A Comprehensive Guide to Liposuction

Medications,And,Supplement,For,Weight,Loss.,Cropped,Of,Beautiful,Young Liposuction is a body contouring procedure that removes stubborn areas of fat. While exercise and a healthy diet are ideal for weight loss, they may not always reduce targeted areas of fat. This means that while you may be losing weight, you may still struggle to achieve your desired figure.

At the Plastic Surgery Center of Dallas, Dr. Rachel Walker provides SAFELipo®, an innovative liposuction procedure to reduce fat and sculpt the body without damaging surrounding tissue. Here’s what you need to know about the SAFELipo procedure.

What Is SAFELipo?

SAFELipo is a liposuction method that focuses on fat reduction and reshaping to provide higher-quality results than traditional liposuction. SAFE stands for separation, aspiration, and fat equalization.

Separation of the fat means that the targeted fat cells are isolated to prevent damage to the surrounding tissues and fat cells. Then, the fat is removed. Finally, Dr. Walker utilizes a probe to equalize the remaining fat, which is when the fat is redistributed around the area to create a smooth, natural appearance and prevent an unbalanced figure.

Candidates for SAFELipo

Candidates for SAFELipo are those in generally good health with no underlying medical conditions that could increase risks or impact their recovery. We also recommend waiting until you have reached a stable weight before receiving this treatment, as weight fluctuations after the procedure can impact your results.

Post-Operative Care and Recovery

While SAFELipo minimizes trauma to the body, you may still have some bruising and discomfort. Dr. Walker may prescribe pain medication and compression garments to minimize pain and discomfort during recovery.

During the recovery period, be sure to avoid strenuous activities. Your doctor will tell you when you can resume light, normal, and strenuous activities. In most cases, light exercise, such as walking, is recommended in the days immediately following surgery to increase blood flow.

Finally, we recommend committing to a healthy lifestyle, including regular exercise and a balanced diet to maintain a healthy weight. Additionally, you should wait until your last child before having liposuction, as any future pregnancies could cause fat deposits and excess skin.

Schedule a SAFELipo Consultation in Dallas, TX

To learn more about SAFELipo in Dallas, TX, speak with Dr. Walker at the Plastic Surgery Center of Dallas. Contact our office today at 972-661-5077 to schedule a consultation.

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