Liposuction Secrets

Liposuction secrets

The Shape Shifter–Fabulous Liposuction & LipoSculpture

Be honest, do you suck in your stomach at times?

Do you have pesky pockets of fat that just won’t budge?

But breasts are also ‘pockets of fat’–we won’t be getting rid of those. But it’s the annoying pockets around our  midriff, bottom, thighs and lower back we want to rid ourselves of.

So how do so many manage to stay trim, taught and gorgeous?

Mostly they do it the old fashioned way, by sticking to a good healthy diet and exercise program. But others have acquired their tight thighs, flat tummies and ‘dollar-bouncing’ butts in a plastic surgeon’s office via Liposuction, even if they’re reluctant to admit it. [1]

People say, ‘You’re still breast-feeding, that’s so generous.’ Generous? No! It gives me boobs and it takes my thighs away! It’s sort of like natural liposuction. I’d carry on breast-feeding for the rest of my life if I could” Helena Bonham Carter.

FAQ: Realistic Liposuction Expectations

  1. Does liposuction produce permanent results?

Your new body’s shape is more or less permanent unless you gain weight.

The fat cells that are removed do not grow back. If stick to a healthy lifestyle, then the new more pleasing silhouette is permanent.

However, the usual changes in the shape of your body associated with the ageing process will continue. Nevertheless, the benefits of liposuction will always be apparent.

  1. How much weight can I lose by liposuction?

Liposuction is not for weight loss–it’s for removing stubborn pockets of fat and sculpting your body.

You should not expect to lose a dramatic amount of weight with liposuction. However, with good techniques and follow through, it should produce significant improvements in aesthetic appearance.

  1. Will the fat cells grow back after liposuction?

Liposuction removes fat cells permanently. The fat cells that are removed can never come back. However, if you gain a ‘significant amount of weight’, then new fats cell can develop.

Liposculpturing

Liposculpturing, however, is all about the benefits of safety, convenience, and speed. It is not as invasive as liposuction so your recovery period is shorter. All of the rewards make ‘liposculpture’ a very popular procedure for many men and women who want fat removed from certain areas of their body.

There are many types of Liposculpture and Liposuction techniques available that meet the highest safety standards, require minimal downtime, and give you excellent results.

  • Traditional Liposuction.
  • Power Assisted Liposuction.
  • Laser-Assisted Liposuction: Commonly referred to as SMART Lipo.
  • Ultrasound-Assisted Liposuction.
  • Microliposuction: A minimally invasive procedure that uses a smaller cannula to remove fat from hard-to-target areas.
  • WaterJet-Assisted Liposuction.
  • Radiofrequency-Assisted Liposuction.
  • Tumescent Technique: Large amounts of anaesthetic fluid are injected into the fatty areas for this technique.

Tumescent liposculpture refers to the use of tumescent fluid to distend and numb fat tissues prior to sculpting with liposuction and this technique has revolutionised fat reduction surgery.

General Liposuction Information

Prior to your procedure, the problem areas are carefully mapped, so your surgeon knows exactly what fat to remove and from where.

After the procedure you will have to wear compression garments for a few weeks to reduce swelling and aid in skin contraction. This helps to reduce any unevenness as well.

Some degree of discomfort, swelling, and bruising are to be expected but the final result is worth it.

Liposculpture does not require large incisions. In fact, liposculpture incisions are so tiny they close within a few days and do not leave scars.

Sydney’s Best Cosmetic Surgery Advice

Clarify Clinic operates Australia’s only independent cosmetic and plastic surgery consultancy with full-time staff in an office-based practice.

We are the largest and most successful independent consultancy in Australia, and pride ourselves in our independent research and dedication in ensuring people genuinely get the plastic surgery results they desire and deserve.

If you’d like to discuss options and choices for liposuction in Sydney,  simply click here to email me and I’ll get back in contact with you.

[1] Celebrities aren’t the only ones getting a sleeker look with surgery. Doctors perform an estimated 500,000 liposuction procedures in the United States each year, making it the most popular type of cosmetic surgery, according to the (American Society for Dermatologic Surgery, 2013).
 

By Kate Moreland

 

By Kate Moreland