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Fat Transfer


Liposuction is a surgical procedure to remove unwanted fatty tissue from the body. The surgery targets the fat accumulated in different parts of the body and removes the adipose tissue in order to achieve a more defined shape and contour. Liposuction is usually applied in areas such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, arms, back, sides and neck. Liposuction can be performed under general or local anesthesia. The surgeon makes small incisions on the skin and inserts a thin cannula (tube) through these incisions. The cannula removes excess adipose tissue by vacuuming. The liposuction procedure may vary depending on techniques and patient needs. Liposuction is not a solution for weight loss or obesity treatment. Instead, it is aimed at people who want to get rid of fat deposits in order to achieve a better body shape. The procedure gives better results in individuals who are fit and in good general health. The recovery process after liposuction may vary from person to person. Swelling, bruising and discomfort may be experienced for a few days after the surgery. The surgeon will usually recommend that you wear a special compression garment and limit your activity level. The full recovery process can take several weeks to several months. However, surgical interventions such as liposuction also have risks. There are potential risks such as infection, bleeding, subcutaneous tissue damage, and anesthesia-related complications. Therefore, if you are considering liposuction, it is important to consult an experienced plastic surgeon. Liposuction can be an effective option for suitable candidates who want to get rid of fat deposits and achieve a better body contour. However, it is important to consider that it is not suitable for everyone and the limitations of the procedure. In consultation with a plastic surgeon, you can evaluate whether the surgery is suitable for you and whether it will meet your expectations.