Long sitting hours with bad eating habits are making people gain weight, and that excessive fat is saturating in their bodies. It is getting difficult to get rid of this saturated fat through diet and exercise. As a solution to this, the Liposuction process came into existence. Liposuction is a kind of cosmetic surgery that is performed to remove unwanted fat from the body.
Liposuction in Miami includes removing fat from hips, belly, thighs, buttocks, backs, arms, or face to improve the shape. It also includes facelifts, breast reduction, and tummy tucks. Surgeons consider BMI index to find out how much fat extraction is safe. An ideal candidate for liposuction surgery should be within 30% of ideal weight, have firm and elastic skin, and the one who does not smoke.
For liposuction, you need an experienced and certified surgeon for consultation before going through the liposuction process. This cosmetic surgery is not recommended to those who have health issues such as heart disease, diabetes, or a weak immune system. Even doctors have to take a lot of precautions before the surgery. It is the responsibility of individuals to make their surgeon aware of any kind of allergies they have and the medication they are taking. Also, the doctor can ask the patient to stop consuming certain medicines or pain killer several weeks before the surgery.
During & After Liposuction
During the Liposuction process, a surgeon creates small incisions through which a cannula is inserted to loosen excess fat deposits. Then, this fat is suctioned out of the body using a small vacuum attached to the cannula.
After the surgery, one has to stay in the hospital for a day. Intake of any hard food is prohibited for some days. Slowly a person can start eating a small amount of hard food. Just after the surgery, one has to avoid any kind of consumption of blood thinners, long showers, vigorous exercise, staying stationary, etc.