Liposuction is one of the most common cosmetic surgeries performed worldwide. With the surgical reduction of fat cells in certain areas of the body, such as the hips, abdomen, thighs or upper body, an attempt is made to improve the aesthetic body image of a person in order to give the patient a better body image and, in many cases, more self-confidence.
But liposuction is not an alternative to losing weight through healthy eating and exercise, but should only be seen as a supplement. Because despite the most modern methods and techniques, there are limits to liposuction. For example, obese people must first reduce their weight before liposuction can even be considered. Liposuction rather serves to combat stubborn fat deposits that do not disappear despite strict diets and exercise. However, as with all cosmetic surgery, potential patients should be aware that liposuction is a surgical procedure that, on the one hand, incurs costs and, on the other, carries risks.
You should never forget that cosmetic surgery is a medical procedure that can carry risks.