A Brief Introduction to Liposculpture

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Many Los Angeles residents want a slimmer-looking figure due to reasons like peer pressure, media exposures, and even family advice. While exercise and diet are probably the best ways to attain a graceful looking figure, these options are not always possible for some people. Sometimes, genetics plays a hindrance in attaining a slim body because a parentís gene may dictate a personís figure.

If you face this dilemma, you may wish to take a closer look at liposculpture. The procedure promises a better-looking figure because it may remove fats in different regions of your body including so-called difficult areas like the abdomen and thighs. Liposculpture is minimally invasive and in some cases, patients may be able to drive home after undergoing the procedure.

Liposculpture also involves an incision wherein surgeons can introduce a saline solution to the fatty areas. Once the fat swells with the saline, the surgeon then sucks these out of a patient using medical equipment. If you wish to know some important points on the procedure, read the Q&As below.

How much is it?

Many liposculpture Los Angeles clinics may charge anywhere from $3,000 - $7000 or even more. The price depends on the areas that need treatment, operation costs and of course the surgeonís fees. If youíre concerned about budget, you must check your savings or insurance policy first before plunging heads on to the operating table.

How much will it hurt?

A patientís pain threshold will only matter after undergoing liposculpture Los Angeles procedure because it will dictate the pain he or she will feel. If you have a high tolerance for pain, you might only feel minor discomfort. However, if you have low pain tolerance, you might experience pain even after the recovery period.

How long is the recovery period?

Average healing time should be 4 to 8 weeks after undergoing liposculpture Los Angeles treatment. However, since surgery and actual recovery is not an exact science, it will greatly depend on your bodyís condition and your activities. If you plan to work after the surgery, you need at least 2 weeks for partial recovery, but you will be able to move around properly by then.

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