Liposuction for Multiple Areas?
- Asked by Kristella in Youngstown,OH
- 4 years ago
Liposuction of multiple areas
Liposuction to multiple areas can be performed in a single session in a healthy individual patient. Good luck
Liposuction of multiple areas is done all the time
You are young and healthy. And only relatively small amounts of fat need to be removed from the neck and the arms. So liposuction of these areas can be done safely together, with good technique, of course.
That is probably too many areas to do justice to at 1 surgery
Depending on the size of the areas, your health etc. most cases would be divided up into 2 procedures which could be done 1 week apart if all things considered. Definitely don't try it under general aneshesia if you can help it. That is where most of the risks are. Please see a few docs and see what they recommend once they see you.
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I would not recommend more than a total of 5,000 cc or 5 liters of fat removal. This is what is considered safe for outpatient surgery center surgeries.
So multiple areas can be safe, just depends on how long you will be under anesthesia. And ofcourse also how health you are is important.
Liposuction of multiple sites
It is common for patients to undergo liposuction of multiple sites, including all of the sites that you have mentioned. With that in mind, patient safety is always the number one priority. Several factors must be met to ensure that the procedure is done safely.
1) Have your procedure performed in an accredited surgical facility by a board-certified plastic surgeon. A survey based on more than 400,000 operations showed that, under these circumstances, the risk of serious complication is less than one-half percent.
2) Minimize the risks of developing a lower extremity deep venous thrombosis. This means discontinuing use of oral contraceptives and informing your surgeon if you have any clotting or blood disorders predisposing you to DVT.
3) Large volume liposuction (>5L) should not be performed on an outpatient basis. If the amount of fat that you need to have removed is greater than that, your procedure shoulld be split into multiple procedures.
Hope this helps. Best of luck.
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