As we all may know people may sometimes think of cosmetic surgery as a superficial way to enhance ones appearance and it’s not worth the risks involved in having any sort of elective surgery – well I have good news for you! Recent studies show that Lipoplasty also know as Liposuction may help more than just your appearance with removing of excess body fat and contouring. It may also be very beneficial to one’s personal well being.
Doctors have show that some Liposuction patients show a reduction in Triglyceride levels and white blood cells count. What does this all mean you may ask? Well it can decrease the risk of heart disease, strokes and diabetes.
The high levels of Triglyceride and Cholesterol in patients that underwent Liposuction or a Tummy Tuck, saw a reduction of up to 40% in these at-risk levels in both men and women. This is twice as effective as the medication given to patients to reduce this high level risk. Studies also show that Liposuction can have a reduced effect on your white blood cell count which reduces the risk of obesity, hypertension, coronary heart disease and diabetes.
Liposuction in a summary is the removal of the diet-resistant fat cells through a small stainless steel tube which is inserted into the hypodermic fat layer through little incisions in the skin. The most commonly treated areas on one’s body would be the tummy, waist or love handles, upper arms, legs, back, neck and breasts. With the removal of diet-resistant fat cells, Liposuction is also there to improve the whole contour of your body.
Liopsuction can be regarded as a long term effect on the body but its works in conjunction with maintaining it in this form with the help of a healthy and balanced meal plan and also regular exercise. Factors that may work against the desired result in Liposuction may be caused by weight gain, pregnancy, and lifestyle factors.
When considering undergoing a Liposuction or Tummy Tuck procedure, ensure that the Plastic Surgeon you are working with is a board certified doctor. Here are a few working with FHF across the country: http://www.fhf.co.za/doctor-finder/suburb.php