Almost all liposuction procedures use what’s called a tumescent technique to minimize bruising and blood loss. The fat that’s removed can be purified and transferred to the buttocks, face, or other areas to restore volume loss or create a desired body shape.
After the procedure
The results of liposuction typically come in stages, varying by individual. You’ll likely see some results immediately after surgery, but swelling and bruising are normal and take weeks to resolve. “Some residual swelling will persist for several months, It’s also common to have some weight gain due to swelling and the tumescent fluid that was injected. This will resolve over time.” Most people see final results six months after surgery, but you may continue to see improvements for up to a year.
Most doctors recommend taking at a week off from work and your regular routine. (Those who undergo a small amount of liposuction may only need a few days.) To prevent blood clots and discourage swelling, light walking is usually recommended starting the day of surgery. Heavy exercise and other strenuous activities should be avoided for two to three weeks.
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*Disclaimer: The information provided on this site is for general informational purposes only, and does not replace the need for a consultation with a plastic and reconstructive surgeon before undergoing a surgical procedure. Results are not guaranteed and may vary according to health condition, weight, skin type, individual needs and other factors.