Fat removal surgery
There are various reasons you might opt for cosmetic surgery, from fine-tuning the look of a specific body part to enhancing your features. In general, cosmetic surgeries are elective surgeries, and are often expensive and carry certain risks. That’s why it’s extremely important to weigh the benefits and risks (and have a lengthy discussion with a surgeon) before making a decision. Speaking of surgeons, make sure you seek the services of a skilled, experienced, Board-certified surgeon.
If getting rid of diet- and exercise-resistant fat is your goal, you may be interested in liposuction — a form of fat removal surgery. Liposuction is quite popular among many people seeking cosmetic enhancement. Traditional liposuction surgery is somewhat invasive, and involves making large incisions on the target area. However, today most liposuction procedures use a laser, which heats the fat deposits and melts the fat cells. The fat is then removed using smaller suction tubes. With laser liposuction, the surgeon can make a smaller incision. Hence, healing takes place faster.
Belly fat removal surgery through liposuction is becoming a common cosmetic procedure. In general, fat deposits in the abdominal area can be very resistant to exercise and weight loss. If you’ve grown frustrated with these seemingly unmovable fat deposits, then stomach fat removal surgery can be a good option. People also seek liposuction on other areas of the body such as the hips, buttocks, thighs and even the neck and face. Liposuction can also be used to treat gynecomastia, or enlargement of male breast tissue.
In terms of pricing, fat removal surgery cost can be quite high, and varies from one country to another. Costs also vary depending upon the qualification and skill of the surgeon and the charges of the clinical facility.
Liposuction is considered to be safe. However, it is a surgical procedure, which means that it carries some amount of risk. Complications that may arise out of fat removal surgery include infection, slow healing, allergic reactions to anesthesia, fluid buildup, skin or nerve damage, and blood clots. Also, whenever fat is removed, it can cause dents and dimpling in the skin. Severe complications are quite rare but should be taken into account when making your decision. Serious complications include excessive bleeding, internal blood clots, cardiac arrest, drug interactions, and seizures.