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Published on: 04 Jan 2017 by gries-linda83
How Liposuction procedure is performed
Liposuction in Dallas TX can be performed as an outpatient procedure at the surgery center or a doctor’s office. When there is a need for large amount of fat to be removed, then the procedure will be done at the hospital where an overnight stay might be required. Before the procedure, you are going to be given an anesthesia. This will depend on how much fat has to be removed and which type of liposuction is done. Anesthesia varies and it can be local or a general anesthesia which your doctor determines after considering a few factors.
When the anesthesia has taken its effect, the liposuction is going to be performed by the use of devices that are attached to small instruments known as cannula. After making a small incision, the cannula will be inserted in the fatty areas found between the muscles and the skin where excess fat will be removed using a suction pump or a large syringe - this leads to an improved and smoother contour. The length of the procedure takes will depend on how much fat has to be removed.
There are different types of procedures performed during liposuction.
Tumescent liposuction is when the surgeon injects a solution in the fatty areas before fat removal. The solution is a mix of epinephrine - which is a painkiller and saline - and is meant to help the surgeon in removing the fat and reduction of blood loss while providing pain relief during the surgery.
During ultrasound assisted liposuction, ultrasonic energy liquefies fat so that it may be removed from your body.
If a liposuction is performed as an outpatient procedure, then the recovery will be faster. Many people are able to go back to work in a few days; and within two weeks pick up their normal everyday activities. Soreness, swelling, and bruising is expected and common for a few weeks after the procedure. However, other factors that may contribute to how quickly you can recover are the area of fat removal and the amount of removed fat. Your doctor will tell you more about what to expect after the procedure and how to maintain your new shape.