A method for rapid remodeling body.
There is almost no part of the body where liposuction cannot be done. However, the amount of fat that can be removed (about 5 kg) is limited. Liposuction is the method of choice for body parts where, despite persistent diets and exercise, fat deposits do not decrease (upper arms, back, hips, buttocks, bits and lower legs).
The operation is performed through small incisions (about 2mm) through which thin cannulas under the skin enter the lamellar layer of adipose tissue. The cannulas permanently damage the walls of the fat cells so that the fat drains and the fat cells dry.
If smaller regions (hips, knees, etc.) are performed, the surgery is performed under local anesthesia, which is very comfortable for the patient, has no pain, and can leave the hospital a few hours after surgery.
For liposuction of larger regions of the body, general anesthesia is applied. Immediately after surgery, a corset is worn to prevent swelling and reduce bruising.
Home treatment is given on the second or third day. After surgery, it is important to take sufficient amounts of fluid and take light walks.
The results are immediately visible and lasting.