Liposuction for men in Thailand
Cosmetic surgical procedures for men are on the increase, and nothing is rising in popularity faster than Liposuction.
Liposuction in Thailand also called lipoplasty, liposculpture suction lipectomy, or lipo, is a type of Cosmetic Surgery which breaks up and “sucks” fat from various possible parts of the body, most commonly the abdomen, thighs, buttocks, neck, chin, upper and backs of the arms, calves, and back. The fat is removed through a hollow instrument – a cannula – which is inserted under the skin. A powerful, high-pressure vacuum is applied to the cannula.
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It is common practice to treat several areas in a single session for a full-body sculpting and contouring effect, resulting in a slimmer, more pleasing silhouette. Some of the problem areas treated are commonly referred to as “saddle bags”, under arm flab “Bat wings” “love handles”, “Muffin Tops”, “cankles”, “Man Boobs”, “Moobs” and “Double Chin”.
Men who undergo Liposuction generally have a stable body weight, but would like to remove undesirable deposits of body fat in specific parts of the body. It is not an overall weight-loss method – it is not a treatment for obesity. Liposuction does not remove cellulite, dimples or stretch marks. The aim is esthetic – the patient wishes to change and enhance the contour of his/her body.
What are the Uses of Liposuction for Men?
Liposuction for men is mainly used to improve how a person looks, rather than providing any physical health benefits. In many cases, the patient would probably achieve the same results, and sometimes better ones if they adopted a healthy lifestyle – good diet, regular exercise and a good night’s sleep every night.
Experts say that liposuction should ideally only be used if the individual did not achieve the desired results with a lifestyle change. For example, if some obstinate areas of fat that are resistant to exercise and diet.
When you gain weight each fat cell increases in size and volume. Liposuction reduces the number of fat cells in isolated areas. How much is removed from a specific area depends on its appearance and the volume of fat. Contour changes resulting from liposuction can be long-lasting, as long as the patient’s weight does not increase.
Liposuction is only done in relatively small areas of the human body, and is in no way a treatment for obesity or long-term weight loss. It should not be used if the person wants to get rid of stretch marks, cellulite, dimpling, or other skin surface irregularities.
Patients should discuss the pros and cons of liposuction with their GP (general practitioner, primary care physician) before deciding on whether to proceed. If the individual still wants to go ahead, they should talk to their surgeon sincerely about why they want to do it, what they hope to gain out of it personally, and what their expectations are.
Liposuction should only be carried out after a lot of thought.
Results are never dramatic; they are subtle.
The following body areas are commonly targeted for liposuction treatment:
- Inner knees
- Flanks (love-handles)
- Neckline and the area under the chin (submental)
- Thighs – saddlebags (outer thighs), and inner thighs
- Upper arms