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Liposuction Surgeries For Thighs

Posted Jul 27 2010 1:17am

As science is advancing rapidly today, almost everything is possible. For the new generation of doctors and patients, the word impossible does not exist in its literal meaning. A fat individual weighing 150 kilograms can look and enjoy all the privileges of being thin. The new trend is known as plastic surgery and is being done on heavy basis. Doctors in every part of the world conduct this kind of surgery with a very minimal fee as compared four years back. Liposuction is a branch of plastic surgery under which the fat is removed while giving the perfect figure.

About liposuction:

Liposuction may help in changing the shape of the human body but might not help in improving stretch marks or cellulite. With the help of liposuction, one can give a perfect shape to the thighs or any other part of the body that carries excessive fat. The surgery is normally performed by cutting the part of the skin that needs to undergo liposuction and then a thin metal tube called cannula is put in. The cannula is then stimulated about and all the fat is sucked out using a vacuum pump. For larger expands of skin, more than one cut is used to remove all the fatty acids. It is an overnight surgery but mostly depends on the patient. Also, the surgery takes time to recover. Liposuction can be performed at any age and of any gender.

Precautions after the surgery:

After the operation is successfully done, one might need to wear bandages for several weeks. The scars always remain where the surgery is performed. The results of the operation due to the swelling might take a long time to be display itself. The wounds of the surgery might take months to heal. The risk of being operated also has its own benefits. One can always reap the benefits of the surgery as long as all the other factors are been taken care of like the health of the patient and part of the body where the surgery is to be performed. Any doctor before performing the surgery will always explain the risks involved in it.

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