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The main aim of liposuction is to reshape one or more areas of the body, not to reduce body weight. Liposuction is typically used on “problem” areas that have not responded well to diet and exercise. These areas are often on the outer thighs and hips for women and the waist and back on men. The face, neck, abdomen, back, buttocks, legs, and upper arms are all commonly treated areas. Liposuction is sometimes used in combination with other cosmetic surgery procedures, such as tummy tuck, breast reduction or facelift. Most cosmetic surgeons agree that the best candidates for liposuction are healthy people who are at or close to a healthy weight but who have stubborn fat deposits that do not respond to exercise. Liposuction is usually very effective for removing fat deposits in small areas. Improvements in body contour are noticeable right after surgery, and may continue for several weeks or even months as the swelling subsides. The full effects of having a liposuction may not be visible for several months to a year. The immediate benefits of liposuction are both physical and mental. It not only changes a person, but also the way others perceive him or her. Liposuction will change the clothes one wears, bringing happiness. The results of liposuction can be long lasting if one exercises regularly, eats a balanced diet, and stays at a healthy weight after the procedure. Liposuction removes fat from the body using suction. During liposuction, small, thin, blunt-tipped tubes (cannula) are inserted through tiny cuts in the skin. Fat is suctioned out through these tubes as the cosmetic surgeon moves the tubes around under the skin to target specific fat deposits. In recent years, improved techniques have made liposuction safer, easier, and less painful. [Liposuction Specialist Beverly Hills] use a local anesthetic to numb the area of the body where the tube will be inserted. Next, a large amount of an anesthetic solution (tumescent liposuction) is injected into the fatty tissue before traditional liposuction is performed. Tumescent liposuction may not require general anesthesia. Ultrasound assisted liposuction uses ultrasound waves to liquefy the fat, which makes it easier to remove. At [LiposuctionBeverly Hills] centers, liposuction is usually done as an outpatient procedure and does not require an overnight stay. Most people are able to get up and move around as soon as the treatment is finished and after the effects of anesthesia and any sedation have worn off. One can return to work within a few days and carry out normal activities as soon as one feels comfortable, although this may take several days to a few weeks.