Liposuction is a cosmetology or bariatric surgery for surgically changing the nature of fat deposition in a specific area (or several areas) of the body. Women usually turn to liposuction to remove fat deposits on the abdomen, waist, hips, buttocks, forearm, back, calves, knees, etc. Men in most cases want to remove fat deposits on the neck, chest, back, waist, abdomen and buttocks.

Complications of liposuction

At the same time, liposuction is undoubtedly the most dangerous of all aesthetic operations, as the development of infectious complications presents a real danger to life.

Postoperative period after liposuction

For the prevention of infectious complications in the preoperative and postoperative periods, when more than 500-700 ml of adipose tissue is removed, antibiotics are prescribed according to standard schemes.

Liposuction volume

Liposuction of small volume can be performed under local anesthesia and in outpatient settings. Liposuction of large volume requires hospitalization of the patient for 1-3 days.

Liposuction technique

The technique of liposuction involves the observance of certain rules and has its own peculiarities depending on the forms of fat deposits and their localization.

Indications for liposuction

The main indication for liposuction is the presence of local forms of obesity with a violation of the contours of the figure.

Adipose tissue: anatomy and metabolism

The location and architectonics of fat deposits depend on many factors (heredity, sex, age, average metabolic rate, etc.) and are characterized by ...

What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is an effective method of surgical correction of the shape contours and takes a special place in aesthetic surgery for the following reasons ...


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