific application such as Belly, Abdomen, Hips, Hips, Side, Knees, Waistlines, Back Area, Ankles, Arms and Under the chin.
Which Vacuum Oil Extraction Opera is Remembered?
The only method that has the least accepted complexes for the purpose of renewing the power by removing the fats is the absorption of the fats with the help of the liposuction method. In this medical literature, jobs such as "body medicine", "body", "absorb" are also given. "Lipofiling", on the other hand, is given to teaching strengthening or teaching the pits with the fat taken by "liposuction". Today, lipofilling is used with the aim of completing a large number of "nasolabial", which is the "nasolabial" with the channel and the edge, more "on the cheeks".
To Whom It Is Done To Whom It Is Not Done?
Liposuction is not a weight loss method. It is not applied to obese people with a body mass index of 30 or more. Ideally, it is applied to people who have normal or slightly more weight than normal, but have more fat accumulation in certain parts of the body than in other parts of the body. Especially in women, more fat accumulation is seen in the hip, hip, thigh (upper leg), abdomen and waist regions compared to other regions. With this process, these regions are thinned and their proportion with other regions is balanced. Skin elasticity, striae and cellulite due to postpartum or weight gain, age, varicose veins, hernia, smoking and drug use (vitamin, anticoagulant, iron, oral contraceptive, hormone intake), diabetes, heart-lung diseases, health problems in kidney and liver Presence of cold, infection, skin infections, bleeding diathesis, Psychiatric disorders, psychiatric nutritional disorders such as bulimia-anorexia, unrealistic expectations are issues that should be carefully evaluated before surgery.
What is the Recovery Period?
Mild pain that may occur after surgery can be controlled with painkillers. After liposuction, edema and bruises will occur in the areas where fat is removed. It may take 3-4 weeks for the bruises to go away, and 6-8 weeks for the swelling to completely subside and the final result to appear. After 'liposuction', the patient is recommended physical exercises and LPG applications to the areas where the procedure is performed. In this way, it is ensured that the edema passes more quickly and the possibility of fluctuations in the skin is less.
Will I Have a Problem?
The most important complication in liposuction is fluctuations (ondulation) and the formation of some dented points in the area where the fat is removed. Removing more than normal fat from the area where the fat is removed or removing fat irregularly will cause this result, as well as in people who do not have good skin elasticity. It is very difficult to fix these emerging problems. For this reason, it is very important that this process is carried out by experts in experienced hands. It should be known that although liposuction can reduce the irregularities in the skin called cellulite, it will not completely eliminate it. Better aesthetic results are obtained in young patients with good skin elasticity. Since the number of fat cells in the liposuction area is reduced, when the person gains weight in the next life, there is no fat accumulation in these areas. However, it is still important that the patient adheres to the postoperative diet. Continuing to overeat can lead to appearing overweight again. Liposuction is an intervention that gives very successful results if it is performed in experienced hands when suitable patients are selected. However, it should be kept in mind that it is very difficult to reverse deformities caused by excessive fat removal from certain areas with an inappropriate intervention.