Liposuction is an effective way to remove and sculpt excess fat from localized areas to create a slimmer silhouette.
At Vita Esthetics our internationally experienced certified plastic surgeons perform liposuction to help patients achieve better body proportions and improve their confidence.
Common treatment areas include hips, abdomen, buttocks, chin, arms, and neck.
Liposuction surgery is not a substitute for weight loss, but it’s a safe and dependable way to remove localized fat that doesn’t respond to diet and exercise.
At Liposuction, surgeon will make tiny incisions near the area where the excess fat will be removed. Then, insert a thin vacuum tube through the incision, into the deep fat layer. The tube is gently moved back and forth, breaking up the fat and suctioning it out of the body.
Liposuction usually takes between one and two hours to perform. The time required, however, may vary depending on the target area and the amount of excess fat being removed.
After liposuction, most patients can return to work and routine activities within 1 week. An additional 3 weeks is required before you resume strenuous activities, exercise, and sports. You’ll need to wear a compression garment for 6 weeks after your surgery.
The best liposuction candidates are:
• Healthy adults within 25 pounds of their ideal weight (For patients with larger amounts of fat an abdominoplasty or tummy tuck may be appropriate.)
• If you have pockets of fat rather than excess skin.
• People who struggle with fat deposits that don’t respond to diet and exercise.
• People with good skin tone and elasticity.
Stay in Turkey
1 to 2 Days
1 to 4 Hours
4 to 7 Days
Mild (Vary On Individuals)
6 Months and Permanent
• Stop taking blood thinners 7 to 10 days before surgery.
• Quit smoking 2 to 3 weeks prior to the procedure.
• Say no to alcoholic beverages during the last 3 to 5 days.
• Avoid strenuous exercises 24 to 48 hours before transplant.
• Safeguard yourself against infections, even common cold.
• Avoid caffeinated drinks during the final 24 hours before surgery