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Hips Liposuction Tunisia : Hip Fat Lipo

Hip Liposuction Tunisia: What is hip lipoaspiration?

Hip liposuction in Tunisia, also known as hip lipoaspiration, is a plastic surgery procedure widely practiced in Tunisia. Its objective is to remove excess fat from the hips, especially from the flanks. Hip liposuction targets fat deposits on the hips. It helps reshape and reshape the contours of the hips to achieve a more attractive and feminine appearance. It is the ideal solution when diets and sports activities prove ineffective.

Hip liposuction in Tunisia is often combined with belly liposuction. This has the effect of further harmonising the body. Liposuction of the thighs can also be considered in some cases.  One of the advantages of hip liposuction is that it can give excellent results, regardless of the quality of the skin operated on.

How much does liposuction of the hips cost in Tunisia?

The price of liposuction of the hips in Tunisia is an important factor for some people. However, the quality of the liposuction is more important than the cost of the liposuction. If the ultimate goal of liposuction is to have a happy patient, then the expertise and experience of the plastic surgeon is probably more important than finding the cheapest hip liposuction surgeon. Liposuction prices are important, but they are not the most important factor in considering lipo surgery. 

The total cost of liposuction of the hips in Tunisia is an all-inclusive package that includes the cost of the operating room, nursing staff, postoperative support panty, hotel stay and transfers. 

*Disclamer : les résultats peuvent varier d’une personne à une autre selon la morphologie des patients.

How long does it take to see the final result of a hip liposuction?

Liposuction of the hips in Tunisia immediately eliminates unwanted localized fat in this area of the body, but the results of liposuction are not necessarily immediately visible. A little patience is required after your surgery, as your body needs time to heal from liposuction.

Typically, it can take up to a full year after surgery before you notice the results of the final liposuction. The time it takes to see results varies from patient to patient. Some people see dramatic improvement three to six months after this surgery. Some people see the final result at that point, only to find that after a full year they see even more results. As soon as the swelling is gone, you will begin to notice results

Although fat cells have been removed during hip liposuction, the surgery is not a permanent method of losing weight. Remaining fat cells can grow if you gain weight afterwards, undoing the results of the procedure. It is generally recommended that you stick to a healthy diet and exercise routine after your surgery to help you get the most out of your surgery.

Your surgeon can give you specific advice on diet and exercise if you need more guidance. Generally, eating fewer calories, exercising regularly and drinking plenty of water will help you enjoy the results of liposuction for many years to come.

As you age, it may come to the point that you will need additional surgery to maintain your results. While liposuction removes unwanted excess fat, it does not get rid of excess skin. At some point, certain parts of your body may develop loose, sagging skin. At that point, you may want to consider a procedure such as a thigh and buttock lift or tummy tuck to help improve your skin tone and restore your shape. For some people, combining liposuction of the hips in Tunisia with liposuction of the love handles in Tunisia or another type of facelift in the beginning is the option that allows them to achieve the best results.

Working with a board-certified plastic surgeon with extensive liposuction experience is a must if you want the best possible results from your surgery. To learn more about hip liposuction in Tunisia and to see which option is right for you, call + 33 (0)1 87 64 13 99 to get in touch with one of our medical consultants. Ask for a free estimate and if you would like before and after pictures.

The first step is the pre-operative assessment. The surgeon will ask you questions about your general health and will perform a morphological examination of your hips to determine the affected areas and the degree of elasticity of the skin in those areas. This examination also allows him to determine the appropriate technique to treat the problem. He will then give his opinion and discuss with you the risks, recovery time and cost of the procedure.

How does liposuction of the hips in Tunisia work?

Liposuction of the hips is a surgical procedure that is usually done under general anesthesia, but sometimes it is done under local anesthesia (if it is a small area to be treated). It lasts between 1h30 and 2h and usually requires an overnight stay at the clinic.

The surgeon begins by marking on the skin the areas to be operated on. Thus, with a marker, he draws several lines corresponding to the areas that will be aspirated and emptied of these fatty masses.  

Several incisions are then made in order to introduce the fine cannulas (3 to 4 mm) that will suck out the fatty tissues to be eliminated. The incisions are tiny and discreet in order to avoid future visible scars, and the cannulas have a rounded edge so that they are not traumatic for my skin. The suctioning procedure is done gently to ensure an even result.

Liposuction of the hips is a cosmetic surgery in Tunisia intended for both women and men. This procedure can be done alone or in combination with other procedures such as liposuction of the knee, buttocks, stomach, saddlebags or even liposuction of the chin or included in a complete liposuction that consists of sucking out all the fat located in your body. 

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  • *There is usually the appearance of edema (swelling) and bruises, which disappear after a few days.
    *The pain is slight and bearable, and simple analgesics are enough to calm it.
    *It will be necessary to wear a support girdle (panty) for 10 to 15 days, in order to limit swelling and facilitate healing. This panty must be worn day and night, except in the shower.
    *Baths should be avoided during the first few weeks. Showers are however authorized from the day after the operation.
    *The resumption of work can be done after 3 days. Sports activities can be resumed after 3 weeks.
    *The final results are generally visible after 3 months.

As far as anesthesia is concerned: during the consultation, the anesthesiologist will inform the patient of the risks of anesthesia. The fact of having recourse to a perfectly competent anesthesiologist, practicing in a real surgical context (recovery room, possibility of resuscitation) means that the risks incurred have become statistically very low.
It is important to know that techniques, anesthetic products and monitoring methods have made immense progress over the last thirty years, offering optimal safety, especially when the operation is performed outside of an emergency and on a person in good health.

As far as the surgical procedure is concerned, by choosing a qualified and competent plastic surgeon, trained in this type of procedure, you limit these risks as much as possible, without however eliminating them completely.
Real complications are exceptional after a quality liposuction: a great rigor in the choice of the indication and the surgical realization must ensure in practice an effective and real prevention.

To be complete, we must however mention, despite their usual rarity
– Thrombo-embolic accidents: wearing anti-thrombosis stockings, getting up early, and possible anti-coagulant treatment help to reduce this risk.
– Bleeding is rarely serious, unless there is an associated coagulation disorder or the patient is taking medication that promotes bleeding.
– Hematoma and lymphatic effusion appear exceptionally after a correctly performed liposuction.
– Similarly, localized skin necrosis, which lengthens the healing process and can leave scars, should no longer be observed.
– Infection is rare in this type of “closed” surgery and can be prevented by prescribing a prophylactic antibiotic treatment.
– Alterations in sensitivity can sometimes persist in the treated areas, but it usually returns to normal within 3 to 12 months.

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