|How Does Liposuction Work?|
by Kenneth M. Rose, M.D.
Liposuction removes unwanted fat from people who are at a healthy weight. It's a refining technique that can be used almost anywhere on the body. Most frequently, it's used to smooth out problem areas, such as the saddlebags on the outer thighs, love handles on the flanks or spare tire around the belly.
At the conclusion of the procedure, the surgeon places absorbable sutures into the wounds and applies a compression garment. The recovery time is usually rapid, comparatively speaking. Overall, most people may return to their daily routines in a few days, though it can take a few weeks to get completely back to normal.
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written by vimeo , June 03, 2014
I think people should know that the fat that will be removed using liposuction only subcutaneous fat a.k.a the fat under our skin. The dangerous one is the visceral fat where it can accumulate around the organs and cause all kinds of problems. insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes.
written by liz , February 05, 2014
Thank you for being honest about the advantages and disadvantage of liposuction. T see that it is not suitable for overweight person. And thank you for the reminder of safety tips.