Category: Liposuction

# Liposuction

What to Expect as You Recover From Liposuction

What to Expect as You Recover From Liposuction

Knowing what to expect after your liposuction procedure can help you to better prepare. While recovery can vary from person to person, you can expect to follow this general liposuction recovery timeline as you heal.

The First Week After Liposuction

Most people plan to take around seven to ten days off work to rest and recuperate after their liposuction procedure. During this time, you can expect bruising, swelling and tenderness and will be instructed to wear a special compression garment to help you feel more comfortable and to reduce swelling.

Plan to take it easy for the first week after liposuction, limiting physical activity and closely following your plastic surgeon’s guidelines.


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3 Cosmetic Treatments to Put Your Winter Body on Notice

3 Cosmetic Treatments to Put Your Winter Body on Notice

If you want to kick off next summer with a brand-new bikini body, give those bumps and bulges their marching orders. Once you’re ready to take action to get rid of fat pockets and cellulite, there are a few cosmetic treatments that really work.*

1. Liposuction

There’s nothing quite like liposuction for targeting and eliminating stubborn fat that won’t seem to go away through diet and exercise. Liposuction has long been the preferred plastic surgery procedure for swimsuit season. Your plastic surgeon can use liposuction to gently sculpt and refine the contours of your body. Remember that it takes some time to heal from liposuction and you’ll have some swelling for several weeks afterward, so consider planning your liposuction surgery well before bikini weather hits.


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4 Steps to Get Your Body Ready for Liposuction

4 Steps to Get Your Body Ready for Liposuction

If you’re planning to have liposuction, it’s time to get your body ready for surgery. Doing your part to prepare can lead to an easier recovery and even better results. While your plastic surgeon will give you specific instructions leading up to your surgery date, there are plenty of things you can get started on – even if you haven’t booked your procedure yet.

1.  Eat a Healthy, Balanced Diet

Eating healthy foods is a good idea anytime, and it’s of particular importance if you’re preparing for surgery. You should focus on eating nutrient-dense foods and avoid “junk food.” Choose a balanced eating plan; this is not the time to try a fad diet.

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