5 Things to Consider Before Getting Liposuction from a Honolulu Plastic Surgeon Randy Wong, MD on 18 Sep 2018
Many people have problem areas of their body that seem impervious to diet and exercise no matter how hard they try. That’s why many people look into Honolulu liposuction. If you are considering liposuction, here are five things for you to consider.
- It will be painful
Liposuction will require an extensive recovery, and you will be in pain after your surgery. Furthermore, you will have bruising and may have to wear a body bandage for a substantial amount of time. Talk to your doctor about your day to day activities so you can prepare for recovery properly.
- Some surgeons don’t have the proper credentials
Be wary of a plastic surgeons in honolulu who offers discounts on breast augmentation in honolulu that seem too good to be true. Some people offer discounts because they don’t have the proper credentials to be performing the procedure. These cases could result in you being injured or not seeing the desired results. Always research a doctor before you schedule an appointment.
- Not meant for a weight loss solution
Honolulu liposuction is designed to attack areas of the body that are notoriously resistant to diet and exercise. Some of the most common problem areas include:
This is not meant for people who are overweight. Instead, it is meant for people who simply need assistance in certain areas.
- Results might take time
Many people think that after the surgery, they will see dramatic results. Unfortunately, results take time. You may not even see the full results for three months. Liposuction creates a lot of swelling. This swelling needs to go down before you can get the total picture. Expect 80% of the swelling to go down in the first month, but you will need to wait anywhere from 3 – 6 months for the rest of the swelling to go down.
- Diet and exercise after your surgery
Your surgery will give you a good start on the road to a fit body, but you still have to put in some work. You have to eat right and exercise if you don’t want to gain any additional weight. This may be hard, especially when you’re in pain after the surgery.
Breast augmentation and liposuction in Honolulu are serious surgeries, so it’s important to know what you’re getting into. Talk to your plastic surgeon in Honolulu to know what to expect today.
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