Nothing is as frustrating as when you’re working out everyday to acheive your dream body, and there’s a single body part that won’t cooperate.
You adjust your diet, schedule your weekly gym day with friends, and work out that stubborn spot every day… and yet nothing works.
Maybe it’s your back or your tummy, your thighs or your arms. Wherever it is, it’s stubborn, and it’s uncooperative; your body fats still won’t go away no matter what you do.
Liposuction is a surgical procedure designed to help get rid of stubborn body fat in unwanted areas in the body.
Commonly treated areas include the abdomen, breasts, hips, outer thighs, anterior thighs, inner thighs, knees, arms, buttocks, cheeks and neck.
Its goal is to contour the body so anyone can acheive their ideal body shape. But like other surgeries, it comes with potential side effects.
It’s important to study the risks and side effects of liposuction if you’ve decided on getting the surgery. These risks and side effects may temporarily halt your everyday activities for months, and
Here are some of the side effects you may end up experiencing:
- Swelling, post-retention, and bruising post-surgery, which is very common in all the surgeries
- Few visible minor scarring on the area where the liposuction cannulas were inserted
- Discomfort and pain after the surgery
- Numbness around the treated area
- Lumps or firmness under the skin
- Skin pigment
The best way to avoid liposuction side effects is to find expert doctors to perform the surgery on you.
Make sure they are experts in their field and that they are backed up by certifications and accreditations.
SKIN CLUB – Cosmetic Doctors houses a team of doctors who are members of the Australasian College of Aesthetic Medicine and the Australian Medical Association. Book an appointment today to get an obligation-Consultation, which ensures you a Personalised treatment plan that suits your needs specifically.
Click here to book online or dial (03) 9999 7368. You can also drop by our clinic at Studio 1 150A Chapel st. Windsor.