Liposuction Surgery: 

Liposuction, also known as lipoplasty ("fat remodeling"), lipectomy-suction liposuction ("suction-assisted fat removal"), or simply lipo, is a plastic surgery procedure that uses small hollow bodies to remove fat from many different parts of the human body . Tools called cannulas. These tools are inserted into tiny incisions (incisions), usually less than a quarter inch in diameter, from which fat is removed. A medical vacuum cleaner sucks the fine, crushed fat cells into a container. In tumescent liposuction, local anesthetics and other medications are injected into the fat layer before excess fat is removed.

People with localized fat can opt for Liposuction and Tummy Tuck to remove fat from that area. Liposuction is a body contouring procedure and is not recommended for weight loss. Liposuction has evolved over the past few decades with the introduction of tumescent and super-wet techniques, ultrasonic liposuction, energy-assisted liposuction, and laser-assisted liposuction. These advances have made it easier and safer to lose more fat with less blood loss. However, large volume liposuction is a more complex and physiologically different procedure than traditional liposuction, which removes small amounts of fat.

liposuction can be performed on the abdomen, hips, thighs, calves, arms, buttocks, back, neck or face. Liposuction can cover multiple areas, such as the abdomen, back, and thighs, in the same day.

Liposuction is also used for breast reduction in men with large chests (gynecomastia) or to remove fatty growths (lipomas), but is often used for cosmetic body contouring.

Candidates for large volume liposuction must be in good physical and mental condition. The weight should either remain constant or go away with diet and exercise. Patients with rapid or sustained weight gain should complete an exercise program and change their diet prior to admission to surgery. Large volume liposuction should not be offered as the only weight loss option to uncooperative or unmotivated patients.

Large volume liposuction should be performed at an accredited hospital or accredited/certified outpatient surgical facility. In addition, all patients should have access to night care and observation facilities by a trained nurse, although this is not necessary for everyone.

Liposuction Before and After: Patients usually come to the practice after 24 to 48 hours to receive instructions on how to change. The patient or caregiver will remove the Foley catheter within approximately 24 hours. It is advisable to move early and pay attention to the pulmonary toilet. In healthy patients, generalized postoperative edema can often be treated with a mild diuretic 48 hours after surgery.