Liposuction is a method of removing excess fat tissues in some parts of the body by vacuum method and obtaining smoother body lines. In this way, the fat in the areas where these stubborn fat accumulations are removed, the body is given a more proportional appearance. Contrary to popular belief, liposuction is not a weight loss surgery, it is a contour correction surgery.

The success of the surgery in liposuction depends on the elasticity of the patient’s skin, his weight and the determination of what he expects from the surgery. This surgery should not be seen as a miraculous weight loss method. While the volume of fat cells in the body decreases with exercises and strict diets, the number of fat cells does not decrease. In liposuction surgeries, the number of fat cells is reduced by removing the fat cells from the body.

Which areas are liposuction applied to?

Abdomen, waist, hips, hips, knees, ankles, arms, breast, face, jowl are the areas where fat can be removed by liposuction.

Who can have liposuction?

The most suitable patient group for liposuction surgery is the patients who have accumulated fat accumulation in some parts of the body (especially hips, hips, abdomen and waist regions) who are close to their ideal weight or slightly more than ideal, but cannot be removed with diet or exercises.

The fact that the patient has a tight and elastic skin structure and whether he smokes or not also affects the result.

Are permanent results obtained in liposuction?

If the patient maintains his weight, the result is permanent. In case of weight gain in the following periods, these regional excesses will not be at the same rate.

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