|PAI in Bangkok||Phuket Hospital||Bangkok Hospital Samui||Bandon Hospital Samui|
|1500 / site||First 2 sites:3200
Extra point: 450
Extra site: 618
Inner Thighs: 1670
|Stay in Hospital||
|1 night||1 night||1 night||1-2 nights|
Lipoplasty in Thailand is a procedure that sculpts and reshapes the body to attain the ideal shape you’ve always wanted. Sometimes exercise and diet simply cannot achieve that sexy curve you’ve always wanted to your waist or hips and now with this perfected technique you can have the body you’ve always wanted.
The lipoplasty technique uses ultrasonic vibration to liquefy fat cells and is often used in conjunction with tumescent liposuction for better, smoother results. Lipoplasty is used to remove excess fat from specific locations in the body and creates a more sculpted, toned appearance.
What is the length of the surgery?
Lipoplasty in Thailand generally takes 4 – 5 hours to complete.
Who is a candidate for liposuction?
There is no guideline for weight, but the ideal candidate will have problem areas where fat deposits have accumulated and who wants these areas slimmed down for a more pleasing aesthetic appearance.
How is the surgery performed?
Lipoplasty is often done in conjunction with tumescent liposuction. Saline, adrenaline and local anaesthesia are infused into the area being treated to cause swelling and this means that the surgeon can work closer to the surface of the skin for better results. The high frequency soundwaves used in lipoplasty liquefy the fat cells, making removal easier. Small incisions are made to insert the cannula, which is a hollow tube attached to a suction machine that will literally suck the fatty tissue from the area. After the procedure you may either receive sutures or not, depending on the technique used.
What does a patient expect from lipoplasty in Thailand?
The patient can expect to have a slimmer, more contoured body shape and a more well-proportioned look to the figure. Often the patient will notice a reduction in the appearance of cellulite.
What are the risks and side effects involved in lipoplasty?
Patients may suffer from infections, nerve damage, bruising, swelling and scarring. In the case of too much fat being removed, nausea and vomiting may be experienced and the skin may develop an uneven appearance.
How long must the patient stay in hospital?
The patient will be expected to spend one night in hospital before they can be discharged.
Are there any noticeable scars?
Scarring should be minimal due to the small incisions made. These minor scars will fade over time.
It may vary from general to local anaesthesia depending on the extent of the work being done.
Frequently asked questions:
How to prepare for lipoplasty in Thailand?
The patient should stop the intake of any alcohol two weeks prior to the surgery. They should also stop smoking and taking medications and vitamins at the same time.
Are the results of lipoplasty permanent?
Yes they are, unless the patient gains a significant amount of weight after the procedure, which will likely encourage the re-growth of fat cells.
How long will it take to recover from lipoplasty surgery in Thailand?
You can expect to experience bruising and swelling for 1 – 2 weeks after the lipoplasty procedure. Avoid all strenuous activity for at least the first 4 weeks, although your doctor will encourage you to begin slow gentle walking after the swelling is reduced to prevent blood clots.