Liposuction Thailand

Aging individuals are worrying much of their physical appearance like of some unsightly and stubborn fat deposits found in some parts of their body, even if they diet and exercising,  the their appearance remain the same.  Liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic surgeries to solve this kind of problems.

What is a liposuction?

            This is a surgical procedure to remove the fat deposits and shapes the body.  The fat will be removed from under the skin using the canula, a vacuum suction device.    An electronic probe can also be use to break up the fats into small pieces and then removes with suction.

How can I find the best and trained liposuction doctors?

  • If you are decided to go for a liposuction, ask your friends for some referrals. 
  • By the advertisement.  Be careful about some ads.  They may give information about their product but the potential problems with the surgery are not on the ads.
  • Search for the doctor who is well-trained and experienced in performing liposuction.  Do not depend on cost.   Do not settle for the first surgeon or procedure you investigate.  You must understand and learn the other options.
  • Take your time in searching.   Do not be in hurry.  There will be an ample time to decide if you really need a liposuction.
  • Do not base your decision on the professional fee of the surgeon.  There are many doctors who are asking “just enough” for their service and yet they are skilled and experienced on performing liposuction.

What are the complications of liposuction Thailand surgery?

            Like other surgical operations, liposuctions have its risks and complication, and these are:

  • Embolism
  • Infection
  • Punctured wounds in the organs
  • Seroma
  • Changes in sensation
  • Swelling
  • Skin necrosis
  • Burns
  • Fluid imbalance
  • Anesthesia allergies

What will the patient expect before the liposuction?

            The patient must have an initial consultation with the surgeon to complete the physical examinations so the physician can determine if the patient is an acceptable candidate for a liposuction.  The candidate will be discussing some information and questions with the surgeon.    The patient must inform the doctors of the various medications, vitamins and supplements he/she is taking.   If the doctor decides that the patient needs liposuction, discuss the procedure thoroughly before making a final decision.     The doctor may prescribe antibiotic before and after the surgery to prevent infections.

What will the patient expect during the liposuction?

            The patient must inquire of what type of anesthesia the anesthesiologist will administer before performing the operation.  Some surgeons use local anesthesia and a sedative to be taken orally or injected from the syringe.    Other patient prefer general anesthesia to make her/him to sleep during the procedure.  This must be done in a hospital.

The surgeon will make a small incision in the area where the liposuction will be performed.  A hollow tube, a canula will be inserted.  The doctor will move this canula, back and forth to remove the fat.  The physician will monitor the amount of fat and fluid that are removed.    This liquid will be replaced using an intravenous line.