Liposuction Turkey is a cosmetic procedure used to remove unwanted body fat through a suctioning process. Although it is not a treatment for obesity, it can alter the body’s shape and contour. The surgery works best in people who are a normal weight and in areas where the skin is tight. It is worth noting that the procedure does not remove cellulite, stretch marks, or dimples.
The results are generally long-lasting. However, if the patient doesn’t lead a healthy lifestyle after surgery, there is a risk that the remaining fat cells will grow bigger.
Who Are Best Candidates for Liposuction Turkey?
Generally, people of normal weight achieve the best results, however, people who are slightly overweight can also benefit from liposuction. The best candidates for liposuction Turkey include people:
• of normal-weight (or slightly-overweight) people who have localized areas of protruding fat
• who have firm, elastic skin, where the skin molds itself into new contours.
• who have deposits of fat in certain areas that are hard to lose through exercise and a healthy diet
• over 18 years of age
• with realistic expectations
• who are in good health without conditions (such as restricted blood flow, diabetes, or coronary artery disease a weak immune system) that could complicate surgery
Age is not a major factor for liposuction Turkey, although older people with diminished skin elasticity may not have the same results as those with tighter skin.
In addition, liposuction Turkey is not appropriate for pregnant women and nursing mothers.
Why Liposuction Turkey Is Done
Liposuction Turkey can be used to remove fat from areas of the body that doesn’t respond to diet and exercise, such as the:
• Upper arms
• Back and waistline
• Calves and ankles
• Chin and neck
What Are Some Benefits of Liposuction Turkey?
Liposuction Turkey is normally done for aesthetic aims, but it is sometimes used to treat certain conditions. These conditions include:
Gynecomastia: It is an increase in the amount of breast gland tissue in men. This condition can affect one or both breasts, sometimes unevenly.
Lymphedema: it is localized swelling in various areas of your body that happens when something affects your lymphatic system. The swelling commonly occurs in the arms or legs. Liposuction Turkey is sometimes used to reduce swelling, pain, and discomfort.
Lipodystrophy syndrome: Lipodystrophy is a group of rare syndromes that cause a person to gain fat in some parts of the body, while losing it in others. A person can be born with this condition or develop it later in life.
Lipomas: These are benign, fatty tumors. Lipomas can be removed through liposuction Turkey.
Extreme weight loss: A person with morbid obesity who loses at least 40 percent of their BMI (body mass index) may need treatment to remove excess skin, fat and other abnormalities.
How to Prepare for Liposuction Turkey
Before liposuction Turkey:
• you will need to get some lab testing or a medical evaluation to ensure you are eligible for surgery.
• avoid taking aspirin and anti-inflammatory drugs at least 2 weeks before surgery.
• don’t take herbal supplements.
• if you have anemia may be asked to take iron supplements.
• don’t smoke or drink alcohol 4-6 weeks before surgery.
Also, you should be fully aware of the risks, possible complications, benefits, and alternatives to the procedure, and discuss with your surgeon what to expect from the surgery before the procedure.
How Is Liposuction Turkey Performed?
Depending on the liposuction Turkey technique and the number of targeted areas, the patient receives either general or local anesthetic. The surgeon then uses a cannula to suck out the fat through it.
Liposuction Turkey is carried out in Şafak hospital or a modern clinic, and the procedure takes around 3 to 5 hours. Some patients may need to stay in hospital overnight. There are a number of liposuction techniques that the only difference between them is the type of instrument each uses for removing fat. Below, you can read about these techniques.
What Are Some Different Liposuction Turkey Techniques?
Liposuction Turkey techniques include: Power-Assisted Liposuction, Laser-Assisted Liposuction, Suction-Assisted Liposuction, Tumescent Liposuction, and Ultrasonic-Assisted Liposuction.
Your surgeon will choose the appropriate technique depending on your needs, goals, the targeted area to be suctioned, and whether you have had other liposuction procedures in the past.
• Power-assisted liposuction (PAL):
PAL extracts fat from some created holes in the body using a vibrating cannula. By rapidly moving back-and-forth and loosening the fat cells, the cannula makes the fat easier to remove and speeds up the procedure of fat removal.
• Laser-assisted liposuction (LAL):
In LAL, the fat is broken using laser. The laser beam melts the exited localized fat, then it is ejected out of the body. It causes less bruising and bleeding and faster healing, compared to other techniques.
• Suction-assisted liposuction (SAL):
Suction-assisted liposuction is the traditional method of liposuction Turkey. It uses some sort of pressure through which the extra fat is ejected by a thin cannula. SAL is usually a part of other lipo procedures.
• Tumescent liposuction Turkey:
In this technique, a large quantity of a saline solution with a local anesthetic and a vessel-constrictor are pumped below the skin in the targeted area. Then, a small cannula is entered to suction the fat out of the body. Tumescent liposuction is the most popular form of liposuction Turkey.
• Ultrasound-assisted liposuction (UAL):
In the ultrasound-assisted liposuction, also known as Vaser lipo, the cannula is energized with ultrasound. This liquefies the fat cells by breaking down the walls of them, without damaging the nerves or tissues. The fat is then suctioned out easily. UAL is suitable for fibrous areas, such as back, the male breast, and in areas where liposuction Turkey has been done before.
After the liposuction Turkey procedure, your surgeon may leave the holes open so that excess fluid and blood can drain from the body.
After the Liposuction Turkey Procedure:
After liposuction Turkey, the patient might experience some pain, bruising and swelling. The surgeon may prescribe painkillers to help control the pain and swelling and antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection.
Wearing an elasticated support corset or a tight compression garment helps to reduce swelling and bruising, and should be worn constantly for several weeks after the operation.
The patient should expect numbness in the area where fat was removed as well. This should improve in 6-8 weeks.
The temporary drains for fluid drainage might be removed after 7-10 days, then the patient can return to work.