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Liposuction surgery improves the contour and proportion of your body by removing excess fat from a wide variety of areas. It slims and reshapes for an enhanced self image.

Liposuction is not an alternative to weight loss; the procedure offers a smoother and trimmer body for those areas of fat that won't go away with weight loss or exercise.

Key facts about the liposuction

  • Hospital or an in –office procedure: Hospital or an office procedure.
  • Anesthesia: General or sedation.
  • Incisions: small punctures.
  • Length of procedure: one to two hours. 
  • Length of hospital stay: 1 day
  • What to expect:  bruising  and swelling at the site of liposuction. Final result may take up to  6-10 weeks.
  • Pressure garment should be used for 3 months.
  • Discomfort: mild
  • Long term result: permanent if no changes in body weight.

Thigh lift can be used to treat many people who have achieved significant weight loss due to bariatric surgery (such as gastric bypass or Lap-Band) or through diet and exercise are often left with large amounts of heavy, loose folds of skin in the medial thigh.

In a medial thigh lift a wedge of skin and fat is removed from the inner thigh and the skin is closed, leading to skin tightening, an improved leg contour and enhanced skin elasticity

Key facts about the Thigh lift surgery 

  • Hospital or an in –office procedure:  It’s a hospital procedure 
  • Anesthesia: General anesthesia 
  • Incisions: a long incision in the inner side of the thigh.
  • Length of procedure: 4 hours.
  • Length of hospital stay: 2-3 days. 
  • What to expect: complications include seroma formation, poor wound healing. 
  • Discomfort: Moderate.
  • Long term result: should be permanent if no change in body weight.
  • Drains will remain till they stop draining. And will be removed in the clinic.
  •  Pain medication and oral antibiotic will be prescribed for you.
  • A compressive garment will be prescribed to the patient for 3 months. 

A condition in which two or more finger are fused together, can be on one or both hands. It can be complete: in which the fusion is along the whole length of the fingers or incomplete: in which the fusion stops at a variable distance along the length of the finger. Also it might be simple:  only skin or complex: the fusion contains joints or bone 

Surgery remains the only available option. Surgery is usually done with the use of the available skin, re orientation is done. A skin graft might be needed which can be taken from the lower abdomen or from the hand itself

Key facts about Syndactayly

  • Hospital or an in –office procedure:  hospital procedure.
  • Anesthesia: General.
  • Incisions: zig- zag wounds at the side of the fused fingers.
  • Length of procedure: 2 hours.
  • What to expect: healing takes 2 weeks, usually dressing remains in place for 3-5 days then dressing every two days is required till the wounds heal. Full regain of function and no residual defect.
  • Discomfort: moderate.
  • Long term result: the procedure is permanent. With minimal scaring.

Extra digits found on one or both hands of the baby.

Most common on the little finger, may be only skin appendage or may contain bone. Surgery remains the only available option 

Key facts about Polydactyly

  • Hospital or an in –office procedure:  in- office procedure.
  • Anesthesia: local.
  • Incisions: small wounds.
  • Length of procedure: 15 minutes.
  • What to expect: 3-5 days till the wound heals fully. Dressing is usually covered for the first two days then application of antibiotic creams is usually required for 1 week.
  • Discomfort: mild
  • Long term result: the procedure is permanent. With minimal scaring.

With extreme loss of weight, the excess skin in the upper arm will hang down from side like wings. It is very evident on elevation and normal daily function. No amount of exercise will help decrease that skin excess. 

Brachioplasty(arm lift) is removal of excess skin and re draping it around the upper arm.

A scar is done along the medial inner invisible part of the upper arm extending from axilla to above elbow.

Key facts about the arm lift surgery 

  • Hospital or an in –office procedure:  It’s a hospital procedure 
  • Anesthesia: General anesthesia
  • Incisions: along the inner side of the arm extended from the axilla to above the elbow. 
  • Length of procedure: 2-3 hour.
  • Length of hospital stay: 1-2 days. 
  • What to expect: Bruising, swelling, and scarring.
  • Discomfort: Moderate.
  • Long term result: should be permanent if no change in body weight.
  • Drains are usually inserted to remove excess fluids and blood. They are removed in 2-3 days  in the clinic.
  • Full regain of function of the arms can be achieved in 5-7 days with normal return of function within 2 weeks. Pressure garment needed for around 6 weeks.
  • Scarring is usually evident but minimal, widening of the scar is noted in almost all cases.
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