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Liposuction means removal of fat by surgery. In liposuction, the surgeon loosens and removes the fat from a specified area by using special instruments. Liposuction was first practiced in France in the late 1970s and since 1981, has been in practice in the United State and other parts of the world. It is the most commonly performed cosmetic surgery procedure in the world. Localised or generalised fat collection on hips, thighs, buttocks, abdomen, waist, back, cheek, jowls and neck, arms, upper torso, and other body areas can be reduced by this procedure.

Ideal Candidate

Liposuction is not a cure for obesity, neither it is a substitute for dieting. People with reasonably normal weight and healthy elastic skin, who want to get rid of extra localised fat in certain areas, reap the best results from this procedure. Healthy elastic skin has the capacity to shrink after the surgery. Though patients of any age may undergo liposuction, it is not usually done if the skin too loose in a particular area. One could have loose skin due to various reasons, such as losing lot of weight, loose skin in the abdomen after pregnancy, or loss of elasticity of skin due to old age. In such cases, in addition to Liposuction, some of the skin may also have to be removed and muscles need to be tightened to get a satisfactory body figure. The results of liposuction can be permanent, provided you eat sensibly and exercise regularly. Even if you gain weight, you will gain it more uniformly throughout your body and not in the former "bulges". In liposuction, and more so with tummy tuck, you not only lose weight but also inches. The waist line can be reduced by 410 inches, which would give your body better shape and proportion. The surgery affects the area between the skin and the muscle and nothing is touched inside the abdomen. So the procedure has no side effects and subsequently, you can have pregnancies, have normal conjugal life, and everything else as before.

Surgical Procedure

A small incision of about 34 mm is made (as in laparoscopy) a few inches away from the areas to be suctioned and suction cannulae (tube) are inserted. The incisions are usually made in the skin folds and their scars are hardly noticeable. On an average the body area consists of 6085 per cent fat and the remainder content would be plasma, blood and serum; but this can vary depending upon the areas to be treated.

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