Arm liposuction is just one of the many procedures that patients can obtain from the Dr Lanzer clinic, but how does arm liposuction work exactly? If you have been curious about the arm liposuction procedure or want to obtain more information on the different techniques or aftercare, be sure to read on!
How is arm liposuction executed?
Liposuction of the arm is a common cosmetic surgery procedure where an incision is made near the elbow, in the armpit crease or on the side, depending on the body of the patient. Once the incision is made, the surgeon will insert a tube better known under the name cannula. The cannula is meant to allow Dr Lanzer to place the special fluid in the fat. When the fat has been broken down, the surgeon can remove it through a high-pressure suction process. Skin, muscle, nerves and blood vessels surrounding the fat are left intact during this procedure.We need to mention that there a number of arm liposuction methods that make it easier for the surgeon to remove the excess fat and make the entire procedure less invasive. The first method that can be used during arm liposuction is the super-wet arm liposuction. During this procedure, the surgeon will inject a saline solution in the area where excess fat is going to be removed. A saline solution consists of local anaesthetic and adrenaline, which ensure that the fat deposits in the arm break down a lot easier.
Injecting the saline solution in the arm makes it a lot easier for the surgeon to remove the fat and has additional benefits for the patient as well. Patients who are getting this with a saline solution will have less trauma to the tissue surrounding the fat deposits and experience less swelling after the procedure. The adrenaline in the injected saline solution also plays a specific role, since adrenaline has the ability to reduce bleeding when the procedure is executed, subsequently reducing the risk during the procedure.
Arm liposuction can also be executed with the latest tumescent techniques, which can be compared to having the procedure with the saline solution. Compared to the saline solution technique, the tumescent technique uses a lot more fluid during the procedure and has the same benefits.
Discover Arm Liposuction Advantages!
An increasingly large amount of patients now opt for Arm Liposuction procedures. iposuction techniques may vary according to the body of the patient and the amount of fat that needs to be removed. To find out which technique is most beneficial to you, please make an appointment at the Dr Lanzer Clinic.
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The latest cosmetic surgery technique used in arm liposuction is the ultrasound-assisted liposuction technique or UAL. During this arm liposuction procedure, the surgeon will use soundwaves to break down the fat. The ultrasound-assisted technique still uses fluids to make the breakdown of the fat even more efficient. The ultrasound-assisted liposuction provides similar benefits as the tumescent fluid and saline solution liposuction techniques, more specifically reduced bleeding, reduced bruising and a minimal amount of trauma to the surrounding tissue, muscle and nerves.
What Can You Tell Me About Arm Liposuction Aftercare?
Even though arm liposuction is a minimal invasive cosmetic surgery procedure, there are some things to take into account when you leave the clinic. All patients who have arm liposuction done at the Dr Lanzer clinic are able to leave the clinic on the very same day.
Most arm liposuction procedures executed at the Dr Lanzer clinic occur under local anaesthetic. However, general anaesthetic is also a possibility depending on the estimated time it will take to execute the procedure.
The majority of patients can expect the treated area to be tender for a few days. You could compare this to feeling of exercising your arm too much. The most common symptoms patients experience after arm liposuction are light pain, burning sensation, slight swelling and temporary numbness.
Dr Lanzer may choose to prescribe you some pain medication and antibiotic ointment to prevent infection of the affected area. Dr Lanzer does not use Stitches for arm liposuction procedure.
Most patients will also have to wear compression bands on their arms after the liposuction procedure. The compression bands have a very specific purpose, because they are meant to reduce the swelling and keep the shape of the arm until the tissues have adjusted to their new shape. To ensure the best possible results after the arm liposuction procedure, we recommend following the instructions of Dr Lanzer and his medical team.
The minor bruising most patients experience after the arm liposuction procedure usually subsides within two-three weeks. Most patients can go back to work within a few days or a week after having the procedure, however, it is advised to wear the compression bands until the surgeon tells you it is safe to take them off.
What Results Can I Expect From Arm Liposuction?
As with most liposuction procedures, the results may vary from patient to patient. Although we can give you some indication of what you can expect, it is important to realise that everyone is unique and so are the results that come from arm liposuction.
The results obtained by arm liposuction are more long term, considering the patient maintains a healthy weight and lifestyle after the procedure. The results of arm liposuction may also vary according to the initial size and patient age and skin texture. However, this does not mean that older patients cannot take advantage of arm liposculpture, since there are many things we can do to make the arm look natural and defined.
How Can I Contact the Dr Lanzer Clinic for an Arm Liposuction Procedure?
Do you believe that arm liposuction could be beneficial to you? Do you want to discuss your options with Dr Lanzer? Feel free to book an appointment at the Dr Lanzer clinic by calling the Dr Lanzer clinic on 1800 444 333 and we will schedule an appointment for you as soon as possible.
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