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Liposuction in Thailand

Liposuction in Thailand

What is liposuction?

Liposuction is the procedure used to remove fat deposits that you cannot get rid of with regular diet and exercise. 

However, liposuction is not suitable as a cure for being overweight. You can undergo liposuction pretty much anywhere on the body, such as the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks, arms or neck.

There are a few different liposuction techniques but they all commonly use a thin tube called a cannula that is inserted through tiny cuts in the skin connected to a vacuum. The liposuction results are generally long lasting as long as your weight remains stable.

At the consultation you will meet your surgeon to discuss any concerns and your goals. Your surgeon will examine you and may take some photographs for your medical records. 

Your surgeon will select the appropriate technique based on your treatment goals and  the area of your body being treated. 

Expect some pain, swelling and bruising after the procedure. The bruising will usually be visible for about a month.

How long does liposuction take?

Liposuction in Thailand is usually carried out under a general anaesthetic and a local anaesthetic and takes 1-3 hours, depending on the size of the area being treated.

How long does liposuction recovery take?

You will be out of bed on the same day as your surgery. The recovery time depends on the size of the area and the amount of fat removed. You should be able to return to work within a few days if you only had a small amount of fat removed. You should be back to your normal activities including exercise in three to four weeks.

What are the results of liposuction treatment?

With liposuction or lipo, as it’s commonly referred to, you can slim up your stomach by removing excess fat.

How do I get liposuction in Thailand?

Book a consultation and we will discuss your options for liposuction in Bangkok or another major city in Thailand. Azami will present you with discounted options among the best surgeons in your area.

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