What is the process of Microlipo?
Large volumes of dilute mix of local anaesthesia and tumescent fluid are injected into the areas to be treated, which then swell and become firm; a process known as tumescence.
A tiny tube called a microcannula, connected to a suction or vacuum, then sucks the tumescent fluid from the body, removing the fat.
Unlike traditional liposuction, where the cannula diameter is six to 10 millimetres, microcannula are smaller, allowing the fat to be removed in a slower and more uniformed manner. This results in a smoother finish, and the procedure is so minimally invasive it leaves almost no trace any work has been carried out. One of the main benefits of microlipo is the elimination of the need for pain medication after the procedure, as the effect of the local anaesthetic lasts for many hours.
Tumescent liposuction, when done correctly and in the right quantity, is proven to be the safest form of liposuction. This is because the anaesthetic solution shrinks the capillaries thereby reducing surgical blood loss. Complications arising from microlipo are thus extremely rare.
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