No matter how much exercise you’ve done, that last bit of pudge won’t budge. Consider getting Liposuction in Manila, Philippines, where you’ll find high quality and value, but low affordable costs.
Liposuction (lipo) gets rid of stubborn fat deposits that diet and exercise leave behind. Common areas are abdomen, hips, thighs or male breasts.
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The Philippines is renowned for having some of the most hospitable people on earth. You’ll experience an amazing mélange of Malay, Spanish and American influenced architecture, foods and culture. Talk with your surgeon about the best time fully appreciate and plan a tour of the area before or after your treatments.
Ninety percent of the Filipino population speaks English, so communication will be easy. Filipino medical providers make up a huge number of Doctors, and nurses worldwide. They are highly trained graduates of top medical schools in Asia, Europe and the USA. Imagine getting care that rivals or surpasses that which you find at home, even when you bundle airfare, accommodations and food – all for 50-90% less than it would cost in your own country!
The average cost of Liposuction in Manila is around AUD $1,477 (NZ $1,591 UK £754, EUR €966, CAN $1,423, USD $1,051). That is an incredible savings compared to the cost of having the treatment at home - $7,188 in Australia. (NZ $7,744, UK £3,672, EUR €4,700, CAN $6,928, USD $5,116).
Research Lipo clinics in Manila, just as you would if you were having the procedure done in your home country. Talk to friends who may have had it done, read all the reviews you can find online, ask for references, check the surgeon’s Fellowships, certificates of training, and years of experience. Do the same for the facility where your services will be performed – How modern is it? Is their equipment state-of-the-art?
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You will get some form of anesthesia, and your surgeon will decide what is best for you, and the extent of the work you are having done. Possibilities are that you may get local anesthesia that makes only the area affected numb, IV sedation will relax you deeply – you might sleep, or be in a twilight state, or you may have general anesthesia, and be totally asleep.
The safest and most common technique uses micro-cannulas, which are about 2.8mm, and allow for controlled and detailed work.
Fat cells are infused with saline/local anesthetic/adrenalin mix. This combo increases safety, eases the removal process and makes for a less uncomfortable recovery.
Lipo is usually an out-patient procedure, but sometimes you may have the option for an overnight hospital stay.
You can read more about Liposuction at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery.
Lasers and ultrasound devices can assist in the micro-cannula liposuction procedure. Both the laser method and ultrasound (Ultrasound Cavitation) method work to dissolve the fat, making the tissue easier to extract via cannula.
Depending on the area (or areas) being worked, and the type of anesthesia selected for you by your surgeon, the surgery could take anywhere from two to seven hours.
You will have to wear a compression garment for some time after the surgery, to provide support, help in pain and inflammation reduction. You’ll also want to take it easy at first.
Depending on the area you have done, you can return to work in about a week, get back to low impact exercise in about a month. At about 3 months you will start seeing your results improving, and at 6 months you will start to see the end results.
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This article is meant for information purposes only and is not intended to be medical advice or instructions for medical diagnosis or treatment. Please consult with your doctor or a qualified medical professional before starting or changing medical treatment.