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Liposuction is the process of removing excess fat under the skin with special tools called cannulae. Liposuction is not a weight loss surgery, it is effective in areas of stubborn fat that do not go away despite weight loss. Although these areas are often the waist, abdomen, hip, thigh, inner part of the knee, liposuction can be performed almost anywhere, such as face-jowl-arms.

How is liposuction done? How does the process proceed?

Special fluids that cause the veins to shrink are given to the fat area. The excess fat is absorbed and removed from the body with the help of a cannula and negative pressure by entering through a small incision made near the same area. Tight corsets should be worn after the procedure and should not be removed for about 4 weeks. One day of hospitalization is sufficient after the procedure performed under general anesthesia.

Notes From Your Doctor

Frequently Asked Questions

Ideal candidates for liposuction are people who have stubborn fat in certain areas despite losing weight. These areas are often the hip, waist, lower abdomen and thigh areas.

Although liposuction was seen as a risky procedure in the first periods of its application, today its risks have been minimized as a result of technological and medical developments. Complication rates are very low when performed with the right technique in the appropriate patient.

In addition to general operational risks such as bleeding and infection, there is a very rare risk of fat embolism. Apart from these, irregular skin can be seen in the long term.

Returning to normal life after liposuction is generally possible after 1 week, but it is also related to the amount of liposuction. The larger the liposuction area, the longer the recovery time.

Since the liposuction process is made with very small incisions, there is no scar problem in the long term after the procedure.

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