Liposuction is a surgical procedure that uses a suction technique to absorb fat from certain areas of the body, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms or neck. Liposuction also shapes (contours) these areas. Other names for liposuction are lipoplasty and body contouring.

Liposuction is not typically considered a general weight loss method or weight loss alternative. If you are overweight, you are more likely to lose weight through diet and exercise or through bariatric procedures such as gastric bypass surgery than with liposuction.

If you have a lot of body fat at certain points but otherwise have a stable body weight, you may be a candidate for liposuction.

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Why Should We Have Liposuction?

    • Abdomen, Upper arms, hips, Calves and ankles, Chest and back, Hips and thighs, Chin and neck

    In addition, liposuction can sometimes be used for breast reduction or gynecomastia treatment.

    When you gain weight, the size and volume of fat cells increase. In contrast, liposuction reduces the number of fat cells in a particular area. The amount of fat removed depends on the appearance of the area and the fat volume. The resulting contour changes are usually permanent – ​​as long as your weight remains stable.

    After liposuction, the skin is shaped according to the new contours of the treated areas. If you have a good skin tone and elasticity, the skin is likely to look smooth. If your skin is weak and has poor elasticity, the skin in the treated areas may appear loose.


After liposuction, swelling typically decreases within a few weeks. By this time, the treated area should appear less bulky. Within a few months, expect the treated area to have a thinner appearance. It’s natural for the skin to lose some firmness with aging, but the results of liposuction are usually long-lasting as long as you maintain your weight. If you gain weight after liposuction, your fat distribution may change. For example, fat can accumulate around the abdomen, regardless of which areas were initially treated. Swelling after liposuction usually subsides within a few weeks. By this time, the treated area should appear less bulky. Within a few months, expect the treated area to have a thinner appearance.

After Surgery

Expect some pain, swelling, and bruising after the procedure. Your surgeon may prescribe medication to control pain and antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection. After the procedure, the surgeon may leave your incisions open and place temporary drains to promote fluid drainage. You’ll usually need to wear tight compression garments that help reduce swelling for several weeks. You may need to wait a few days before returning to work and a few weeks before resuming your normal activities, including exercise.

Process:Liposuction Surgery
Time:2-3 Hours
Anesthesia:General Anesthesia
Hospital:European Approved Hospitals
Recovery Time:1-2 Week
Expected Result:Removal of fatty tissue deposits that cannot be removed by exercise or diet.

Frequently Asked Questions

As with all surgical procedures, there are some risks associated with each of the above mentioned liposuction. During your consultation, your surgeon will be able to fully plan all the risks for the type of liposuction you choose.

However, generally speaking, liposuction is considered a safe procedure and you will rarely encounter serious complications if you follow your post-operative instructions closely.

Since the fat cells in the body cannot break down and multiply after the operation, no sagging or lubrication is observed.