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Liposuction, which has been used in plastic surgery since the 1970s, is a method of removing the fat collected in certain areas of the body using thin cannulas with the help of vacuum. This process is particularly applicable in areas such as the belly, hips, legs, knees, waist, back, ankles, arms and under the chin.

Liposuction is not a slimming method. With this process, these regions are thinned and their proportion with other regions is balanced.

The operation can be performed under sedation + local anesthesia or under general anesthesia by anesthetizing the area to be fat removed. The procedure begins by making incisions of 3-4 mm wide, into which the cannulas will enter. Then the determined amount of fat is withdrawn from the area. In the post-operative period, elastic corsets are worn on the operated area to make the skin smoother. It is recommended to wear these corsets for an average of 2-3 weeks.
After liposuction procedures, the patient is usually sent home within a few hours and can return to work and daily activities within a day or two.

Mild pain that may occur after surgery can be controlled with painkillers. After liposuction, edema and bruises will occur in the areas where fat is removed. It takes 3-4 weeks for the bruises to go away, and 6-8 weeks for the swelling to completely subside and the final result to appear.

The most important complication in liposuction is fluctuations (ondulation) and the formation of some dented points in the area where the fat is removed. This is due to excess or irregular fat intake. In addition, this situation may occur in people who do not have good skin elasticity. The aim in liposuction is not to remove too much fat, but to take the appropriate amount of fat. Sufficient amount of fat should be taken without creating irregularities and depressions by aspirating fat with as thin cannulas as possible. Although a problem in a large area can be solved with very small, hidden incisions, many patients look at liposuction with concern because of the catastrophic cases made by non-plastic surgeons who are enthusiastic about this work. The risk of "Fat Embolism" increases this concern. A plastic surgeon working with an anesthesia team experienced in liposuction is the person you should contact.

Last Update : 04/04/2023