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Recovery after liposuction can take time, but there are ways you can help ease your recovery and speed up the process.
Liposuction is considered a relatively safe procedure but, as with almost any other cosmetic procedure, it has the potential to cause complications. If you follow the aftercare advice given by your cosmetic surgeon and our top tips in this blog post, the chances of your recovery going smoothly should increase.
If you have suffered from cosmetic negligence as a result of your liposuction going wrong, you may be entitled to compensation. Call our expert team today on 0808 273 6104 or fill in our online contact form to arrange a call at a time convenient for you.
Liposuction is a standard cosmetic procedure used to remove unwanted fat from specific areas of the body.
Liposuction is generally performed in the following areas: tummy, thighs, hips, and buttocks. The best results are generally seen when the patient is of average weight, and the skin over the concerning area is tight. The tightness of the skin allows for the patient to not have skin hanging loose following the procedure.
As with all cosmetic surgery procedures, there are some potential risks:
Liposuction involves sucking fat from the body through a tube. A small incision is made at the operation site and a cannula is inserted. The fat will then start to be removed through the tube. Once the procedure is complete, the wounds are sewn up and are expected to heal relatively quickly.
There are a variety of liposuction procedures:
One person’s recovery can differ from another’s, so it is vital that you ask your cosmetic surgeon for their advice on how to ease and quicken your recovery post-surgery. Take a look at our tips below on how to aid your recovery.
If you have suffered due to negligence on the part of your surgeon after liposuction, our team is on hand to help. Contact us today for a call with one of our experts on 0808 252 0175.