GRAND PLASTIC SURGERY
- 2020.07.28 13:28:57
People are starting to wear summer clothes as the weather gets warmer. However, due to the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic, people are spending long hours at home, which is causing a lack of activity, exercise, and even weight gain. As summer approaches, people feel the need to tone their bodies, but diet and exercise are not always easy.
Even with weight loss, achieving the desired body line is not as easy as removing the stubborn fat on the particular body part can be difficult. Furthermore, as diet requires a lot of time and effort, many people choose to undergo liposuction.
Liposuction is a method of removing excess fat tissues and layers from the body and contouring the body line using sound pressure or ultrasonic waves. It can be especially effective in areas that cannot be reduced easily, such as the abdomen, love handles, and forearms. Before the surgery, the patient's body shape, age, and fat status must be carefully analyzed, and personalized surgery needs to be performed while putting safety as the top priority.
In some cases, people expect massive weight reduction after liposuction, but depending on the individual, the amount of inhalation may vary, and excessive removal should be avoided for safety reasons. Depending on the individual, only skin fat can be removed, or both fat removal and muscle contouring can be combined.
Liposuction must be performed by a plastic surgeon who has rich clinical experience. And since excessive liposuction can cause side effects such as loss of skin elasticity and uneven surfaces, safety has to be prioritized.
Besides, surgery decisions should be made after precise 1:1 personalized diagnosis and understanding of the precaution before and after the surgery and possible side effects. It is also important to check whether CCTV is operating in the operating room; the clinic has on-site anesthesiologist and well-equipped safety systems such as emergency medical systems.
Postoperative care is also crucial for liposuction. On the day after the surgery, excessive activity should be avoided, and getting enough rest is recommended. Furthermore, precise observation is needed as swelling or bruising may persist for a few days, and side effects may occur depending on the individual.