I need some advice... I've been trying to lose weight basically for years now, but it all seems to be in vain... I'm looking into getting a liposuction surgery done, and I wanted to know if there are any side effects that I should be worried about.. Can anyone help me out here?
I have read many plastic surgery reviews and you know, not all of them are positive. Plastic surgery is considered to be safe, but still there are some risks. Besides, it depends on a surgery type whether it will be risky
I agree! it still depends on the surgeon, there are some records of plastic surgery failure but all of this are done in-house by those unregistered surgeons or surgeon to be. Personally I undergone breast lift in India and its a success. And the Fact that Plastic/Cosmetic surgery is now getting more and more popular! - The continental statistic of cosmetic procedures performed is surprising: Asia is the leader with - 4,336,866 procedures in 2011, followed by North America with 4,188,171, Europe with 3,544,572, South America 2,271,302, Africa with 283,964 and Oceania with 127,952 procedures. So we can expect that for the next years, decades it will be more popular!
I had liposuction along with a tummy tuck. I did have to meet weight guidelines before I had the procedure done. It is very, very painful (my "hips, or flanks" as the dr called it) 6 months out and I am still in considerable pain. Lipo is not a good way to lose weight, it is used to shape and eliminate fat is specific areas. I only lost 4 lbs during a major tummy tuck/lipo procedure.
Don't need to be afraid about the liposuction surgery. Before the treatment, the surgeon will explain you about the liposuction process. Also, a compression garment is applied in the treated portion of your body after the treatment is completed.
Improved techniques of liposuction are now being used which are safer and less painful. If it is performed by an experienced doctor in a properly equipped facility then it’s safe. Temporary swelling and bruising can take place after treatment but your doctor can solve that also.
If yuo're worried about going "under the knife", I had a consultation with a Dr. Torgerson at his clinic in Toronto. One of the treatments that he recommended without surgery was a series of Clearlift skin tightening laser treatments. ClearLift Laser is different from other lasers and that it would be safe to use on my thin, sensitive skin, and on the skin around my eyes. I would recommend Dr. Torgerson to anyone.
If you're considering a cosmetic procedure make sure you have all the facts and feel 100% comfortable about your decision before you sign. No, plastic surgery is not safe for everyone. But, it is safe for many if not most people. Certain health conditions such as diabetes, malnutrition, connective tissue disorders, etc may make elective surgery prohibitively risky. More likely, though, is that certain procedures may be low risk for certain patients, while procedures are not worth the risks involved. Not everyone is a good candidate for every procedure, and the only way to find out what is right for you is to discuss your options with your plastic surgeon.