Traditional liposuction

Traditional liposuction

SAL, Suction assisted liposuction, traditional liposuction.

The liposuction procedure consists in removing the subcutaneous fat tissue, with possibly minimal damage to other structures such as the skin, muscles, nerves and blood vessels. Current medical standards require that the procedure should be as little invasive as possible, i.e. in simple words it requires the smallest possible incisions. The first stage of the procedure is the injection of the treated area with a special saline solution and, among others, anesthetics and vasoconstrictor, which reduces the occurrence of complications and reduces side effects. Then, using a special cannula, the hydrated fat tissue is suctioned off.

With this method, we can remove excess unwanted fat from areas of the body, such as:

  • Abdomen
  • Waist
  • Inner thighs
  • Outer thighs
  • Knees
  • Calves
  • Back
  • Arms
  • Chin
  • Hamsters
  • Buttocks
  •  Banana fold
  •  Lipomastia, gynecomastia
  • Pubic area

However, it should be remembered that this method is called traditional for a reason. This is the oldest type of liposuction and causes fairly large, especially compared to modern methods, traumatization of surrounding tissues, and as a result, side effects and the probability of post-operative complications. The emergence of more and more modern technologies used to break up fat tissue allowed to improve the whole procedure, increase the effectiveness of the procedure and improve the patient’s safety and comfort for the doctor performing the procedure. Currently, the value of traditional liposuction is quite limited. Nevertheless, a variant of this method is still used, known as a syringe liposuction, where the pulled syringe plunger produces sucking power to remove fat. It is suitable for suctioning small fat accumulations and then transplanting tissue into such areas as the buttocks, breasts and the face, and for obtaining material rich in stem cells, which can then be used for various purposes and for treating various diseases, for example by orthopaedists or gynecologists. It is especially popular in centers that do not need and do not have to invest in expensive and specialist equipment.

  • The duration of the treatment depending on the extent of the procedure from 2 to 5 hours
    Required tests  

    morphology, ionogram, coagulogram, lipidogram, glucose, urea, creatine, Aspat, Alat, ECG patients older than 50

    anesthesia Tumescent anesthesia with intravenous sedation and analgesia
    Convalescence wearing a post-surgical clothing for about 4-6 weeks
    Sutures removal after 7-10 days

In our work, we are guided primarily by the good of patients and the desire to improve their quality of life.