Liposuction is one of the most popular a type of plastic and cosmetic surgery that involves in the process of removing fat from the body for attempting desired shape.

Serious complications may include bleeding, infection, deep vein thrombosis and organ perforation. Death rate is very less which is about one per ten thousand cases. Safety of the technique involves not only with the amount of removal of tissue, but also to the choice of the person's overall health and anaesthetic condition. There are several factors that limit the proportion of fat which can be removed in single session. Removing too much fat include "lumpiness" in the skin which may term as negative aspect.

Areas like abdomen, thighs, backs and buttocks of the arms can be operated. Performance can be done under local, regional, or general anaesthesia. The technique involves using a negative pressure to clear out fat. People who are operated on should likely have a normal weight and go elasticity of the skin has to be good enough.

A French surgeon, Charles Dujarier first performed the relatively modern techniques for removal of fat and body contouring.

  • Spot reduction
  • Lipotomy
  • Cryolipolysis
  • Bariatrics
  • Toning exercises

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