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Liposuction India

Liposuction India provides best liposuction surgery center with high qualified Affordable doctors in andheri, Mumbai India
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Liposuction

Liposuction Liposuction helps you to get thin and reshape your body by removing excess fat from various possible parts of the body which can cost between INR 1,00,000 and INR 3,00,000

Abdomen / Abdominal Liposuction Abdomen Lipsocution Surgery helps you to remove additional fats from your tummy at affordable price between INR 60,000 and INR 1,00,000

Arms LiposuctionArms Lipsocution Surgery helps you to remove additional fats from your upper, scars, arms at price range from INR 70,000 to INR 80,000

Anterior Thigh LiposuctionAnterior Thighs Liposuction Surgery helps you to remove extra fats from your anterior, inner, outer & knees which can carry a price of INR 90,000 to INR 1,20,000

Female Back Liposuction, Female Back Liposuction Surgery removes additional fats from your back at cost between INR 60,000 and INR 1,00,000.

Female Breasts Liposuction, Female Breast Tumescent Liposuction Surgery reduces size of the breast and make it look regular at reasonable cost between INR 1,00,000 and INR 1,10,000.

Male Breast Liposuction, Male Breast Tumescent Liposuction Surgery removes excessive fat and glandular tissue which reduces size of the breast at reasonable cost between INR 60,000 and INR 80,000.

Buttock Liposuction Surgery, Buttock Liposuction using microcannulas and tumescent liposuction techniques improves the size and shape of the buttocks at affordable cost between INR 70,000 and INR 90,000.

Face Neck Liposuction, Face and Neck using Tumescent liposuction is the most effective technique for removing fat from the chin, cheeks and jowls at transparent price between INR 50,000 and INR 1,00,000.

Flanks Male Liposuction, Male Flake or Love handle Liposuction reduces the fat that of oblique area of stomach and lower back of Male at affordable price between INR 60,000 and INR 1,00,000.

Inner Thighs Liposuction, Inner Thighs or Inner Knee Liposuction removes the extended fats from the inner thigh and improv the silhouette of the thigh and reduce the rubbing together of the inner thighs at cost between INR 70,000 and INR 80,000.

Legs Ankles Liposuction, Leg or Ankle or Cafts Lipsocution reduce the bulky look of the calves by removing fats deposited in lower part of the legs at reasonable cost between INR 80,000 and INR 1,20,000.

Outer Thighs (Saddlebag) Liposuction, Liposuction of the Outer thighs and Hips is an easy and painless way to remove fat from outer area of the buttock at price between INR 70,000 and INR 80,000.

Six Pack Abs Liposuction, Abdominal etching or six pack liposuction (liposculpture) is an effective procedure to define abdominal muscles in the abdominal area at affordable price between INR 1,00,000 and INR 2,00,000.

Mega Liposuction (Large Volume Liposuction), Mega Liposuction removes excess fat cells from the body to reduce the body volume and size at transparent cost between INR 2,50,000 and INR 3,00,000.

Safety and Complications

Liposuction Safety and Complications

 A surgical complication is defined as any undesirable result of surgery. The most common complication of liposuction is a result that produces an unhappy patient. The most common cause of an unhappy patient is a patient’s unrealistic expectations before surgery. Avoiding unrealistic expectations requires careful and accurate communication between patient and surgeon. This entire web site is dedicated to providing patients with information so that they can make a well-informed decision about having liposuction. Detailed information about specific complications is presented in the following pages entitled:
  • An Overview of Liposuction Complications
  • Excessive Liposuction
  • Common & Minor Complications
  • Rare & Severe Complications
  • Drugs That Increase Bleeding
  • Risks of Local Anesthesia
  • Risks of General Anesthesia
  • Risks of Ultrasonic Liposuction

Excessive Liposuction

The greatest risks of liposuction are associated with the tendency of some surgeons to do too much surgery on the same day. The three types of excessive surgery include 1) removal of an excessive volume of fat by liposuction on a single day, 2) liposuction of an excessive number of body areas on the same day, 3) combinations of liposuction and other unrelated surgical procedures which involves excessive surgical trauma and prolonged exposure to general anesthesia. (See Excessive Liposuction).

Common & Minor Complications

Common & minor complications are conditions that do not threaten a patient’s life, normal body functions or the ability to work. These include superficial irregularities of the skin, seromas, hematomas, focal skin necrosis, allergic reactions to drugs, visible or disfiguring scars, discoloration of the skin, fainting during or after surgery, temporary bruising, numbness or nerve injury, and temporary adverse drug reactions. Most of these complications can be considered minor, however some may become quite serious. Post-liposuction syncope (fainting) the next morning at home, especially after urinating is not rare. This can be serious if the patient falls and experiences a head or neck injury. (See Common & Minor Complications).

