Liposuction in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles Area

Last Revised on December 28, 2009

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Liposuction is surgery operation that is performed to remove the fat from many different locations in our human body. Areas include abdomen, thighs, buttocks, to the neck, backs of the arms and elsewhere. The fat is usually removed via a a hollow tube known as cannula and aspirator, which is a suction device.

Whether you are looking for a Beverly Hills breast augmentation, tummy tuck in Beverly Hills or even liposuction in Los Angeles, Rodeo Drive Liposuction can provide you all these all. They are located in Beverly Hills area in Los Angeles. Their facility meets the current highest level of safety and comfort. Their medical directors have graduated from the top universities in country like Stanford University and have performed residencies at a high expertise level. They offer the latest approaches to liposuction and use cutting edge technology in all that we do. The amount of fat that is removed varies by doctor, method, and patient, but the average amount is typically less than 10 pounds or 5 kg.

The way this clinic approach to liposuction is pretty unique. While it is becoming standard to offer “cookie cutter” procedures to most patients, they determine the best approach based on the person they are caring for. They perform conventional liposuction, tumescent liposuction, micro liposuction, power-assisted liposuction, or ultrasound-assisted liposuction (UAL). We examine your body type, fat distribution, skin type and many more.

How do you prepare yourself for a liposuction? Well, before performing any of the liposuction procedure on you, you shouldn’t take any anticoagulants for two weeks before the surgery. If you are receiving a general anesthesia or sedation, and the surgery will be in the morning, fasting from midnight the night before is required. If only local anesthesia will be used, fasting is not required. Smoking must be avoided for about two months prior to surgery. Nicotine interferes with circulation and can result in loss of tissue.

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