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What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is the procedure of removing extra fat from the body. It is also known as lipoplasty, liposculpture suction, lipectomy, or lipo. It is a type of cosmetic surgery rather than a weight-loss treatment. Liposuction breaks up the fat around the thighs, hips, buttocks, abdomen, arms, neck, or back and improves body contour. It should not be considered as a weight-loss procedure which means this is not an option to lose weight. People who are unable to get rid of fat through diet and exercise should consider undergoing liposuction.

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    Overview of Liposuction

    Treatment of Liposuction


    There are various liposuction techniques that the doctors can employ during the procedure.

    • Tumescent liposuction- In this technique, the doctor first pumps saline solution with some chemicals below the fatty area to be reduced.
    • Dry liposuction- The doctor simply suctions out the fat without any injecting any fluids.
    • Ultrasound-assisted liposuction- After making the incisions, the cannula is energized with ultrasound that helps to break down the fat. This method makes it easier for the fat to suction out.
    • Power-assisted liposuction- With the help of a specialized cannula, the surgeon drains excess fat from the body.
    • Laser-Assisted Lipolysis- Through the cannula, a small tube is inserted through which laser energy is emitted. This heats the fat under the skin and removes fat easily.
    • VASER technique- The VASER or the Vibration Amplification of Sound Energy at Resonance technique relies on the ultrasound waves to break the stubborn fat cells.


    The procedure starts with the administration of anesthesia- local or general through an intravenous channel. Once the patient is sedated, the doctor makes small incisions that are almost unnoticeable. Through these incisions, the doctor inserts a cannula which is a hollow tube in a to and fro motion to loosen the fat. Once the fat loosens, with the help of a surgical vacuum or syringe the fat is suctioned out of the body.

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    Surgicare is COVID-19 safe

    our safety is taken care of by thermal screening, social distancing, sanitized clinics and hospital rooms, sterilized surgical equipment and mandatory PPE kits during surgery.

    Post Surgery Care

    We offer free follow-up consultations and instructions including dietary tips as well as exercises to every patient to ensure they have a smooth recovery to their daily routines.

    Medical Expertise With Technology

    Our surgeons spend a lot of time with you to diagnose your condition. You are assisted in all pre-surgery medical diagnostics. Our procedures are according to the norms of NABH.

    Assisted Surgery Experience

    A dedicated Medical Coordinator assists you throughout the surgery journey from insurance paperwork, to free commute from home to hospital & back and admission-discharge process at the hospital.

    Liposuction | Before and After Photos

    Frequently   Asked Questions

    Once the liposuction is complete if the patient continues their previous lifestyle habits, the fat can grow back. Follow special instructions provided after discharge in order to ensure that that fat doesn’t come back.

    Liposuction is similar to any other surgery which means it carries risks and complications similar to any other surgical procedure.

    Some of the common body areas where liposuction is performed are:

    • Double chin
    • Back of the neck
    • Female breasts
    • Male breasts
    • Bra strap area
    • Abdomen
    • Love handles

    Less common areas where liposuction is performed include inner things, upper back, and the ankles.


    The recovery time after liposuction will be based on the amount of fat that is removed, the target area of the surgery and the number of areas that are being treated in the procedure.

    Facts on Liposuction

    1. Liposuction is one of the most common surgical procedures that doctors perform around the globe.
    2. Liposuction is not a weight-loss procedure.
    3. Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that is common both in men and women. However, it is more common among women.

    What are the benefits of liposuction?

    Read MoreIn addition to enhancing the appearance of the body, liposuction can also treat several medical conditions. These are described below-
    1. Gynecomastia- It is the medical condition in which men develop enlarged breasts or the nipples become puffy due to a change in hormone levels.
    2. Lymphedema-This is a chronic condition in which there is a collection of lymph leading to edema. Lymphedema main occurs in the arms or legs. To reduce swelling and other associated symptoms, doctors prescribe undergoing liposuction.
    3. Lipomas- In this disease, the patient develops fatty tumors that are not cancerous in nature.
    4. Lipodystrophy syndrome- People with this syndrome have irregular body shape due to fat accumulation in only one part of the body. With liposuction, the body can have a more natural appearance as the fat is distributed evenly.
    5. Obese people who are prone to developing fatal conditions should consider undergoing liposuction to reach 40 percent of their Body Mass Index or BMI.

    Who is an ideal candidate for liposuction?

    The ideal candidates of Liposuction include:
    • People who maintain 30% of their ideal body weight.
    • Adults whose skin elasticity is good which means their muscles are firm and toned.
    • People who maintain a healthy lifestyle and are within their normal weight.
    • People who expect realistic results from the surgery.
    • People who are ready to follow a healthy lifestyle even after the surgery to achieve the desired goals they have in their mind.
    • Adults who neither smoke nor take drugs.
    • Someone who is not suffering from any health conditions that can interfere with the recovery or cause severe side effects.
    • People who are not satisfied with the results of ayurvedic, allopathic, and non-surgical treatment for losing fat.

    How to choose a good liposuction clinic?

    A crucial step before undergoing the procedure is finding the right clinic. Remember, you have to bear the consequences of liposuction forever as the results are permanent. Hence, getting treated from the right clinic housing the most suitable doctor should be of primary focus.
    • Check the website thoroughly for the services and corresponding offers they provide.
    • Go through the doctor’s profiles meticulously to check their experience, specialization and qualifications.
    • Lookup for genuine patient testimonials who got treated by the doctor and clinic.
    • Inquire about the equipment installed in their world-class clinics.
    • Talk to the clinic staff including nurses to see their behaviour.
    • Consider the number of services provided under that cost.
    • Look for the before and after photos for the liposuction procedure.

