High-Definition Liposuction

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What is High-Definition Liposuction?

High-definition liposuction is an advanced liposuction technique used to reveal superficial muscle anatomy and achieve a more athletic appearance. This method focuses on emphasizing the natural muscle structure of the body by targeting challenging fat accumulations. These surgeries began to be performed after the introduction of next-generation Vaser devices. The most common high-definition procedures are applied to the abdominal area, creating a six-pack appearance in men and a two-pack appearance in women.

Preoperative Process

Before undergoing High-Definition Liposuction surgery, patients undergo a preoperative examination and evaluation process. During this process, our surgeon evaluates the patient’s medical history, current health condition, and surgical expectations. Before surgery, the patient receives detailed information about postoperative expectations, risks, and how the surgery will be performed.

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Surgery and Postoperative Process

The surgery is performed under general anesthesia, targeting the areas where the patient desires fat removal. Subsequently, a liposuction procedure is performed to enhance the definition of the muscles using techniques specifically trained by the surgeon. During the postoperative period, patients can typically return to their normal activities within a few days, but full recovery may take several weeks. It is necessary to have a drainage massage three times a week for 3 weeks after the surgery. A compression garment should be worn for 6 weeks. Return to work can be expected within 7-10 days after the surgery.

Which Areas Can Be Treated?

High-definition liposuction can be applied to various areas of the body, including the abdomen, waist, back, hips, thighs, and arms. A personalized approach is adopted based on each patient’s needs and desires.


Like any surgical procedure, High-Definition Liposuction carries certain risks, including infection, bleeding, tissue damage, fluid accumulation, complications related to anesthesia, and fat embolism. However, when performed under the leadership of an experienced surgeon, the risks are minimized. Early mobilization in the postoperative period reduces the risks.sarı, sıvı birikimi, anesteziye bağlı komplikasyonlar ve yağ embolisi bulunabilir. Ancak, deneyimli bir cerrahın liderliğinde yapıldığında riskler minimaldir.Ameliyat sonrası dönemde erken mobilizasyon riskleri azaltır.

Suitable Candidates

Suitable candidates for this surgery are those with a sports background, external fat deposition, and a body mass index below 30. Candidates with visceral fat deposition (fat accumulation around internal organs), non-athletic individuals, and those with a body mass index above 30 are not suitable candidates.

Success Rate

High-definition liposuction generally yields successful results when performed by an experienced surgeon. The success rate may vary depending on the patient’s body structure, skin type, proper implementation of the surgery, and the patient’s healing process. However, overall, this technique has become increasingly popular worldwide and has yielded satisfying results.

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