Plastic surgery, known as liposhaping, reshapes these fats that are not affected by regular diet and exercise and provides the desired physique.

It also prevents possible health risks by preventing fat accumulation in certain areas.

Therefore, liposhaping can be considered as a highly effective treatment method in the presence of this type of lubrication.

Because for many people, especially after the age of 30, it becomes very difficult to lose weight and get rid of regional fat.

Even if regular exercise is done and a certain amount of weight loss is achieved, there will be no change in the fat in areas such as hips and hips. In such cases, it would be correct to apply liposhaping.

In Which Areas Is Liposhaping Applied?

The type and area of ​​fat accumulation differs in each person. Liposhaping is a method that focuses on fat tissues that are caused by genetic factors and cannot be removed by normal methods. In general, fat accumulation occurs in the hips, waist circumference, belly area, legs and neck in women.

In men, the belly and waist circumference are the areas with the most fat. In addition, neck region, breasts and intra-abdominal fat are also common problems in men.

In the areas where fat is transferred, there are no sutures. However, a small amount of edema can be observed in the area, and swelling usually occurs in the filling areas up to 2 weeks after the surgery. The main effect of the surgery becomes evident after about 1 month. In order to get rid of the edema accumulated in the body faster in the post-processing period, it is recommended to consume plenty of fluids and regular walking.