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Shape Your Confidence: Embrace the New You with Liposuction!

It is the process of suctioning subcutaneous fat with different sized cannulas. Patients who apply for this procedure should keep in mind that the aim of this procedure is to remove fat resistant to diet and sports and to shape the body rather than to lose weight.


The amount of fat that can be safely removed is between 4 and 8 percent of body weight and the success of the surgery depends on the tightening capacity of the skin.


The procedure can be performed under general anesthesia or local anesthesia with sedation. With a special serum mixture given beforehand, both pain and bleeding risk are reduced. The most frequently applied areas are the jowl area, abdomen, arms, back, thighs and legs. While the traditional method does not use any tools other than the D3 4 millimeter pen, modern methods use laser and ultrasonic energy-based systems and motorized systems.


Laser liposuction is a bleeding-free procedure that blasts and melts the walls of fat cells using sound energy without damaging the vessels. Laser liposuction, on the other hand, uses photon energy to break down fat and for tightening. The effect of tightening the skin is higher.


After liposuction, a corset is used to cover the fat removal area for about 4 to 8 weeks. After liposuction, lymphatic massage and the use of radiofrequency devices help the swelling to dissolve faster and shape.


Operation Time: 30 minutes 6 hours
Hospitalization: 1 day
Anesthesia: Local Sedation or General
Return to Social Life: 3-7 days
Diren: No
Corse: Yes

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Is liposuction a painful procedure?

Liposuction is a procedure that can be accompanied by mild to moderate pain, numbness and burning sensation.

Is liposuction a painful procedure?

Liposuction is a procedure that can be accompanied by mild to moderate pain, numbness and burning sensation.

Do I have to be hospitalized?

The necessity of hospitalization varies depending on the type of anesthesia applied and the volume of fat removed.

For example, if your fat in the tickle area was removed under local anesthesia, you do not need to stay.

However, if you had an operation under general anesthesia where 4000 CC of fat tissue is absorbed, you should stay in the hospital for a day in terms of surgical risks such as anesthesia-related lung disorders or fat embolism.

Is it normal to have fluid coming from the holes in my abdomen after surgery?

Those 'holes' are the entry holes where we insert the liposuction cannulas that we use to break down and remove the fat. Although most of the fat and numbing fluid is removed, the fat and tissue fluid that dissolves over time may leak out of those holes for a few days and it is completely normal.

Is there a risk of the operation?

Although liposuction is one of the safest surgical procedures under normal conditions, it is an operation that can have serious risks that threaten human life when complications develop.

Swelling, bruising, mild pain, burning and numbness are the most common complaints.

However, infection, seroma (fluid) hematoma (blood clot accumulation) surface irregularities skin sagging skin malnutrition wound formation fat embolism internal organ damage and even death are among the serious risks that may develop after liposuction.

Vaser? Laser lipolysis? Cold lipolysis? Lipomatic?

Each device has its own advantages and limitations.

With Vaser, limited skin tightness is achieved while fat cells are homogeneously broken down and removed without damaging the vessels by using sound energy.


In the laser lipolysis technique, the fat cells are melted by controlling bleeding using beam energy, then the fat cells are removed with liposuction and then beam energy is used again for skin tightening.


Cold lipolysis (cryo lipolysis) is a form of treatment that does not require anesthesia or is applied through the skin and freezes and breaks down the fat tissue, which can get good results in limited cases, and the fat tissue is not taken out but metabolized and excreted over time.


Although the benefit is limited, the return to life in the sauce is very fast. In addition, a condition called paradoxical adipose hyperplasia, which causes fat accumulation in the area where cold lipolysis is applied, may develop below 1% after this procedure.

Before & After Operation

Abdominal ultrasound to look for umbilical hernia Venous Doppler of the leg for venous embolism (clot) may be necessary.


It is normal to have discharge for a few days after discharge. Your corset, which is worn under operating room conditions, will stay on you for at least 3-4 weeks. You can take a bath with your corset, provided that you dry it with a blow dryer afterwards.


You can then accelerate your healing process by receiving lymphatic massage vacuum therapy radio frequency applications.

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