Liposuction is a relatively safe procedure. It is safer than the alternative, face lift. The surgery does not require any stitches and is a quick recovery.
Liposuction is a safe procedure as long as the person having the procedure done chooses a reputable surgeon. One can find a reputable surgeon through asking around hospitals and different places.
Liposuction can be a safe procedure. Sometimes there are valid concerns. Excessive liposuction can be very dangerous for you and too much liposuction can result in serious related complications. There is a danger with having too much anesthesia in one day, so you don't want to have other surgeries in the same day.
Liposuction to the chin is safe. Unlike other facial procedures it also results in minimal scaring.
In my opinion it is safe. There are risks associated with any surgical procedure. I believe it is important for you to make a well informed decision. I am providing a link that has a lot of information about the liposuction procedure. http://www.webmd.com/skin-beauty/liposuction
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Liposuction is quite safe procedure. There are some chances of developing some complications if a lot of fat is removed but in general the risks can be considered minimal.
Liposuction, like any other surgery, does have some risks associated with it. However, most people will be fairly comfortable and safe during such a procedure.
no but i would still ask the doctor
Recent improvements in the procedure have made it much safer. Here is a site that has some background on the process: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1272349-overview
Full body liposuction is costly and can have many complications.
There have been numerous safe and uneventful liposuction procedures. However, just like any other medical procedure available, it is NOT without risk. Some risks include blood clots, extra fluid retention, friction burns, nerve damage, damage to vital organs, etc. So, while it is supposed to be a safe procedure in general, there are always risks. Liposuction is dangerous because it has many side effects though they are not life threatening.
"The procedure is fairly safe, but risks can include bleeding, infection, scarring, loss of sensation or contour deformity. These problems can be treated successfully."