Liposuction or Liposphere Therapy?

Liposuction or Liposphere Therapy?

A slim figure with chiseled curves is the dream of any girl. In the pursuit of a perfect body, representatives of the fair sex exhaust themselves with strict diets and heavy workouts, but this does not always lead to the desired result.
Thanks to the development of modern aesthetic medicine, technologies have appeared that allow you to quickly and effectively remove excess fat in problem areas, tighten the skin and eliminate cellulite. The most effective methods of figure correction are liposuction and Liposphere Therapy.

What is liposuction?

Liposuction is a cosmetic operation to remove fat deposits surgically. Liposuction allows you to correct problem areas of the body, for example, the abdomen, thighs, buttocks.
The procedure begins with the destruction of the fat layer with the help of a special solution injected into the subcutaneous fat. Then a thin tube (cannula) is inserted into the skin incisions. With the help of it and a vacuum device, excess fat is sucked out.
Liposuction does not help in the treatment of obesity, since it does not affect the cause of this disease. And in the absence of changes in the lifestyle, the extra pounds return quite soon. In addition, this method of figure correction has a number of contraindications and threatens with some complications.

Contraindications and possible complications of liposuction

After the procedure, the following complications may occur:

  • reduced skin sensitivity;
  • pigmentation disorder;
  • hematomas, swelling, hyperemia;
  • inflammatory process in the area of incision application with infection;
  • fatty thromboembolism (life-threatening);
  • the body’s reaction to anesthesia and anesthesia;
  • a condition close to anemia, due to blood loss.

For people with certain diseases, liposuction is contraindicated. These include men and women who have been diagnosed with:

  • varicose veins;
  • 2-3 degrees of obesity;
  • allergic reactions to the components of drugs;
  • poor blood clotting;
  • a tendency to keloid
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