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In our high calorie, sedentary Western society many of us hope to perfect ourselves they way it is done around here... and that is instantaneously.
This is usually how we reason...
Wouldn't it be great if we could avoid the gym all together; have one simple operation to remove all of our figure trouble spots?
In our quest to look perfect many of us are willing to do just about anything to realize a dream including having all of our fat sucked out (in large quantities).
This article is going to delve deeply into those questions, and hopefully provide some clarity.
Large-volume, full body liposuction is defined as:
The difference between large-volume liposuction and regular lipo is the amount of fat removed in a single sitting. Large volume liposuction removes quantitatively more fat than does regular or micro-liposuction.
Patients who are within 15 to 20% of their ideal weight can have fat removed across the entire figure.
A little off here and a little off there...
That is where the term "full body liposuction" comes from.
For patients who are very overweight, 5 liters of aspirate can be removed from a single or couple of locations on the body. For these patients "full body liposuction" and large-volume liposuction (LVL) may not be synonymous.
Large volume liposuction carries with it greater risk than its smaller volume counterpart.
The risks come from two factors:
So, in order to protect the safety of patients surgeons must conduct a careful health screening.
Not everyone is a good candidate for full body liposuction (LVL).
When LVL is employed, it is really important that the physician understand and respect its limits. It's important to take your time picking a board-certified plastic surgeon - one who isn't afraid to properly advise you.
Just because they CAN perform the surgery... doesn't mean they should.
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