This is an intensive procedure for controlling the amount of fat in the body. Where the fat tissues are extracted out of the body or moved to places where there are deficiencies in those tissues. This procedure, Liposuction, for fat removal is one of many other procedures that are used for this purpose.
Fat removal using Laser Lipo: This procedure is called “Fat removal using the Laser Lipo” because of the help of a laser that makes it easier to extract fats from the body, creates thermal damage to the sebaceous glands located under the skin, reduces the fat layer level, and prevents it from sticking to the tissues and forming flabbiness.
Fat removal using ultrasound (Tickle Lipo): This procedure is one of the cutting-edge techniques used for liposuction by frequency waves. It provides the possibility to perform liposuction without the need for general anesthesia, where the doctor applies local anesthesia only, and therefore the patient will be conscious during the procedure and will not feel any pain, allowing the patient to leave the hospital immediately after this procedure.
Liposuction is the name of a method of removing localized fat tissues that can not be removed by diet and sports through cannulas by opening small holes with negative pressure (vacuum). Since these holes are 3-4 mm long and become invisible with time, they have the advantage of not causing aesthetic problems like traces.
To put it simply, if the energy consumed with the nutrients is equilibrated, you will not lose weight and will keep your form. If the energy received is more than the oil is stored in the tissue. This is the growth of fat tissue, that is, it appears as obesity. If the answer to the question is whether liposuction can be avoided, we can say that liposuction is not a method of reducing weight.
Contrary to what is known, it is a method that is used more often in weak people. In some people, even if they lose weight because of their different regional fat distributions despite their weakness, they can never shrink localized fat tissues and cause unwanted protrusions in the body. The most suitable patient group for liposuction is the patient group with different local fat distributions.
Even after the unwanted protrusions are removed by liposuction, even if the patient gains weight, the fat cells do not proliferate, resulting in a balanced weight gain and these no longer come back. If you lose weight, you get back to liposuction status, which is the most effective method.
Although not a method of weight loss, overweight disease can be treated. However, if the amount of fat to be removed increases the safety limit is exceeded, the patient's life threatens to start a situation that no surgeon wants to encounter. For this reason, it should never be performed by other surgical branches other than plastic surgeons, and should be done in a full-fledged hospital where intensive care conditions occur if safety margin is exceeded
The concept of liposuction to be applied to superficial fat tissues was first introduced by Italian surgeons in 1989 and entered the literature due to the success of the applications. It was discussed that when the studies were combined with superficial liposuction with thinner cannulas and deep liposuction with better contouring of cellulites, a smoother surface was obtained.
Conventional liposuction is based on the technique of delivering fluid to the tissues and removing the fat tissues by conventional techniques. Today it has not lost its update and is still used frequently by aesthetic surgeons. Ultrasonic liposuction (VASER) is based on ultrasonic sound waves, which is based on the technique of disintegrating and vacuuming fat tissue and has become very popular today. The difference from classical liposuction is that it does not require the cannulas to move back and forth. LASER liposuction This technique, also called laser lipolysis, is a technique based on the principle of splitting of fatty tissues by laser energy. The technique that has recently begun to be implemented in aesthetic surgery has become increasingly popular.
It is the place where the fatty tissue is and the place where the protrusion is formed. Intensely abdominal thighs can be made to the arms in the inner and outer regions. If there is sagging in the abdominal region, it should be combined with abdominoplasty called abdominoplasty
After the operation, a special corset is worn for about 4 weeks and it is taken to the patient bed. It is discharged on the same day or after 1 day according to the situation. After 4-8 hours after the surgery, the patients are carried out with the foot removed. This will prevent negative situations, complications from occurring. Patients can return to their normal lives within 48 hours in 2-3 days. Excessive effort in this period should be avoided.
A special diet is not applied, but a balanced diet is recommended. Excessive calorie feed should be avoided. If a weight-loss diet is applied, it can be applied after 1 month of edema.
This technique, also called laser lipolysis, is a technique based on the principle of splitting of fat tissues by laser energy. The technique that has recently begun to be implemented in aesthetic surgery has become increasingly popular. As the laser is applied to the surface region, the deep recovery is faster. For this reason, the possibility of sagging at the bottom is lower than other liposuction varieties.