Few important questions a Plastic Surgeon should ask for a Liposuction procedure and important insights that he should give to the patients.

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Few important questions a Plastic Surgeon should ask for a Liposuction procedure and important insights that he should give to the patients.

An experience surgeon can visualize the ideal outcome for any liposuction consultation he sees. A veteran surgeon will also gives an honest and realistic advice to the patient on what to expect and what not to expect in a liposuction procedure. Below are the few basic but very important questions Dr Sanjay Parashar asks to all of his patients to understand and evaluate the patient. Each question has a specific reason to be framed and the specialist gather some vital information to plan for the guidance and procedure.
  1.  What body areas of Fat arebothering you the most?
  2. Why do you want to go for Liposuction?
  3. Do you have any weight fluctuations?
  4. How was your medical history?
  5. What are you expecting after the surgery?
Specialist then give the details of the procedure, what to expect, what anaesthesia will be used, how much of fat can be removed, what results to expect, what is the risk involved, duration of the procedure etc. In today’s modern world, there are numerous technologies available for liposuction. A good centre and experience doctors should have these options to choose from while designing the surgery for the individual. There are different technologies like, Radio Frequency assisted liposuction, vibration assisted liposuction, conventional liposuction etc. Liposuction is an art of removing excess fat from the right area in the right quantity to give the best results. It can be safe if certain guidelines are followed and give amazing results.  For more details on this procedure, email your photos and questions to hello@cocoona.ae or call +97143884589 for an appointment.
By |2017-09-26T11:47:02+04:00May 31st, 2014|General, Plastic Surgery|0 Comments

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