During hip liposuction, fat deposits are removed
from the hips. This procedure is performed by flushing the area with saline and
then using a local anesthetic to contract the skin and blood vessels prior to
aspirating the fat.
- Lipo of hip
- Hip lipo
of the hip
Treated with Hip Liposuction:
Hip liposuction is performed in cases of fat deposits that are excessive
or resistant to exercise.
Weight loss is a non-surgical alternative to hip
liposuction. There are no comparable surgical alternatives.
with Hip Liposuction:
Hip liposuction can be performed with local
anesthesia. It can also be performed under general anesthesia, which means that
the patient is asleep and completely unaware during the procedure.
Complications from Hip Liposuction:
Possible risks following hip liposuction include
infection, bleeding, nerve damage, blood clots, scarring, pain, swelling,
muscle damage, blood vessel damage and a negative reaction to the anesthesia
that is used. It is also possible for the area to be uneven or asymmetric.
after Hip Liposuction:
The prognosis for a positive end result following
hip liposuction is good.
from Hip Liposuction:
Total recovery from hip liposuction takes two to