Liposuction, also called “lipoplasty,” is a cosmetic surgery that removes unwanted fat deposits from almost any body part. The goal of Liposuction in Lahore is to reshape and resize the body to make it look better.
Compared to other ways to shape the body, liposuction is less invasive. It helps from stubborn fat in problem areas like:
- The abdomen and waist
- Parts of the face and neck, like the
- The chest area
- The bottom and the thighs
- Inner knee
- Upper arms
Some cosmetic surgeries, like facelifts, neck lifts, breast reductions, and abdominoplasty, can improve by adding liposuction. Liposuction in Lahore should not be a way to lose weight or replace a healthy diet and regular exercise.
Candidates Who Need Liposuction
People who are good candidates for liposuction in Lahore are usually in good health, don’t smoke, and are worried about localized fat deposits that haven’t gone away with diet and exercise. Candidates should be within 30% of their ideal weight and have stable consequences, firm, elastic skin, and good muscle tone. People thinking about getting liposuction should have realistic goals for the procedure.
The Process Of Liposuction
The treatment of Liposuction in Lahore starts either with a general anesthetic or with a local anesthetic and intravenous sedation.
The liposuction cannula passes into the body through a series of tiny cuts between 3 and 4 millimeters. Usually, there are two or three cuts per treatment area.
- First, a diluted local anesthetic solution is injected into the access wounds to lessen the chance of more damage and pain after surgery.
- A thin, hollow tube called a cannula is inserted through these holes and used in a controlled back-and-forth motion to break up the fat.
- Once the fat loses, a cannula uses to pull it out of the body.
During your appointment for Liposuction in Lahore, Dr. Atta Ul Haq will look at the parts of your body you want to change, think about your aesthetic goals, and let you know if liposuction is the best choice for you. During your preoperative appointment, Dr. Atta Ul Haq will complete a medical checkup at his clinic to see if you are healthy enough to undergo surgery. He will also change that list since you may need to stop taking some drugs for a while before surgery.
Smoking patients will stop for four weeks before surgery and at least two weeks afterward. This is because smoking is linked to wounds that heal slowly or not at all, wounds that open up, wound infections, and more scarring.
One to two weeks before surgery of Liposuction in Lahore, the patient will also have a standard EKG and blood test. After looking at the results of your tests, you may get more ideas.
Recovery from Liposuction
Liposuction recovery time depends on what part of the body goes under the procedure, how much fat removes, and how long the treatment time requires. After surgery of Liposuction in Lahore, you might have some pain, swelling, and bruises. You will receive a painkiller to help you deal with the pain.
At the end of your surgery, your doctor will put a compression garment (or an elastic bandage) over your dressings to help reduce swelling and keep your skin close to the reshaped area. After surgery, you’ll be able to see some early results pretty quickly. Still, it will take between 6 and 12 months for the swelling to go down and the final results to become apparent.
Most people return to work after liposuction, which may depend on the procedure’s length. After surgery, patients prescribe to get up and walk right away. The edema can decrease between 7 and 10 days after surgery. Some swelling may still be there for up to 6 months. After two weeks, you can start doing light activities, and after four to six weeks, you can do whatever you want.
Before you leave our clinic after Liposuction in Lahore, we’ll tell you how to take care of your injuries. Follow these rules to make your scars less noticeable and get the best results possible. Keep the dressings on until your first post-op appointment with Dr. Atta Ul Haq, when he will look at the wounds and change them if necessary.
Any surgery has a chance of something going wrong, and liposuction is no different. Problems during and after surgery of Liposuction in Lahore may be more likely if you smoke, have diabetes, peripheral artery disease (poor circulation), or have heart, lung, or liver disease.
Problems and risks that come with liposuction include:
- Worries about getting anesthesia
- The way your skin feels has changed.
- Breaking down of basic structures (such as nerves, blood vessels, muscles, lungs, and abdominal organs)
- Problems with the heart or lungs, such as deep vein thrombosis
- The buildup of fluids (seroma)
- Blood that clots
- There are problems with the shape.
- Scars that aren’t what you want
- Effects that are bad for wound healing
- Pigmentation Disparities
- Pain that doesn’t go away after surgery
- Constant swelling
- The bad result from an aesthetic point of view
- Possible Requirement for Future Surgery
- Ultrasound-assisted liposuction may cause a thermal burn or damage from heat
Before asking for your permission to do surgery of Liposuction in Lahore, Dr. Atta Ul Haq will talk to you about these risks (and possibly more) and answer any questions you may have.