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Liposuction Surgery How to Shed That Extra Fat

 


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As more and more people work hard towards getting rid of the excess fat there are many surgical options available and one of them is liposuction.

A lot of people work hard to lose weight and mostly they turn to either exercise or dieting. Both definitely help in melting away the fat but there are some areas in the body where the excess fat is tough to shed . It is these areas where liposuction helps a lot . The basic liposuction procedure involves taking out the fat cells which cause the shape of the body to change. Without the help of liposuction burning of the fat requires excessive and disciplined exercising. Most people are not able to do that because of lack of time or because they are advised by the doctor not to do heavy exercises.

Liposuction will get rid of the excess bulges and fat handles all around the body. The popular misconception is that only the stomach area can be effectively reduced with liposuction. This is entirely wrong as liposuction can help reduce fat cells around the waist, abdomen, thighs, hips and back. In some cases it is also used to reduce the heavy breasts that some women have. Liposuction is usually done in multiple stages if the patient is grossly overweight.

For best results the skin of the patient has to be very elastic otherwise there is a danger that the skin will start sagging once the excess fat has been removed. Also your surgeon should be able to tell you what is possible based on your skin condition and your weight. Liposuction is done by making an incision and very small amounts of fat are removed along the line where the incision is made. Then to stop the bleeding a solution is injected in the area. That solution helps in fat extraction. The fat is removed by using a rounded metal object called the cannula. The surgeon will usually make sure that it does not hit the nerves and blood vessels. Based on this it becomes highly important that you select a very qualified surgeon to do the liposuction.

Nowadays there are non-surgical liposuction procedures available where the vibration is used to melt the fat away. So make sure that you know everything about liposuction and select the best liposuction surgeon in your area for that very important surgery. Make sure to improve your eating habits after liposuction is done to stay in shape.

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