Vaser Liposuction - Fast Fat Lose
Op.Dr. Ömer Ekin - Aesthetic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon
Liposuction - Vacuum Fat Removal
Adipose tissue consists of adipocyte fat storage cells and meets the body's energy needs. No new fat cells are formed in the adult body. As fat and weak, existing fat cells grow and shrink. There are two types of adipose tissue in our body. One of these is the adipose tissue located under the skin and becomes thicker and thinner as you gain weight.
This fat tissue can be thinned by regimen and exercise. A second adipose tissue is located deeper, genetically coded, less affected by regimen and sports. This adipose tissue accumulates according to the familial and racial characteristics of the person. Although personal differences are seen, fat is often found in females, buttocks, legs, basins and abdomen, and in men, belly and lower back. In men, intra-abdominal fat is also common. This problem can only be solved by diet and sports. Intraabdominal fat is particularly important for heart disease and it is important to eliminate it.
Taking the fat tissue in the body with the help of vacuum is called “liposuction”. Liposuction is not a slimming surgery. Liposuction is a procedure to remove limited fat deposits in regions that cannot be thinned by regimen and sports. The success of the procedure depends on the elasticity of the skin. When the underlying fat tissue is drained, the skin must have good elasticity to recover itself. Ideal liposuction patients are young, have good skin elasticity and are not overweight. Liposuction can also be done in overweight patients, but the goal is not to weaken the patient, but to provide a more shaped body in weight. For this reason, there is no aim to buy liters of oil. The maximum amount of fat that can be taken without putting the patient at risk is 10% of body weight. The results are permanent.
The procedure is performed under general anesthesia under operating room conditions. The operation time varies according to the area to be taken and the amount to be taken. At the end of the surgery, the patient is dressed in a corset to cover the whole area of liposuction. This corset should be used for about one month. Generally, the patient is discharged after six hours. There are small dressings at the cannula entry points. For the first 24 hours, a bloody liquid leaks through these holes. The patient can take a bath after two days. Three days later, he comes back for a check-up and can return to work and start his normal daily activities, driving. You should not do sports except for the first month of walking.
Early complications include bleeding, pulmonary embolism, fat embolism, and organ injuries. Fat embolism is extremely rare. More aesthetic problems are experienced after liposuction. These include; fluctuations and irregularities in the skin, liposuction area collapses, skin color changes, body contour disorders. There are two important reasons for such problems: improper application of the method and excessive fat intake; poor skin elasticity. However, it is extremely safe when the process is performed properly and normal oil is removed.