Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Liposuction and Tummy Tuck surgeon in Mumbai

Tummy Tucks versus Liposuction

Which is a good fit for you?

The yearning for an energetic level and smooth stomach is regular, yet so is perplexity about the most ideal approach to accomplish it. In our practice, we get numerous incredible inquiries from patients about liposuction and tummy tucks (abdominoplasty).


Which technique is best to get a truly level and smooth stomach?

For most patients, a tummy tuck is the surest approach to accomplish this outcome. Liposuction is a great device for evacuating fat in zones of the body with tight skin, for example, the hips, saddle-back and flanks. Be that as it may, stomach skin has frequently lost its versatility (stretchiness) on account of age, weight addition, pregnancy or some blend of those elements. In the event that you then uproot the fat with liposuction, the skin won't withdraw and will hang. Interestingly, abdominoplasty uproots the fat as well as the additional skin and takes care of the muscles. 

Which strategy is the most mainstream?

We get the most calls for liposuction in light of the fact that when you think about the two operations, liposuction—where you are just evacuating the fat—is a much shorter operation and has a less demanding recuperation. You don't have a long scar, you don't need to spend a night in the clinic, and you are back to work snappier.

With abdominoplasty, you do two things: You dispose of the additional skin and fat, and you take care of muscles that have extended with either pregnancy or weight pick up. Fixing both skin and muscle is essential, particularly for ladies who have had numerous pregnancy.

Will either system help with weight reduction?

Neither one of the procedures is a weight reduction device. They are body-molding instruments. 

In a perfect world patients ought to lose whatever weight they need to lose before the system, in light of the fact that weight reduction or weight increase after the technique could hurt the outcomes. Weight reduction after a tummy tuck may make free skin—the principle issue a tummy tuck should fathom. Then, weight increase after a tummy tuck could prompt fat gatherings in another piece of the body other than the stomach, for example, the back, hips or face.

Could liposuction and a tummy tuck be consolidated?

Yes. When we do a tummy tuck, we generally do some liposuction on the sides and hips. In any case, we must be cautious of the blood supply with the stomach skin that is being pulled down, so we don't do liposuction around there. Issues with blood supply can defer recuperating, so you would prefer not to overcompensate liposuction with an abdominoplasty. But the sides are ok.