Hello, dear doctors! I'm asian female. 32 years old. I had facial liposuction 17 days ago. Water assisted, had 4 holes, only 2 stitches after operation. Had 45 cc of fat removed. I wonder can today's result improve more dramatically with time or it is very close to my final result? Is 45cc of fat was enough to get maximum good results? Also, I had a some loose skin. Now this situation improved a little. Does it due swelling, can it go loose again after swelling is gone?Thank you very much!
Is It my Final Results? (photo)
Doctor Answers (10)
17 days after liposuction is not the final result.
The photographs purportedly show a preop and a 17 day postop photograph. Everything looks good for now. Improvement will be seen for many months however.
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45 cc enough in Chin Liposuction
You are early in your recovery. Your result will continue to improve over the next 1-2 months. It is really not the amount you take out but what you leave in not produce irregularities.
Is this my final result?
It can take a few months before the final result of the liposuction is evident, and you may notice further changes. I would recommend communicating any concerns with your surgeon, as they know the extent of your procedure and exactly what was performed. I hope this helps, and I wish you the best of luck.
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Your results are very good at 17 days, but you will probably need 3 months or more to see your final results. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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Final results after liposuction take three or more months
After liposuction of any part of the body, the operative site remains swollen for a few months. Usually after the first week or so, there is a definite visual improvement but if one feels the involved area, it is firmer that usual because of the unavoidable trauma associated with surgery.
I tell my patients that when the feel of the operative area has returned to the softness that was present before surgery, they have their final results. This may take as long as three months or longer.
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Liposuction of neck
At 17 days you are still a bit early from liposuction of the neck. I would give it a few months to settle down before you will see the final result.
Facial liposuction results at 3 weeks
Based upon the before and after photos supplied, it looks like you have a very reasonable outcome evolving. I would encourage you to stay patient until about the 3 month mark to appreciate the final result. Of course be sure to keep all your follow-up appointments with your operating surgeon to make sure you are staying on target with your recovery. Glad to help... @drryanstanton
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First, great initial results.
3 weeks is about as early as one is likely to see results after liposuction. I typically do not do before and after pictures for comparison purposes until 6 to 8 weeks after surgery. The facial liposuction will continue to improve over the next 4 to 6 months.
Early Facial Liposuction Results
At less than 3 weeks after facial liposuction, you are far from seeing the final result. The three month mark after surgery would be a better benchmark of the results. The removal of 45ccs from the face is significant (even though much of that may be the injectate) and I would expect to see a significant result from that much fat removed.
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Post procedure healing
Thank you for posting a picture, it looks as if you already have a contour in your jawline. Please be patient, your final results can be seen within 6 months. Continue to follow up with your surgeon about your post-op results.
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