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Liposuction is a minimally invasive treatment that permanently reduces fat and fat cells from a wide range of areas of the body. This involves the immediate reduction of fat, not only fat, but also fat cells, so that fat does not grow back . Nowadays, advanced medical technologies in Iran make it possible to easily remove fat deposits in people who are looking for a healthier body. Liposuction, which refers to any type of fat removal method including liposuction, liposuction and lipolysis, is a quick solution for you who want to get rid of unwanted fat in a short time.

Liposculpture in Iran: The fact you need to know

In plastic, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, liposuction is a procedure performed to remove fat deposits between the skin and muscles. The purpose of this operation is to permanently redesign the body contour. This operation is performed on different areas of the body, including the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, arms and ankles .

Liposuction is usually performed under general anesthesia. However, another option is non-surgical or non-invasive liposuction that does not require anesthesia or in some cases requires only local anesthesia .

how is perform Liposculpture surgery?

We offer liposculpture as a local anaesthetic procedure using Tumescent anaesthesia. Relatively comfortable, Tumescent anaesthesia is done with mild sedation whilst you are awake, conversing and talking to the surgeon whilst the procedure is being done. The procedure is all complete in approximately 60 to 90 minutes. It involves only minor 1mm insertion points in a few areas of the skin which usually heal very well. By using a 1mm in diameter micro-cannula, we are not only able to do it with minimal trauma, this also allows for fine detailed liposculpture allowing maximum fat and fat cell destruction, resulting in much more even and smoother fat removal with less uneven pockets or collections of fat. This is what is commonly found with a lot of liposuction using larger cannulas which is the more common procedure.

What areas can be treated?

Areas that can be treated with liposculpture include the full abdomen, the flanks/ love handles, back fat, the upper legs, inner and outer thighs and buttock area, male and female breasts, upper arms and indeed under the chin, neck and jowls. We are limited to remove not more than 6 litres of fat in one procedure. We obviously only treat areas where there are significant collections or pockets of fat where it can be removed. Side effects in everyone include bruising and some soreness for several days or up to a week and some of the skin marks can take months to fade but as they are only 1mm they usually heal very well .

Preparation for liposculpture

If the patient is in good health, he/she does not need to undergo medical investigations before the liposculpture. If however the patient has a bleeding tendency, they will have to undergo medical investigations before liposculpture, to include heart rate and blood pressure measurements, and possibly blood tests. The surgeon may recommend that the patient not take any anticoagulant medication for at least 10 days before the intervention. In addition, the specialist determines the most appropriate compression garment for the patient to wear after liposculpture .

Is Liposuction Safe?

Tumescent liposculpture has always been considered the safest form of body sculpting procedures and there have been no recorded major complications associated with this form of treatment. This is different to the more major surgical procedure involving general anaesthesia where there have been reported problems. Side effects in everyone include bruising and soreness for several days or up to a week and some of the skin marks can take months to fade but as they are only 1mm they usually heal very well. The procedure is done by Dr Michael Rich, an eminent surgical liposculpture expert and cosmetic dermatologist who has been practising this for over 20 years. He has an excellent record of success including even reduction of fat using this excellent technique in fine micro-sculpture including skin tightening .

Preparation for liposculpture

If the patient is in good health, he/she does not need to undergo medical investigations before the liposculpture. If however the patient has a bleeding tendency, they will have to undergo medical investigations before liposculpture, to include heart rate and blood pressure measurements, and possibly blood tests. The surgeon may recommend that the patient not take any anticoagulant medication for at least 10 days before the intervention. In addition, the specialist determines the most appropriate compression garment for the patient to wear after liposculpture .

Treatment Day

On the day of procedure you will arrive at the designated time. You are recommended to have a light breakfast as this is not general anaesthesia and is done whilst you’re awake under local anaesthetic. On arrival you will be given oral medication and when the procedure commences you’ll be given some intramuscular pain killers. These will make you reasonably drowsy, so you will need someone to take you home. It is forbidden under law to drive yourself home after a procedure such as this. When the procedure is complete you will put on your body garment. We will make an appointment for you to come the following morning to check the wound and to change the dressing. You will be required to wear the body garment full time for two weeks and then for 12 hrs a day for the following two weeks either during the day or at night. Final assessment is made two months after liposculpture and final photography and measurements are completed .

What areas can be treated ON liposculpture?

Areas that can be treated with liposculpture include the full abdomen, the flanks/ love handles, back fat, the upper legs, inner and outer thighs and buttock area, male and female breasts, upper arms and indeed under the chin, neck and jowls. We are limited to remove not more than 6 litres of fat in one procedure. We obviously only treat areas where there are significant collections or pockets of fat where it can be removed. Side effects in everyone include bruising and some soreness for several days or up to a week and some of the skin marks can take months to fade but as they are only 1mm they usually heal very well .

Liposculpture recovery

You will be able to return back to work 3-6 days after surgery depending on your healing condition.  Be sure to discuss your situation with your doctor as to when it is fine to resume normal activities. You will typically be able to resume your normal activities in one week but you should avoid strenuous activities for three weeks. After surgery, you may experience some fluid drainage from the incisions. You may be fitted in an elastic garment over the treated area for a few weeks to control swelling and to help your skin better fit its new contours. Your doctor may also prescribe antibiotic to prevent infection .

Risks and complications

Liposculpture is a comparatively safe procedure with few complications. Some potential side effects include: swelling, bruising, pain and scarring. If you choose a qualified and experienced surgeon the possibility of developing post-op complications will be greatly reduced .

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