Cosmetic surgeons in Minnesota also practice Liposculpting, more popularly referred to as liposuction or lipoplasty, which is a surgical treatment where fat is removed from tissue that are in areas of the body that are not affected by traditional methods such as dieting and exercise, these areas are actually resistant to such methods. Lipoplasty began way back in 1974, when Dr. Giorgio Fischer an Italian gynecologist invented liposuction or lipoplasty in Rome.
Liposuction got very popular due to a mix of factors that plagued individuals who due to health or personal reasons wanted or needed to lose weight or change how they physically looked. Factors such as age, fat rich diet, lack of exercise, and other complications contribute to the build-up of fat deposits in these parts of the body like the neck, knees, legs, abdomen, flanks, upper arms, and calves.
Liposuction MI, like any other place where the procedure is practiced is done through the use of cannulas, hollow, stainless steel tubes that are attached to a vacuum machine. These stainless steel tubes are inserted into the body via incisions made into the areas that are to be treated; these cannulas are then utilized to remove the fats from tissues and at the same time suction out the excised fat.
In the early 1980’s, Liposculpting or liposuction was introduced to North America and became increasingly popular. Liposuction MI AZ, CA, CO, HI, and RI states have a good number of Cosmetic Surgeons who do if not specialize in lipoplasty.
To help attain the desired shape of the body part after liposuction treatment, compression bandages are applied for a few weeks this also facilitates faster healing since it pushes out unwanted fluid build up in the treated area. Recovery from the entire operation is from 24 to 48 hours after surgery.
Your doctor in Minnesota should disclose and abide by the generally accepted fact that the utmost amount of fat liquids that can be safely removed from the body is 4 liters per operation. Your physician should inform you of the safest number of body parts that can be treated on a single day. It is also good to make it clear with your doctor to schedule the surgical days at least 1 month apart if more than a day of liposuction is to be done. Also make it clear with your physician to avoid doing any other unrelated surgical procedures on you the same day as your liposuction treatment.