What is liposuction?
Also known as liposculpture, liposuction is a surgical technique employed to remove deposits of fat from specific areas of the body, including cheeks and neck, arms and breasts, abdomen, buttocks, hips and thighs, and knees and ankles. Liposuction is not a substitute for weight loss, but a method to remove localized deposits of fat that do not respond to diet or exercise.
Who is candidate for liposuction?
Not everyone is a good candidate for liposuction. It is not a good alternative to dieting or exercising. To be a good candidate, one must usually be over 18 and in good general health, have an ongoing diet and exercise regimen, and have fatty pockets of tissue available in certain body areas. Significant disease limiting risk (e.g. Diabetes, any infection, heart or circulation problems) weigh against the eligibility of a person for the procedure. In older people, the skin is usually less elastic, limiting the ability of the skin to readily tighten around the new shape. Liposuction of the abdominal fat should not be combined with simultaneous tummy tuck procedures due to higher risk of complications and mortality. Laws in Florida prevent practitioners combining liposuction of the upper abdomen and simultaneous abdominoplasty because of higher risks.
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