Description of the procedure::

Liposuction is a surgical method that allows the patients to shape their body by removing unnecessary body fat. The best results will be obtained in patients characterised by normal body weight with excess body fat located in specific places, such as: hips, buttocks, abdomen, thighs and knees. The treatment involves the removal of excess fat tissue using cannulas connected to the suction apparatus.The removed fat is a perfect filler that can be transplanted to the chest, buttocks, hands and face. The effects of the treatment are permanent. The studies have shown that once removed fatty tissue is usually not regenerated, and therefore, possible subsequent weight fluctuations should not affect the body proportions obtained by the method of fat suctioning. The scars are virtually invisible.

If the skin has lost a lot of its elasticity, it may be necessary to perform an additional tightening procedure or abdominoplasty.

Post-treatment recommendations::

After the treatment, it is recommended to wear a special compression garment for about 6 weeks and to perform delicate massages that accelerate the disappearance of swelling and possibly occurring haematomas.

Time of incapacity for work::

Return to work is possible after about 3 days.

Duration of the procedure: from 1.5 hours to 3 hours
Type of anaesthesia: local or analgosedation (in the presence of an anaesthesiologist)
Required tests:

Results of laboratory tests needed for conducting anesthesia

●Blood morphology

●Blood coagulation system ( APTT, INR, PT )

●Electrolytes ( Na+, K+)


●ALAT, AspAt

• Creatinine

• Urea

●In case of thyroid disease : ○TSH ○fT4 ○fT3 ●EKG

●RTG- chest, not older than 1 year



●Anti-HCV .

Time of stay in the clinic: not required
Contraindications to the procedure: bad blood test results, purulent or inflammatory skin infections, diabetes and hypertension not under medical supervision