Rare & Severe Complications

Rare & severe complications associated with liposuction include problems with anesthesia, blood clots in the leg or lung, injury to the abdominal organs, excessive intravenous fluids, excessive blood loss, excessive loss of body heat (hypothermia), infections, allergic drug reactions, aspiration pneumonia (most likely under general anesthesia), cardiac arrest and potentially fatal cardiac arrhythmias, permanent nerve damage, brain damage due to lack of oxygen under general anesthesia, and seizures. See Rare & Severe Complications.

Drugs That Increase Bleeding

 Drugs that increase bleeding, if taken by a patient soon before having liposuction, can cause liposuction complications such a hematoma (a large collection of blood trapped beneath the skin), or excessive bleeding that might require hospitalization. Among the more common drugs that can interfere with normal clotting of blood are aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), and warfarin (Coumadin). Even vitamin E, red wine, and some herbal remedies can cause prolonged bleeding. You are provided with a long list of prescription drugs and non-prescription drugs that interfere with bleeding (see Drugs that Increase Bleeding).

Risks of Local Anesthesia

Lidocaine is the safest of local anesthetics available for liposuction. At lidocaine concentrations in the blood exceeding 6 milligrams/liter, patients might experience some toxicity. Blood concentrations of lidocaine in excess of 12 milligrams/liter can produce serious cardiac toxicity. The maximum recommended dosage of lidocaine for tumescent liposuction is 50 mg/kg (50 milligrams/kilogram of patient weight). The most extraordinary aspect of the tumescent technique is its unprecedented safety record when used as directed. Most liposuction surgeons know that it can be dangerous to give a patient a dosage of tumescent lidocaine that exceeds 50 mg/kg. All liposuction-related deaths have been associated with either the use of general anesthesia, or IV sedation, or lidocaine doses in far in excess of 75 mg/kg. The tumescent technique is dangerous in the hands of surgeons or anesthesiologists who have not had specific training in the technique. There has never been a reported death associated with tumescent liposuction totally by local anesthesia.

Risks of General Anesthesia

General anesthesia for liposuction can be considered safe when 1) the general anesthesia is administered by a board certified anesthesiologist, 2) liposuction is not performed with other unrelated surgical procedures, and 3) there is no excessive liposuction. The most dangerous aspects of general anesthesia are respiratory depression and impairment of protective airway reflexes. The risks of general anesthesia include human error, unsuspected inherited hypersensitivity to anesthetic drugs, accidental overdose of anesthesia, any undetected airway disconnection or airway blockage. General anesthesia, which increases the risk of vomiting and impairs protective airway reflexes, can cause aspiration of stomach contents. Because general anesthesia impairs the ability to breathe, when a complication does occur it can lead to disaster.

Dangers of Ultrasonic Liposuction


Ultrasonic Assisted Liposuction (UAL) requires the use of tumescent fluid and uses either a metal probe or metal paddle to deliver ultrasonic energy and heat into subcutaneous fat. Internal UAL has largely been abandoned because of the risk of full-thickness skin burns and severe scaring. The initial reports of internal UAL were unrealistically enthusiastic. Some authors did not report their complications, and others have learned of major UAL complications after publishing their articles. Because of insufficient proof of safety, UAL devices have not been approved by the FDA for use in doing liposuction.

Liposuction Safety is a Relative Term


It is impossible to prove that a surgical procedure is absolutely safe. On the other hand it is realistic and appropriate to compare two procedures and conclude that one is relatively safer than the other. Prospective liposuction patients should strive to understand the options that are available and choose the safest procedure.

Preventing Liposuction Complications


Preventing complications should be the most important concern of both patients and liposuction surgeons. Surgeons can reduce the risk of liposuction complications by proper selection of patients. Surgeons should avoid patients who have 1) unrealistic medical expectations, 2) a history of significant medical problems. Patients can reduce the risk of complications by 1) resisting the temptation to save time by attempting to do multiple unrelated surgical procedures along with liposuction, and 2) resisting the temptation to maximize the volume of fat removed on a single day. It is much safer to divide one very large liposuction procedure into two or more separate procedures done on separate days. Liposuction by general anesthesia can be considered safe, however, liposuction totally by local anesthesia is safer.

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