Liposuction in Hawaii is a very safe procedure for healthy individuals, it has a very low complication rate. Liposuction is a professional plastic surgeons to perform, which is sucked out of a particular part of the body‘s fat cells accumulate superfluous. Although in some fat may be sucked out sedation, but usually, the patient is under general anesthesia. Liposuction is effected by injecting part of the expansion agent to liposuction, and cut before the cut parts of the anesthesia. After the expansion of the reagent injection, a liposuction tube will be inserted to the designated area and then begin liposuction, the procedure usually takes 2-3 hours.
Liposuction is not required for those individuals who are not obese, or abdominoplasty, is an excellent surgery. The human body usually have excess localized fat, but not through the knot of food and exercise to get rid of these people is the best candidate for liposuction. Liposuction for body parts include: abdomen, flanks, legs, neck, back and buttocks.
Liposuction surgery recovery
The first three days after surgery, the patient may feel some of the liquid flowing from the incision. During this period, the bandage is often require replacement. In addition, there will be swelling after phenomena and bruises generation, which may last two weeks. In some cases, liposuction at the bruise is quite obvious.
Although the patient will feel uncomfortable when you move, but most patients can return to work within 10 days. In addition, burning sensation, swelling and numbness feeling generated by the surgical site is normal, we will address these symptoms controlled by medication. After surgery, wearing tight wearing compression also helps reduce swelling. After surgery, prevention of the occurrence of dehydration is very important. Patients must be drinking heavily, and after a few days of drinking alcoholic beverages should be avoided, or as directed. Because not only lead to dehydration, and drinking alcohol can affect the potency of certain antibiotics.
Patients may also feel dizzy after surgery, but it is avoidable. Remember that when you stand up from sitting or tilt in any position, be sure to slow. Also slow off the tights. Special Remember, after a healthy diet is extremely important. Although the fat cells is through liposuction permanently get rid of, but if the patient unhealthy diet, cell volume increases, and where there have been problems or will rebound.
Complications and risks
Infection is one of the risks of liposuction. Liposuction of the wound must be kept clean, antibiotics must be taken regularly. In the process of liposuction, fat cells may be loose, into the blood circulation; therefore observed shortness of breath and difficulty breathing extremely important because it is loose fat cells in the lungs symptoms of hoarding. Fat cells may also enter the brain, which can lead to disability and even death.
As the liquid injection or surgery to get rid of fat, the body may also experience fluid imbalance. Fluid imbalance signs include heart problems, kidney problems or liquid accumulation in the lungs.
Since liposuction tube or probe is inserted into a patient during surgery, the surgeon can not see the liposuction tube, which may inadvertently damage to internal organs, such as: the internal organ perforation. Perforated internal organs require additional surgery to correct, or else there is a risk to life.
Eliminate the site of tissue cells are serum may aggregate (also called seroma); swelling or swelling may occur. Parts liposuction patients may have different feelings, such as: greater sensitivity and numbness. Following these changes, if held for a long time, we must inform your doctor.
Serious complications are rare, which is usually associated with the use of surgical anesthetic related. Lidocaine is a local anesthetic in conventional liposuction. After it has been injected, the patient may experience a slight headache, irritability, drowsiness, spit the word unclear, metallic taste, numbness in the mouth, tremor, muscle twitching and convulsions. Disposable eliminate excess fat is more dangerous, which may lead to dents, lumps and loose and sagging skin.
To reduce the risk of complications, patients need to understand the range of preoperative and postoperative instructions. Follow these guidelines is particularly important because it will ensure a satisfactory postoperative results, and helps smooth postoperative recovery.