What is Liposuction?
What is Liposuction?
Liposuction is one way to lose the fatty deposits that have built up in various areas of your body. It effectively redesigns and sculpts your body with pleasing results. Usually people find that the areas where fatty deposits are found include buttocks, thighs and stomach. However, each individual has different places where fat might be deposited, such as the top of the arms or even the lower leg. Liposuction is also sometimes called suction lipectomy, liposculpture or lipoplasty.
Surgeons generally conduct this procedure using a cannula, which is a thin stainless steel hollow rod. After the patient has been anaesthetised, the surgeon inserts this tube through the hypodermic fat layer via small incisions. Connected to the tube is a suction device that removes the fat as the fat is loosened.
Who is a candidate for liposuction?
Liposuction may only be carried out on an individual once the doctor has examined you thoroughly. There are many different considerations in terms of your health. Discuss the matter with your doctor before you go ahead.
Should you do it?
If you have fatty deposits on your body which simply will not budge then you may be a good candidate for liposuction. People who require a tummy tuck or who have accumulations of fat at the waist are the people most likely to benefit from this procedure. Your body weight should be average and you must be in peak health if you are going to undergo this weight loss surgery.
How do I go about it?
The first port of call is your family doctor, who will advise you further and refer you to experts in suction lipectomy. There are many such experts in South Africa including liposuction experts in Gauteng (Pretoria, Johannesburg and Centurion) as well as Durban, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, Bloemfontein and George.
Remember that you can get liposuction finance by applying online here by following the Incred advert. They lend as much as R150 000 for weight loss surgery to qualified candidates.