Tumescent liposculpture is becoming more common these days. It’s a great procedure that has become a solution to removing fat deposits that can’t be more easily removed by regular diet and exercise. More and more people with cosmetic problems like double chins, big waists, or fatty deposits along their buttocks can avail of tumescent liposculpture to help them out with their aesthetic problems.
Tumescent liposculpture should not be misinterpreted as a way of losing weight. In fact, it is only advised for individuals who have an ideal or near ideal weight. The procedure is strictly used to remove minor amounts of fat and the surgeon artistically sculpts the remaining fat so that it looks cosmetically agreeable.
Tumescent Liposculpture is probably the safest form of liposuction available. It requires only local anesthesia and oftentimes, the patient needs to be conscious during the procedure so they can stand. Sculpting will be more efficient when the natural effects of gravity are considered. Being conscious during the procedure means you are not at risk for complications due to anesthesia. Complications often arise from staying unconscious during the procedure.
This procedure uses a cocktail of medications to help swell the area that needs to be repaired. A solution is injected to the skin to prepare the fat to be removed. Micro-cannulas are inserted to the skin and used to suck out the fat. These cannulas are so small that they barely leave scars or distinguishing marks after the procedure and healing is so quick due to the minuscule wounds. Usually, patients go back to work 2-4 days after the procedure.
The final results will be clear and permanent after 6 weeks from the date of the procedure. The whole thing may run more than $2000, depending on several factors. Overall, it is a procedure that can help you get that ideal body shape safely and effectively.