    Questions to ask before liposuction surgery

    A couple of times, it becomes difficult for a patient to ask the right questions before the liposuction procedure. Here are some common questions to ask your doctor during the consultation-
    1. Do you possess the necessary certification required to perform liposuction?
    2. How long have you been successfully performing liposuction?
    3. Can you show me the before and after photos of other liposuction patients?
    4. How long does it take to completely recover from liposuction?
    5. What kind of results should I expect after the procedure?
    6. Are the equipment up-to-date?
    7. How much does the entire procedure cost? What are the different financing options available at your clinic?
    8. Do you provide additional instructions to follow after the procedure that guarantees the best results?
    9. Is a follow-up consultation required after liposuction?
    10. Are there any additional benefits that you provide under the quoted cost?
    11. Are there any hospital privileges provided during this procedure? If yes, then at which hospitals?
    12. Is the clinic accredited by a national or state-recognized accrediting agency?
    13. What happens if I am not satisfied with the results of the liposuction procedure?

    How to prepare for liposuction?

    Preparation is an integral part of liposuction that often patients fail to follow properly. Here are some preparatory steps to take before the liposuction procedure.
    • Get medically evaluated and complete all diagnostic tests.
    • Adjust or stop taking certain medicines as per doctor’s instructions.
    • Quit smoking or consuming alcohol.
    • Make arrangements to take you to the hospital and back home on the day of surgery.
    • Stop taking aspirin, any herbal supplements, and anti-inflammatory drugs.

    Procedure of liposuction

    Here is a step-by-step procedure of liposuction- Step 1- Sedating the patient To begin the surgery, the patient is either given general or local anesthesia to make sure there is no pain or discomfort. Step 2- Making small incisions The doctor starts with the surgery by making several small incisions. Through this, a mixture of saline solution and an anesthetic is injected into the fatty area. Step 3- Inserting the probes Depending on the type of technique the person has decided to undergo for liposuction, the doctor takes the following step. Step 4-Breaking the fat cells The fat cells break due to heat or movement or the saline solution, depending on the type, into a liquid form. Step 5- Sucking out the fat and stitching the incisions With the help of tubes or another cannula, the doctor sucks out the excessive fat. It is finished by closing the incisions with sutures or dissolvable glue.

    What are the risks of liposuction?

    Liposuction is major surgery. Similar to any other surgical procedure, it can cause some side effects and complications. Here are some common risks to look out for-
    • Reaction to anesthesia
    • Bruising
    • Infection
    • Accumulation of fluid
    • Numbness of the treated area
    • Change in skin sensation
    • Deep vein thrombosis
    • Damage to other structures such as nerves, blood vessels, muscles, lungs and abdominal organs
    • Swelling that doesn’t subside
    • Poor healing of the wound
    • Looseness of skin or worsening of cellulite
    • Uneven, wavy or bumpy skin due to poor skin elasticity
    • Burn or thermal injury due to the cannula movement
    • Pulmonary edema
    • Pulmonary embolism
    • Kidney or cardio problems

    How to recover after liposuction?

    Generally, patients can resume their daily life on the second day of recovery. However, it is better to take proper rest for a week and then get back to work. The complete recovery takes around 4 weeks. In some cases, it can take more. In order to reap the complete benefits of liposuctions, it is important to be very careful during the entire recovery period of 21 days. Follow the below-mentioned recovery tips to ensure that the recovery is absolutely complication-free and the aesthetic appearance of the chest is as desired as you want:
    • For the 21 days of the recovery period, do not perform any kind of vigorous exercise or physical activity.
    • Do not forget to visit the doctor for a follow-up consultation without fail.
    • With proper consultation, avoid taking part in any contact sports.
    • Eat a diet that is nutritious but light. This is to prevent constipation and eventually, excessive straining during a bowel movement.
    • Prevent dehydration of the body at any cost. So, regularly sip on some fluid such as soup, water, broths, etc.
    • Rest for at least 8-9 hours so that the body can help the wounds fast.
    • In the initial 2 weeks of the recovery, sleep with the head elevated at a 45-degree angle by putting some extra pillows under the head.
    • It is common to have the urge of itching around the wounds. But remember to control it.
    • Make sure that you wear the compression garment 24×7 for 21days to speed up recovery and get the desired results.
    • Remove the compression garment only if the doctor asks you to do so.
    • Do not rub or massage the wound area and the surrounding region until the doctor confirms that it is okay to do so.
    • In the first 24 hours of the recovery, make sure you are extremely careful while moving or bending. In case of pain or discomfort, apply a cold compress.
    • Tight-fitting clothes can be extremely uncomfortable to wear. Hence, wear loose-fitting cotton clothes with buttons on the front.
    • Resume taking any dietary supplements or protein shakes only after proper consultation with the doctor.

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    All humans deserve equal treatment but everyone cannot afford costly treatments at multispeciality or super-specialty hospitals.

    In India, many people don’t even have mediclaim to deal with medical emergencies. Also, there is a lack of experienced professionals to consult for a second opinion in case of surgery. Surgicare & ICU is built keeping in view the above points. It offers surgery and post-surgery critical care.

    Surgicare & ICU Hospital is well equipped for all kinds of surgeries and offers one of the best ICU teams of Vadodara to take care of critical patients. It offers help to all those patients who do not have mediclaim but need treatments. Surgicare & ICU offers the opportunity for second opinions.

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