Are you fully satisfied with the contours of your body? Are there one or two regions that stubbornly refuse to slim down? Although you may maintain a healthy diet and exercise regularly, localized fatty deposits on your body can be resistant and remain unresponsive to your efforts.
Localized fat can occur for many reasons. Whether you have gained and lost weight, had children, or are genetically predisposed to a particular body shape, fat can collect in certain areas that makes it difficult for clothing to fit properly, and for you to feel fully confident in your natural shape.
When you feel as if you’ve exhausted all of your options, it’s time to consider liposculpture at Hestanbul. Liposculpture targets disproportionate fatty areas and reduces them in order to create a more appealing shape and help you feel more attractive and proud of your physique.
Liposculpture can work wonders for your body contour, but there are some limitations that may keep the procedure from producing optimal results. We recommend that you be within 30% of your ideal weight and have a greater amount of skin elasticity. Although liposculpture is capable of removing fat, it does not treat excess skin or cellulite. You may require additional body contouring techniques if you experience sagging skin that will not constrict once liposculpture is complete.
Scheduling a consultation with Our doctor will help you decide whether liposculpture is right for you. our doctor will evaluate the regions of fat you are interested in removing, as well as assess your skin elasticity to determine whether liposculpture is an appropriate treatment option.
Areas that respond well to liposculpture include:
In addition to the various regions where liposculpture is effective, the surgery can also be combined with other procedures to create a figure that aligns with your aesthetic goals. Liposculpture is often performed in conjunction with a tummy tuck, breast reduction, or facelift, and is considered essential when providing any enhancement to the contours of the body.
With the variety of plastic surgery options available, it can be overwhelming to choose the right procedure for your needs. Our doctors understands the challenges associated with achieving your personal aesthetic goals, and wants you to feel completely comfortable taking the next step toward cosmetic enhancement. He structures his consultations as a conversation focused on your desires and goals, encouraging you to ask questions and express any concerns about liposculpture or any other treatment you may receive. His goal is to help you make the right decision for you, and to alleviate any apprehension you may be feeling about the procedure.
Liposuction is performed using a hollow tube called a cannula, which Our doctor inserts into the fatty region, suctioning out the unwanted fat. Our doctors performs liposculpture in a minimally invasive manner to reduce scarring from the incisions associated with the procedure.
Swelling is the most common side effect after liposculpture, as well as fluid collection around the incisions. Our doctor will provide you with detailed recovery instructions that describe how to care for sites that may have been impacted by surgery. It is essential for you to follow his post-operative instructions carefully, in order to reduce or eliminate your chance of infection. He may suggest ways that you can manage pain and expedite the healing process so that you can enjoy your results sooner.
Once the swelling and fluid retention subside, you will begin to notice your slimmer, more toned appearance. Your results should be lasting as long as you maintain a stable weight, and continue living a healthy lifestyle. If you have additional concerns about your recovery process, you can schedule follow-up appointments with Our doctors, who can monitor your progress.
Before the procedure, discuss with your surgeon what to expect from the surgery. Your surgeon will review your medical history, and ask about any medical conditions you may have and any medications, supplements or herbs you may be taking.
Your surgeon will recommend that you stop taking certain medications, such as blood thinners or NSAIDs, at least three weeks prior to surgery. You may also need to get certain lab tests before your procedure.
If your procedure requires the removal of only a small amount of fat, the surgery may be done in an office setting. If a large amount of fat will be removed — or if you plan to have other procedures done at the same time — the surgery may take place in a hospital followed by an overnight stay. In either case, arrange for someone to drive you home and stay with you for at least the first night after the procedure.