General anesthesia

The duration of the operation

Depends on the number of regions

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Liposuction is an aesthetic procedure that allows the removal of excess fatty tissue from different areas of the body. The goal of liposuction is to improve body proportions and achieve the desired body shape.

The procedure is characterized by minimal, almost invisible scars and a permanent result. Liposuction is often combined with other aesthetic operations, such as abdominoplasty or breast reduction.

Liposuction can be performed in many different areas of the body, the most common are:

  • upper and lower abdomen,
  • hips,
  • inner sides of knees,
  • inner and outer thighs,
  • arms.

After the operation, special support clothes must be worn for 4-6 weeks. It is also important to avoid excessive physical exertion and exercise.

The results of liposuction are permanent because the fat cells are permanently removed. The body is given new aesthetically pleasing proportions. It increases self-confidence and quality of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

A good candidate is a person with a healthy lifestyle who has specific areas where adipose tissue does not respond to diet and exercise.

Liposuction is not a means of weight loss, but an intervention aimed at shaping the appearance of the body.

The amount of fat removed depends on the patient's overall health and specific goals, but there are safety limits.