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What is The Difference Between Lipodissolve and Liposuction?

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When talking about the comparison between liposuction and lipodissolve you must first look at the name as it is intended to be. In liposuction, the fat cells are sucked out of the abdominal region, however when discussing lipodissolve we are talking about dissolving the fat cells. Liposuction is generally a quicker procedure in which an injection is used just to loosen up the fat cells to allow a vacuum to suck the fate cells from the abdominal region. Lipodissolve is used to get rid of the fat cells that will not loosen up from the injection.

There are many risks involved with a dissolving procedure as compared to a liposuction. Because of these possibilities of complications, the surgeon may inquire whether you have certain medical issues. These medical issues may include cancer, recent surgical procedures, HIV, hepatitis, kidney diseases, bleeding disorders, pregnancy or even if the patient is currently nursing a child. These are important medical facts that are needed to determine if it is safe for you to undergo a either procedure.

If you are able to undergo either procedure, the great news is that shortly after the procedure you will be able to get up and about but it is suggested to relax for at least the first 48 hours proceeding the surgery.

In general, one would choose to undergo liposuction in order to sculpt the fat throughout the torso area in certain areas that may have excessive amounts. On the other hand a lipodissolve procedure is great for removal of all fat from a certain area such as the abs. This is a great choice for men who would like to show off a set of six pack abs.

Like any surgical procedure, it is very important that you do as much research and ask as many questions that you can. This knowledge will help you to later make well informed decisions regarding your upcoming liposuction or lipodissolve procedure. Knowing all about the procedure will help you to understand your options better as well as help you to achieve better results. Make sure you discuss all of your options with your surgeon during your consultation and ask for any quotes and estimates related to your individual procedure.

Source by Dr. Jim Greene