Liposuction, also known as fat removal, is one of the most preferred methods for people who have regional weight problems. This method, which provides a solution to get rid of excess fat, especially in cases where successful results cannot be achieved with traditional weight loss methods, it is among the most popular aesthetic operations performed to date.
Why is liposuction performed?
Liposuction is a surgical aesthetic procedure applied to body parts such as abdomen, waist, buttocks and hip where excess fat is a problem aiming to remove the fat and shape the body. For this reason, before the Liposuction, it should not be thought that the operation will remove all the weight, but only removes the fat that cannot be lost. In addition, liposuction does not allow the healing of cracks or cellulite on the body. There are different procedures for such problems. In addition, due to the elasticity of the skin, the likelihood of a successful outcome decreases as we age.
Advantages of Liposuction Procedure
Liposuction, which is successfully performed by our experienced and specialist physicians, helps shape the body and boosts self-confidence. Many people, who have tried various alternative methods to get rid of excess fat, feel much better when they look in the mirror and see a tight body. To ensure the results achieved through Liposuction stay permanent, a healthy lifestyle and diet should be maintained. Many people who want the physical change to be permanent after the surgery are able to achieve a better life quality and healthier lifestyle.
Who is suitable for liposuction? What are the risks?
Liposuction delivers very good results particularly on young skin as it has more elasticity. For younger patients the skin will tighten better than for older patients. Additional procedures such as stretching skin may be needed for those who don’t have skin elasticity. For this reason, a specialist should be consulted prior to the procedure. Although it is not a risky operation, not everyone is eligible for liposuction. Pregnant and breast-feeding women, individuals who have diabetes, coronary artery diseases, low immune systems and are under 18 years of age should not undergo this procedure.