Liposuction Surgery

Liposuction surgery is an elective cosmetic surgical procedure that removes unwanted fat from specified areas on the human body. These areas include the abdomen, buttocks, upper arms, chin, cheeks, neck, thighs, and hips. Although this procedure is commonly performed on women, it is also a viable solution for men struggling with stubborn fat areas on their body. Liposuction is not an alternative solution to losing weight through dieting and exercising, but rather a procedure that removes fat areas that are non-responsive to regular weight-loss methods. This surgical procedure also sculpts the body to a more natural form around these areas.

Ultrasound-assisted liposuction, or UAL for short, offers a breakthrough for liposuction surgery. Using ultrasound technology, this procedure delivers a much more precise approach, reducing recovery time for the patient and granting more desirable results. The results of this type of cosmetic procedure will always be dependent on the patient’s body. As mentioned before, liposuction is not a replacement for traditional weight-loss methods, but merely an assistive procedure to sculpt the body. Therefore, having realistic expectations about the results will be healthy for any candidate.

Keeping the human body in proportion is the most healthy thing to achieve through any type of cosmetic surgery. Liposuction surgery focuses on trimming the unnecessary fat from your body, resulting in slimmer, toned, and sculpted areas where stubborn fat deposits sat before. Therefore, the ideal candidate for liposuction surgery is a person who falls within their normal BMI, or body mass index. This index features recommended healthy weight levels depending on your body’s height. People who are within their BMI usually have firm and elastic skin, allowing a surgeon to remove pockets of excess fat from specified areas on their body with minimal risk.

Preparing for liposuction surgery requires your surgeon to stipulate specific guidelines for you to follow. These guidelines will cover eating and drinking patterns, smoking habits, vitamin intake, and specified medication use. It is recommended that smoking cigarettes should be avoided for at least 2 months before the procedure. This will result in shortened healing times and promote cellular healing afterwards. It will also grant a boost to your immune system before heading into surgery. This type of procedure is heavily dependent on the physical state of your body. Thus, it can be postponed when you develop a cold or an infection during the preparation time to optimise the surgery’s results and minimise the risks.

Centurion Cosmetic Clinic offers a selection of cosmetic surgical procedures for both men and women. Feel free to browse our website for detailed information on specific procedures, such as liposuction surgery, or contact us directly with any enquiries.