Types of Liposuction

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If you are considering about going for a liposuction procedure, it is important to determine which liposuction type is best and suitable for your needs. The Hip, flanks and waist are some of the body areas where fat tend to be deposited, requiring liposuction to be done. Whilst huge hips are considered a turn-on for most women, deposition of fat may affect the desired shape. The aim of the procedure is to contour the above mentioned areas. Unfortunately, it is usually very difficult to shed the fat in the hips. Continue reading below to get familiar n the types of liposuction procedures offered at our practice in Sydney.

Liposuction of the Waist

Just to set the record clear, liposuction of the waist is different from that of the abdomen. The latter is mainly involved in toning the midsection, a sculpturing of some sort, commonly known as tummy tuck. On the other hand, liposuction of the waist is the most slender of both the trunk and the torso and aims at seeking and redefining more slender waistline. This region is usually tricky because some women have straight waistline like those of men and may not have any fat deposits. 

In such a case, liposuction may not help alter anything especially if it is in your genes. In some cases, the back of the waistline may have to be given a lot of thought since the waistline aesthetic in the waist is incomplete with some fat lying on your back-even if you manage to remove fat on the sides. Anatomically speaking, women tend to accumulate fat on the back slightly above the waistline. One notable hindrance to achieving the desired waistline is the fact that lies beneath the muscle, next to the organs, commonly known as visceral fat.

Waist liposuction can be successfully done in a variety of methods either Laser-assisted liposuction, Ultrasound-assisted liposuction and also the tumescent liposuction method. These 3 types of liposuction techniques can give great results if performed by a qualified liposuction specialist. Arrange a private consultation with our experienced liposuction surgeon in Sydney to discover more about waist liposuction.

Flanks Liposuction 

Flanks refer to the area above the belt line on either sides of the back. This is usually common in both men and women-succinctly defined as the area immediately below the bra in women. A local anesthesia is administered and breathing tubes to aid you in breathing as you get rolled over during the procedure. The reason why this liposuction is necessary is because upper clothes like bra or shirts fail to fit due to deposition of the fat. If the procedure is properly done, then there should be enough room for both pants, thereby enabling you to achieve a slender appearance. Get that love handles removed to have a beautiful well-sculptured flanks liposuction results when you visit our liposuction clinic in Sydney.

Affordable liposuction in SydneyPost-operative Complications

Liposuction usually is incident-free but in some cases, complications come about. You may suffer from infection which can be treated with antibiotics. The surgeon may also use drainage method to treat the infection. An infection may require you to spend some more days in hospital. Liposuction patient are usually encouraged to walk around after the surgery to encourage blood flow and reduce chances of blood clotting. If you are interested to have liposuction done, it is important to contact a qualified liposuction surgeon for assistance and proper advice. Get in touch with our liposuction expert today.

In some other cases, the areas with incisions may take time to heal, not to mention the conspicuous scars that may require another operation. You should expect to lose the sense of feeling in the areas operated on. This loss of sensation may persist for as long as a year .Smokers may be at higher risk of developing complications such as prolonged healing among others. Others in this category include those patients with diabetes, lung and heart complications as well as those who had surgery in the areas to be operated on in the recent past.