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Information about our Liposuction surgery
What is Liposuction surgery?
Liposuction, also known as lipectomy or lipoplasty, is a procedure that improves the body’s contours and proportion by removing excess fat deposits to slim and reshape specific areas of the body. Common areas targeted include thighs, buttocks, abdomen, arms, neck and under the chin.

Liposuction is invasive surgery that aims to improve the body’s contours and proportion by removing localised and disproportional deposits of fat. Liposuction can remove up to 5 litres of fat with relative safety during one session. Depending on the number of areas that require treatment, repeated treatments may be necessary.

Specific techniques of liposuction include:
Suction Assisted Lipectomy (SAL)
where fat is removed from the body using a vacuum suction. SAL may be dry, wet or tumescent depending on the volume of saline (salt solution) which is injected into the operation site before the procedure begins
Ultrasonic Assisted Lipoplastry (UAL)
uses ultrasonic energy to liquefy the fat cells before SAL is used to remove the liquefied fat and to smooth the edges of the treated áreas
Mechanical Assisted Lipoplasty (MAL)
uses an oscillating shaver driven by a motor to shave the fat which is vacuumed away as used in the SAL and UAL methods

Why have Liposuction surgery?
Liposuction can help to correct and improve the contours of parts of the body it is difficult to shift weight from. The areas that are most commonly treated by liposuction are the tummy, hips, buttocks, thighs, knees, neck and upper arms. Liposuction can also be used to remove lipomas (non-cancerous tumours of fatty tissue) and fatty swellings that can develop under men’s nipples to look like breasts (gynaecomastia).

How is the procedure performed?
Liposuction is performed through small, inconspicuous incisions.
First, diluted local anaesthesia is infused to reduce bleeding and trauma. Then a thin hollow tube, or cannula, is inserted through the incisions to loosen excess fat using a controlled back and forth motion. The dislodged fat is then suctioned out of the body using a surgical vacuum or syringe attached to the cannula.

Quick facts table

Procedure Liposuction Surgery
Duration of the operation: Up to 3 hours
Stay: Minimum of 4 days in our recovery house
Anaesthesia: General anaesthetic
Recovery: Normally around a week to return to work
Exercise: Normally a minimum of 4 weeks after your operation
Pain: Post-operative pain should be mild to moderate but of course depends on the patient
Results timeframe: You will see an immediate improvement once swelling goes down.  The final result will be seen bup to 6 months post operation.
Popular Combinations: Breast Augmentation, Breast Reduction, Tummy Tuck, + any of our supplementary dental, Botox or filler treatments

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