Liposuction is an outpatient procedure in usual cases and offers to remove a large volume of fat from the body. But if there is a large volume of fat involved, then it may require an overnight stay at the hospital, which may also require the usage of deep sedation like a local anesthesia or general anesthesia. Liposuction is never meant to treat stretch marks or cellulites or to treat obesity. It is used effectively for removing fat deposits in smaller areas mainly.
The patients should always keep in mind that the main objective of the liposuction process is not only reducing body weight, but to contour, reshape and define the areas of your body.
Laser Liposuction: With the help of microcannula and tumescent fluid the surgery is being conducted. The Microcannula is inserted in the body through the small incisions, which can successfully break the stubborn fat deposits and removed from the body eventually. The liquefied fat, which comes out in the form of low energy waves are removed with the cannula.
The liposuction aids weight loss is an important thing for the patients, which cannot take place by just maintaining regular exercises and a well-balanced diet.
But it should be always kept in mind that the best candidates for a weight loss surgery are those with good health who have stubborn fat deposits in varied areas of their body which cannot be removed with any effect.
VASER Liposuction: Liposelection as it is also known as, VASER Liposuction is a reliable fat removal procedure, which have come out to be a traditional Lipo Surgery Technique.
Dry Liposuction: The name of the procedure is derived from the fact that it doesn’t use any injections into the fat layers for administering the anesthesia. Though it is not considered to be a safe technique any longer and not much preferred.
Wet Liposuction: In this process, atleast 100 ml of local Anesthesia (containing epinephrine) is injected into the area where the fat requires to be removed.
Ultrasonic Assisted Liposuction: UAL or ultrasonic assisted liposuction as it is also known as, requires the injection of a large volume of tumescent fluid in the system. Only after the completion of which ultrasonic energy, and heat is delivered in these subcutaneous layers of fat with the help of a metal probe or a paddle. This is the most modernized mode of fat removal and uses ultrasound to liquefy fat from the sides, back and abdomen mainly.
Tumescent Liposuction: If the concerned area includes a large area of subcutaneous fat, only then this tumescent technique is used. This process only requires the use of local anesthesia.
Choose the one which would suit you as per your requirement, but with professional guidance.