Çağrı Sade, MD
An Effective Solution to Achieve the Ideal Silhouette
Today, many people want to feel better and improve their appearance. While it is important to adopt a healthy lifestyle, exercise, and eat healthy, sometimes it can be difficult to deal with unwanted fat deposits in certain parts of the body. Liposuction offers an effective solution in this situation. Liposuction is a surgical procedure used to remove excess fatty tissue from various parts of the body. In this article, we will discuss how liposuction is performed, its suitability for candidates, its advantages and expectations.
Liposuction is a procedure performed by a plastic surgeon. During the procedure, a thin cannula is inserted through small incisions on the skin. The cannula gently sucks and removes excess adipose tissue using vacuum power. This process can help reduce unwanted fat accumulated in areas such as waist, abdomen, hips, thighs, upper arms.
Liposuction is not a method to lose weight. It is generally preferred for people with localized fat accumulation in certain parts of the body. Ideal candidates are those who are in good general health, maintain a stable weight, and are willing to stick to a regular lifestyle after surgery. A detailed assessment is important when deciding with your surgeon which parts of your body to undergo liposuction.
First, it offers fast results. After surgery, you can have a more shaped body contour and get rid of unwanted fat deposits. Also, liposuction often provides permanent results. As long as you maintain your ideal weight, fat accumulation does not recur in the treated areas. However, it is also important that liposuction provides motivation. Feeling better after surgery and healthy habits to your lifestyle
Recovery ; After liposuction surgery, patients usually have a quick recovery period. However, each individual's recovery process can be different, so it's important to pay attention to your surgeon's recommendations and instructions. Here is a generally expected recovery process:
First days: In the first days after surgery, slight swelling, bruising and discomfort are normal. You can reduce discomfort by regularly using pain relievers recommended by your surgeon. In the first days, it is important to rest, pay attention to your lying position and protect the bandages given by your surgeon.
First week: Swelling and bruises begin to decrease during the first week. You can start light activities during this period, but you should avoid heavy exercises and excessive physical activities. It is also important to clean and dress the surgical site as directed by your surgeon.
First few weeks: Improvement continues during the first few weeks. Swelling and bruises decrease over time. It is important to regularly go to the follow-up checks specified by your surgeon, to monitor your healing process and to get the necessary instructions.
Healing completion: Generally, a full recovery can take several months. During the healing process, the swelling in the surgical area completely disappears and your results become more obvious. During this time, it is important to protect the surgical site by following your surgeon's instructions.
Remember, each individual's healing process can be different. Following your surgeon's instructions is important to support your healing process and achieve the best results. It's also important to stay in touch with your surgeon and not hesitate to ask questions throughout the healing process.
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