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Liposuction Surgery in Turkey

 

Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery used to remove excess fat from specific areas of the body that are hard to lose from traditional exercise or diet. This is not a weight loss procedure and is more commonly performed to reshape certain areas of the body such as stomach, hips, thighs, and buttocks for aesthetic appearances.

Preparing for Liposuction Surgery



Before Liposuction surgery the surgeon will do a medical examination to assess your eligibility for this procedure. They will discuss your overall goals and aesthetic preferences, as well as any underlying health conditions, and current medications or supplements that you may be taking.

The doctor will assess if you have good skin elasticity, take photographs for your medical history, and check your weight and BPI. They will also need to undergo some laboratory tests where the doctor will take a full blood count and book you in for a mammogram to check for the percentage of fatty tissue.

It is important to share accurate information with the surgeon before the procedure and follow the preoperative process. This may include some of the following:

– Stop Smoking
– Avoid Anti Inflammatory drugs
– Maintain a healthy diet and hit your weight goal

Essential information for Liposuction


Duration: 1-2 hours
Hospital Stay: One night
Full Recovery: 4-6 months
Results: 1-3 months

Liposuction Cost in Turkey


The cost for Liposuction in Turkey starts from £1500 and includes VIP transportation, hotel accommodation, and all medical fees. This usually includes aftercare, but it  is important to check this is included in the price.

Turkey has become one of the world’s top destinations for liposuction, with an advanced healthcare system and a wide range of highly qualified surgeons, It is no wonder people consider this country for medical tourism.

When choosing a surgeon for Liposuction in Turkey you should ask to see before and after photos, credentials they hold, and how many years they have been practicing, and if the hospital is registered with any health authorities.

The Turkish Ministry of Health ensures high standards for any clinics they have registered, and many hospitals have international accreditations, so despite the cost being lower than most countries this does not reflect the quality of service being offered in Turkey. 

Price
Liposuction
VIP Transfer, 5 Star Hotel, Medical Fees
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£1,500

Liposuction Procedure

 

The Liposuction procedure starts by the surgeon making marks on the body where the fat will be removed. They will then inject the area with anesthetic and make an incision to allow the suction tube to be inserted so they can loosen up fat and suck it out. The process typically takes about 1-3 hours and is done under general anesthesia.

Depending on the type of liposuction the surgeon may use a few different techniques.

Traditional Liposuction – A cannula is used for this procedure and holes the sizes of between 2 to 3 millimeters are created. This leaves minimal scarring on the patient’s body and is used to remove fat in all areas but mainly the hip, back, and belly sections.

Laser Liposuction – Known by all three names – Laser liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, or SmartLipo, this is a modern technology that allows the breakdown of fat cellular deposits, before they are extracted. One of the great advantages of this particular procedure is that it not only reduces the fat deposits but it also helps to tighten any loose skin when extracted.

Vaser Hi-Def liposuction – VASER stands for vibration amplification of sound energy at resonance where waves of ultrasound are used to disrupt the bonds between fat cells. The Vaser method makes use of ultrasound wave technology. It helps to melt the fat first. Used primarily as the preferred method to remove belly fat.

Liposuction Recovery



Typically it can take 4-6 weeks for the body to fully recover from liposuction, but you should be able to do some gentle exercise 3-4 weeks after surgery. After one week the stitches will be removed and usually you can return to work one week after the operation.

Immediately after surgery you will experience some pain and swelling, but you will be prescribed painkillers and antibiotics to help reduce any discomfort. It is advised not to drive 24 hours after surgery and to wait 48 hours before taking a bath.

From six weeks and beyond you will see the majority of swelling and bruising subside and will most likely not need to use the compression garment. The corset should be removed when taking a bath and be worn for at least six weeks.

Liposuction Risks


As with any surgery there are some risks, so it is essential to discuss any concerns you have with your doctor before going ahead with Liposuction. Some of these risks include:

– Fluid Build ups
– Contour irregularities
– Fat Embolism
– Kidney and Heart Problems

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    Liposuction was the leading surgery performed in Turkey in 2022, and the risk for having this done in Turkey is no different to any other country. However with any surgery there are risks, so choosing a reputable clinic and surgeon may reduce complications.

    During an initial consultation and examination the surgeon will be able to advise you on the areas for Liposuction, but they typically include:

    – Hips and thighs
    – Upper back
    – Chest
    – Arms
    – Waistline and stomach
    – Buttocks
    Chin and neck

    It is recommended to stay for 4-7 nights for this procedure, so the surgeon has a follow up appointment with you before you fly home.

    Disclaimer:


    The content on this website is not intended to serve as a replacement for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is important to seek medical advice from a medical practitioner before undergoing any surgery.

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