Jafer Joffrey, MD 1321 Tower Road, Unit A Schaumburg, IL
(847) 995 9000
Thomas Wright, M.D., F.A.C.P., R.V.T. 4173 Crescent Drive Suite A St. Louis, MO
Marwan R. Khalifeh, MD 5454 Wisconsin Ave, Suite 1710 Chevy Chase, MD
Dr. Scott Gulinson Thunderbird Medical Plaza III: 5310 West Thunderbird Rd, Suite 308 Glendale, AZ
(623) 412-2229 ext 203
Dr. John Bergeron, MD 1961 West TC Jester #102 Houston, TX
A beautiful, youthful appearance is what people strive for to maintain their attractiveness. There are many factors that come with aging that blemish our skin and tarnish its fresh look. There are also many treatments to restore its once-vigorous luster.
Millions of women find dimpled patches of skin on their legs, thighs, buttocks and other areas of their body. These marks, known as cellulite, are on up to 90% of women's bodies. They are lumpy fat deposits that form underneath the visible skin, caused by hormones, genetics, diet and exercise.
Liposuction is a surgical procedure that alters the body's appearance by removing excess fat from deposits between muscle and skin. The fat is extracted by a suction pump attached to a stainless steel tube (a cannula), creating a firmer look and feel.
There are many forms of liposuction that only take a few hours, and they have minimal downtime and recovery periods. Some are non-invasive, thus have little to no scarring.
What is Tumescent Liposuction?
Tumescent Liposuction is a method of liposuction that involves injecting a large volume of diluted local anesthetic (lidocaine with epinephrine, a capillary constrictor) into the fatty areas of the skin, making the tissue swollen and firm. It can be used on the neck and jowels, arms, abdomen, buttocks, hips, inner and outer thighs, knees, legs, flanks (love handles) and enlarged male breasts. It is the most commonly performed version of liposuction.
Fluids are provided to the body through the subcutaneous injection, which contain a saline solution to break apart fat and constrict capillaries. The procedure eliminates the use of general anesthesia, pain medication (in the form of IVs narcotics), and sedatives, and the constricted capillaries prevent surgical blood loss.
What you will find on TumescentLiposuctionGuide.com
This site will explain what you need to know about tumescent liposuction in detail. If you are interested in the procedure and want to learn more about it, our guide will:
- Inform you about the technique
- Outline the procedure from start to finish
- Explain the differences between Tumescent Liposuction and other forms of liposuction
- Highlight recovery times and methods
- Map out procedure costs
- Help you locate the nearest qualified Tumescent Liposuction surgeon
Alternatives to Tumescent Liposuction
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