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The Safest Liposuction Ever


Liposuction is a common surgery that removes extra fat from certain body parts. The old way of doing this can hurt and take a long time to recover from. Now, there's a new, less painful technique called laparoscopic liposuction. It's done with local anesthesia, so it's safer.


What is Laparoscopic Liposuction?

Laparoscopic liposuction is a new, simple surgery. A small cut is made to put in a thin tube (laparoscope). The extra fat is then turned into liquid and removed. This way doesn't hurt the nearby tissues as much, so there's less pain and you recover faster.


Why Local Anesthesia?

Laparoscopic liposuction uses local anesthesia. This means you are awake, but don't feel anything in the area being treated. It's safer than general anesthesia because it doesn't make the person unconscious. It also has fewer side effects like feeling sick or dizzy.


Benefits of Laparoscopic Liposuction Under Local Anesthesia

Using a method that combines a type of fat removal surgery called laparoscopic liposuction with local anesthesia has many advantages. First, it lessens the chance of problems linked to general anesthesia. Second, it cuts down the recovery time because the process is not as invasive. Lastly, the surgery can shape the body accurately as the surgeon can talk with the patient during the operation, which allows for a more exact removal of fat.


Removing fat with a small cut and a local numbing medicine is a big step forward in cosmetic surgery. Ready to take your next step? Call us at 847-947-8444 to book your free consultation today!



With care,

BG Medical Center



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