Those who has seriously fought against overweight know well that actually you can lose weight in a reasonable degree, but the fat layer by no means disappear equally from every part of the body. It stays with persistent insistence on certain parts: the fat grows most endouringly on the female hip, which spoils the form of the body more than anything - apart from the abdomen.


The problem

The multiplex or localized exess fat tissue on any part of the human body. It can appear in the form of contour irregularities caused by fat deposits on the face, the neck, the arm, the breasts, the stomach, the trunk, the inner and outer surface of the thighs, the knees and the ankles.

The intervention

Liposuction does not aim at body weight reduction but the removal of the fat accumulation causing troublesome contour irregularities. A significant part of the fat tissue excess is removed with the help of vacuum. After having made a 2-3 mm-long incision on a hidden place, metal suction pipes of adequate size and shape are inserted into the fat tissue under the skin and the necessary amount of fat is removed from the designated spot. The duration of the operation depends on the size of the body area to be treated and the thickness of the fat tissue. If one or two areas are treated, the use of local anaesthetic is enough. If more than two and larger areas are concerned, then narcosis is advised after which one night must be spent at the hospital. After the operation wearing a flexible pressing bandage or a corset is recommended for a period of time advised by your physician. Internal haemorrhage in the skin, the swelling of the treated area or roughness on the surface of the skin can exist for 1 or 2 weeks. The final results will be visible after 2 or 3 months.

  • Anaesthetization:general or local anaesthetization
  • Duration of operation: 60-120 minutes
  • Hospital stay: 24 hours
  • Stich removal: 1 week after surgery
  • Control:2nd day, 7th day, 4th week, 3rd month, 6th month, 1 year