Liposuction in the UK is very successful, but results obtained by individual patients are dependent on several factors. The perfect candidate for liposuction is someone who is a stable, healthy weight who has specific areas of stubborn fat which cannot be removed with diet and exercise alone. Good skin elasticity will also aid a successful outcome, as the skin will fit better to the reduced contours and, for this reason, younger people may find that they achieve better results. It is also important to have good overall physical health and also realistic expectations. Liposuction is not a quick fix or a cure for excessive weight gain and is not suitable for obese or very overweight candidates. It may surprise you to know that fat itself does not weigh much. Therefore, even if two pints of fat is removed during liposuction, this may result in only two or three pounds of weight loss. This could be very disappointing to someone who thinks that a stone or two could easily be shed. It should also be pointed out that liposuction is not suitable for removing cellulite and cannot cure saggy or stretch-marked skin.
However, if you are looking for an effective way of ridding your body of specific, small pockets of fat to improve the shape and contour of your figure, then you are likely to get good results with Liposuction in the UK.
Apart from heavily overweight people, there are also other patients who are unsuitable for liposuction. Pregnant women or nursing mothers should not undergo liposuction, nor should, children, teenagers, diabetics or patients with kidney or other medical problems. If you are a smoker and will be undergoing traditional suction procedures involving a general anaesthetic (this is usually for removal of larger areas of fat, but is not now commonly carried out), you will be asked to give up your cigarettes a minimum of two months before the operation. This is because smoking increases the likelihood of complications and can also delay the healing process.
If you are thinking of having liposuction in the UK, it is essential to have a thorough consultation with a qualified surgeon, to find out whether you are a good candidate for the procedure. Your surgeon should explain all the risks to you as well as the benefits and clear instructions should be given on both pre and post operative care. The more suitable you are as a patient, the more likely you are to attain successful results. All cosmetic procedures, no matter how safe, all carry an element of risk. It is, therefore, important to do plenty of research so that you have a good knowledge of the risks and benefits associated with liposuction in the UK.
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