Many men and women struggle to get rid of stubborn areas of unwanted fat. Due to a combination of factors such as genetic predisposition and hormones, there are areas on the body where fat cells are deposited in greater numbers, and no amount of exercise or dieting can target these areas. Liposuction is designed to target these problem areas and can help to reshape the body.
Though basic liposuction information is provided on this website, the best way to get answers to specific questions about your needs is to schedule a free initial personal consultation with Dr Soliman who has spent years performing numerous liposuction procedures.
What areas can be treated?
Most areas where there is an accumulation of fat are suitable for the liposuction procedure.
Common areas include:
- Love Handles
- Saddle bags
- Double Chin
What is involved in the treatment?
Small incisions are made in the skin to insert a micro-cannula (small metal rod). A mixture of a diluted local anesthetic and adrenalin is infused into the fatty area to numb the area and constrict blood vessels allowing fat cells to be removed via a suction tube. It is a day surgery that does not require the use of general anaesthetic.
What are the risks?
There are risks associated with any type of surgical procedure. Swelling, bruising and infection at the incision site are just a few of the side effects that can occur immediately after a liposuction procedure. After effects can include a lumpy appearance of the area as the excess fluid is still working its way out of your system.
What is the cost?
The cost of the procedure varies, depending on the area needing to be treated, as well as the size of the area, the amount of fat to be removed and the amount of fluid to be infused. You can make an appointment for a complimentary consultation with Dr. Soliman who can assess you individually and determine your suitability for the procedure, and the cost.
Is it permanent?*
*Yes, we are born with a certain number of fat cells, when they are removed surgically, they cannot be produced again. But if you overeat and don’t exercise the remaining fat cells can expand. It is for this reason that liposuction is not a substitute for a healthy lifestyle, but instead a solution for targeting problem areas.
How much can I lose?
Fat does not weigh much therefore it is measured in mls and litres as opposed to kilograms. Liposuction is not a way to reduce overall weight. It changes the shape of your body. You can best tell how much you have changed through your clothes rather than scales.
To book a free initial consultation with Dr Soliman to determine if you are a suitable candidate for this procedure please contact (02) 8090 7890 or email on email@example.com
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