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This is an old revision of Male Cosmetic Surgery: Liposuction For Men made by JensfhKinnehv on 2018-11-12 02:23:31.

 

Drug reactions or overdose from lidocaine is fatal. Lidocaine is a drug that numbs the skin and large doses of this is used during liposuction. The effects of lidocaine are lightheadedness, restlessness, drowsiness, slurred speech, muscle twitching, and convulsions. Overdose of this drug may cause the heart to stop which is naturally fatal.













Do: Quit smoking. Everyone knows that cigarettes are bad for your lungs. But did you know they are in many other ways too? Consider quitting completely, but even if you can’t, you should at least drop the habit for two weeks before and after surgery. Cigarette smoking constricts blood flow and significantly hinders the delivery of oxygen and other healing materials from reaching the liposuction incision sites. 













Infections happen after any surgery and some physicians prescribe an antibiotic to patients having liposuction so it is important to keep the wound clean. Infections may be life threatening such as necrotizing fasciitis (bacteria eating away the tissue) or the toxic shock syndrome caused by bacteria associated with surgery.













Laser-assisted liposuction, or the zapping of unwanted fat by directed light energy, is one of the most promising methods of improved fat removal. Traditional liposuction, while effective, is fairly traumatic to the body and can cause a lot of bruising and swelling and usually involves some recovery after surgery.













As opposed to the traditional technique of a hollowed-out cannula insertion, loosening and beating up the fat tissue, and then sucking it out, this mechanical particulation is replaced by the heat of laser energy. Inside the liposuction cannula, fibers carrying laser light deliver their heat to the targeted fat breaking it down into a liquid 'soup' which can be suctioned out. In theory, the heat from the laser also causes the overlying skin to tighten.













I am all for any form of advancement in liposuction, which is a fairly traumatic procedure on the tissues. While effective, liposuction is still one of the most 'brutal' procedures that we as plastic surgeons do. Is laser-assted liposuction a better method of liposuction?.....ask me again in 5 years!













Don’t: Make the decision to have the operation to please someone else. All enhancements through cosmetic surgery should be done by individuals with otherwise healthy self-esteem. Choosing to undergo an invasive surgical procedure to please someone else may cause resentment in the end and may actually harm the relationship. 













Embolism occurs when tiny globules of fat trapped in the blood stream blocks the blood flow to the tissue. This may cause permanent disability. Signs of pulmonary embolism are shortness of breath or difficulty of breathing.













If you are considering ways to eliminate stubborn fat from your body, you may be thinking about the ultrasonic liposuction. This is one way that many modern doctors use to perform surgery that eliminates excess flab from certain areas of the body. Find out the facts on this method before you decide to get it.













In yesterday's publish, I talked about the educational needs to grow to be a plastic surgeon. Nowadays, I will chat about what I truly feel to be some individuality demands required to become a plastic surgeon.













Don’t: Ignore early signs of infection. Your physician will want to start you on a course of antibiotics if one or more of your incision sites get infected. Be sure to promptly report any increase in redness, inflammation or pain.













While there are many benefits of ultrasonic liposuction, there are of course some risks, as well. Some patients do experience blood clots after the treatment. They may also have permanent scarring and even damage to some internal organs as a result of the surgery. This is not the only liposuction method available, so it is important to compare the pros and cons of this one compared to others. The newness of this method provides it with some benefits not seen with other older procedures, but it also means more risk may be involved, so talk to your doctor before choosing.













Some artistic vision or talent is required. I will not know if you need to have a formal art degree, but getting a very good eye, and currently being able to deal with pores and skin, soft tissue, bone, and other materials that mimic the human human body, this kind of as dermal fillers, breast implants, and so forth., all help to make a good plastic surgeon.













The real question is....are they truly better than basic liposuction...and is the higher costs of using it worth it compared to traditional liposuction? (someone has to pay for the equipment purchase...and that someone is you the patient!) To date, laser-assisted liposuction is tremendously appealing, particularly to the general public. Historically, any treatment associated with the word, laser, always causes mass patient allure. No clinical trials have yet been reported however, that I have seen, that have ever directly compared any laser-assisted vs traditional liposuction procedure in patients. Nor has any large clinical trial been done that even compares two differently-treated patient groups, no matter how impossible it really is to 'match' patients from different groups. So while all laser liposuction devices are FDA approved, this stamp of approva applies primarily to the safety of the devices, not necesarily to how effective they are compared to traditional liposuction techniques.













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