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Liposuction is a cosmetic surgical procedure that involves removing excess fat from specific areas of the body.  It is also known as lipoplasty or body contouring surgery.  The procedure involves making small incisions in the skin and inserting a thin tube called a cannula into the fat layer.  The cannula is then used to suction out excess fat from the targeted area.

Liposuction is commonly used to remove stubborn fat deposits in areas like the stomach, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms and chin.  The procedure can help reshaped and countour the body to achieve a more aesthetically pleasing appearance.

Is liposuction a dangerous surgery?

Liposuction surgery, which is one of the most preferred aesthetic applications, has a worldwide prevalence. The reason why it is preferred so often is that it can be applied very easily and it is a very safe surgery.

The risk of complications in liposuction surgery performed by an experienced surgeon is almost non-existent. For this reason, we cannot say that Liposuction is a dangerous operation, but as in every surgical operation, some problems may occur after liposuction.

Possible risks faced by someone who has had liposuction

General Information About Liposuction


Destroying regional fat

Operation Time

 7 hours

Length of Hospital Stay

1 day


It differs according to the size of the area to be applied, general anesthesia is usually applied.

Recovery Time

2 – 4 Weeks

Persistence Period

Provides long-term permanence, but varies depending on lifestyle

Corset Wearing Time

4 – 6 Weeks

Will there be a trace?

Minimal scars with a diameter of 1.5 – 2 mm occur

Scope of application

It can generally be applied to the hips, abdomen, legs and arms, but can be applied to the whole body if needed.

What Should Be Considered Before and After Liposuction?

Since this application, which makes the body lines clear and makes the person look more attractive by destroying the regional fats, is not a slimming method, the person should change their lifestyle and get rid of their excess weight, if any, before the operation. Because liposuction is not recommended for patients with a body mass index of 30 and above.

Since liposuction is an aesthetic application that targets fat cells together with fat, its effect is permanent, but too frequent weight gain and loss can cause regional lubrication again. For this reason, it is necessary to pay attention to nutrition and exercise regularly in order to maintain body form after liposuction. As long as the person pays attention to his nutrition, regional fat will not be repeated and the body contour will not deteriorate again.

Recovery Process After Liposuction Surgery

Liposuction, which is an aesthetic intervention that can be applied to almost every part of the body, is a very effective method that is often used to get rid of stubborn regional fat. After this aesthetic application, which is in the first place among body shaping applications, patients generally expect a comfortable recovery period.

After this operation, which is performed under the effect of general anesthesia, the patient must stay in the hospital for one night, but when it is applied to very small areas such as the jowl, there is no need to rest in the hospital. The recovery period after surgery varies between 2 and 4 weeks, depending on the person’s health status.

It is normal to see edema (swelling) and bruising after the operation, as well as some numbness in the application area. Those who have liposuction usually state that there is no severe pain after the liposuction operation, but the physician recommends painkillers for possible pain. A special corset should be used after the surgery to minimize swelling and bruising in the operation area and to accelerate the healing process of the subcutaneous tissue.

This corset, which should be used both day and night at the beginning, is used only at night after a certain period of time. The doctor decides how long the corset will be used, but usually this period is between 4 and 6 weeks.

The recovery time is accelerated by wrapping a corset on the fat area. It is important to wear this corset for an average of 30 days. Thus, the sutures and skin tissue in the treated area will get used to their new place faster and edema will be eliminated in a shorter time.

Can I Get Immediate Results After Liposuction Surgery?

Fat accumulating in fat cells in parts of the body such as hips, hips, and abdomen causes regional lubrication problem. The aim of liposuction surgery is to get rid of regional fat in a very short time and very easily. In this application, the fat accumulated under the skin is removed from the body in one go by vacuuming method and body lines are shaped.

Since there will be a big change in the body of the person after these procedures, the results of the surgery can be seen immediately, but edema may occur due to the procedures performed in the surgical area during the application. This edema that occurs in the body decreases visibly within two weeks, but it takes 4 to 6 weeks to disappear completely. For this reason, in order to see the real effect after liposuction, the edema in the body must be eliminated, and an average of 6 weeks must be waited for this.