A good candidate for liposuction is defined as any person who has realistic expectations, is in good health and is likely to be happy with the results of liposuction. Although liposuction can often provide very substantial improvements, it is rare for liposuction results to be absolutely perfect. It is not realistic for a woman, who weighs 154 pounds (70 kg) at the time of liposuction, to expect that the removal of 2.2 pounds of fat will permit her to wear clothes that fit well when she weighed 130 pound (60 kg). The health of a prospective patient is a more important consideration than age or weight.
Insufficient improvement is a common complaint among patients who have had liposuction on multiple areas on the same day. If a surgeon attempts to treat too many areas on a single day, the relative improvement of each individual area might be less than if a surgery involving many areas were divided to two or more separate procedures. Irregularities or lack of smoothness is also a common complaint. Smooth results that look natural are of great importance. The use of liposuction cannulas (the metal tube that is used to suck-out fat from beneath the skin) that have a relatively large diameter tend to produce results with more irregularities less smoothness than do smaller liposuction cannulas. Surgeons who do liposuction totally by local anesthesia typically use microcannulas (outside diameter = 2.8 mm) because they cause minimal discomfort. Small cannulas generally produce smoother results.
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Dr. Milan Doshi- Founder and Medical Director of Allure Medspa, He is (M.S, M.Ch) Indian Board Certified Plastic Cosmetic Surgeon with International Expertise and qualification (Member of ISAPS- International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeon). Read more..