The number of fat cells increases in the human body until childhood. However, after the age of 4, while the increase in the number of fat cells stops, the increase in volume continues throughout life.
There are two main ways for individuals with excess body weight to lose their weight. These are diet and exercise. However, despite all these efforts, there may be regional fat deposition that is difficult to get rid of. The operation operate to remove excess fat tissue from these areas is entitled liposuction.
That is to say, liposuction is not an operation for weight loss, but for body shaping and removal of stubborn regional fat deposition. The most stubborn areas of this lubrication can be counted as the hip regions, waist region, abdomen, inner thighs and inner knees.
This operation is operated through cannulas by entering through incisions of approximately 0.5-1 cm to be made around the areas where liposuction will be applied. Consequently, it differs from other operations by the reason of very small amount of post-operative scars.
It can be a complement to many other aesthetic operations, on the other hand good results can be obtained by implementing it alone in suitable candidates. Today, with the development of technology, it has enabled the use of many liposuction method of administration.
The use of suitable compression garments and the application of lymphatic massages after the liposuction operation contribute to better final results.