Am I a good candidate for LIPOSUCTION?
Liposuction is a surgical intervention to correct the uneven distribution of fats in your body. Liposuction is not a weight loss method. It only offers solutions to regional excess fat.
We can list the areas frequently preferred for liposuction as follows; Butt, abdomen and waist, inner and outer thighs, facing surfaces of knees, neck, inner and outer upper arms and breast area. Liposuction can often be applied to these areas, but is it applicable to everyone?
Is there a suitable candidate definition for this application? Liposuction can be applied to people who have tried diet and sports for a long time, but have never met the body they desire. It is also preferred that the person undergoing liposuction surgery has an elastic skin. In addition, skin is needed to be tight as post-operation sagging is not desired.
It is important that the patient undergoing liposuction does not have a systemic condition. They should not have diseases such as diabetes or blood pressure. It is not recommended for people having trouble with wound healing, as well. Negative results are encountered after the surgery in patients who are not suitable for Liposuction. For example; operated area may collapse after the surgery
Liposuction is an important operation that is not to be underestimated. Performing pre-operation procedures and tests is a must. Liposuction should certainly not be applied to people with sagging skin. It is also a very risky application for people with cardiovascular disorders.
In addition, since it is not a weight loss method, it is no longer applicable to patients in the obese group. There is a very different discipline for that. Because the amount of fat that we can remove with Liposuction is limited. However, liposuction is as normal and easy as any surgery when applied to healthy people.
If you meet these conditions, you should know that you are a good candidate for liposuction surgery! Now you can say “Goodbye!” to your stubborn fat that you cannot dispose from your body with diet and exercise.