Liposuction for Chin

Liposuction also known, as Lipoplasty is a plastic surgical method that was invented by an Italian – American Gynecologist based in Rome back in 1970’s. Customary liposuction methods involved the use of general anesthetics, after the patient has been anesthetized; the plastic surgeon will then make incisions onto the target areas of the body for liposuction treatment. The cosmetic surgeon then inserts metal hollow tubes known as cannulas that serve a dual purpose, one is to remove the fatty cells from the surrounding tissue and skin and second to suction out the separated fat via the attached hoses through a pump. The fat is then deposited into a vessel for later disposal.

A prospective liposuction for chin patient must be in good health, not have any existing diseases or pre-existing medical conditions and must have realistic expectations of the results of their treatment.  Consultation is very important in attaining one’s objectives.  You must be able to communicate your needs to your plastic surgeon if he/she is to comprehend what your ideal results are.  Discuss your aspirations with your plastic surgeon so that you may arrive at an understanding with what can realistically be accomplished.

As a probable liposuction patient you must be psychologically and emotionally stable to undergo a plastic surgery procedure.  No plastic surgeon in his right mind, would agree to perform surgery on a psychologically unstable person. Liposuction for chin is an operation, which requires fortitude and steadiness in dealing with the healing period.  There is on occasion motionlessness or depression after surgery and if there is already a pre-existing emotional problem, this glum period can build up into a more critical issue.  Please take this into account before consigning yourself to a liposuction for chin treatment.

The liposuction for chin procedure is known also as a Sub-mentum or sub-mental liposuction or to be more accurate a facial suction lipectomy, it is from either an intra oral incision or and extra-oral incision under the chin.  This surgical procedure can greatly reduce the appearance of excess facial fat that brings about an overweight or heavy look, or an absent chin.  The removal of this surplus fat deposit can significantly define a person’s lower facial structure.

Make sure that you are getting an experienced plastic surgeon, preferably one who specializes in facial suction lipectomy. It would also help if the plastic surgeon is board certified but such certification is not a guarantee that a plastic surgeon will be perfect in all accounts.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *