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What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is a popular aesthetic surgery which removes excess fat from your body using suction. This allows the surgeon to reshape regions of your body, usually the areas which aren't affected by diet or physical activity. The removal of fat by liposuction is done by inserting tiny blunt tubes through tiny cuts in the skin where fat is suctioned out of the targetted fat deposits.

Liposuction Treatment Duration

Depending on the type, size and place of the treated area, liposuction can last anywhere from 3 to 7 hours.

How long is Liposuction Recovery Time?

After a liposuction procedure the first 3 days will be the hardest, but you can expect bruising, pain and swelling for at least a couple of weeks.  Most patients that have had liposuction return to normal daily activities after 2 weeks. During the first 3 weeks the swelling and bruising will lesson and you'll be able get a relative idea of your new shape.  Most of the swelling and bruising will be gone within 2 to 3 months, but complete recovery could take up to a year.

What are Liposuction Risks?

Liposuction is usually safe, but the risk increaes if you have more than one area treated or if a very large area is done.

  • Scarring.
  • Blood clots.
  • Infection.
  • Excessive blood loss.
  • Excessive fluid loss.
  • Puncture or damage to organs.
  • Death is very rare, but can occur.

Liposuction Statistics

Liposuction by Age

    • 13 to 19 years: 2%
    • 20 to 29 years: 17%
    • 30 to 39 years: 36%
    • 40 years and over: 45%

    Liposuction by Gender

    • Women: 89%
    • Men: 11%

    About South Africa

    South Africa is located in the southern most point of Africa and is famous for former president Nelson Mandela, Diamonds and Gold, the Big 5 and the Kruger National park. South Africa has 11 oficial languages and has a population of over 55 million.

    Healthcare in South Africa

    The South African healthcare system consists of both private and public healthcare. The public South African Healthcare system serves 80% of the population. Private healthcare in South Africa is far better served than the public healthcare, thus if you require quality private care, it is essential to have private medical insurance.

    The Transport System in South Africa

    South African public transport is limited and most visitors rent a car to get to their destination and move around town. The most convenient way to get around South Africa is by air, domestic flights will get you from one side of the country to the other in 1 to 2 hours. There are also reasonably priced luxury busses and trains to get you from A to B

    Airports in South Africa

    South Africas most popular airports are:

    1. OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, Gauteng
    2. Cape Town International Airport in Cape Town, Western Cape
    3. King Shaka International Airport in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
    4. Port Elizabeth Airport in Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape
    5. East London Airport in East London, Eastern Cape
    6. George Airport in George, Western Cape
    7. Bloemfontein Airport in Bloemfontein, Free State
    8. Kimberley Airport in Kimberley, Northern Cape
    9. Upington Airport in Upington, Northern Cape

    The information above is purely to help guide the patient and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Any treatment or healthcare option should be done upon proper consultation and advice by a qualified physician.