Correction of body contours

Surgical correction of certain regions in the body was first described in the 1930s. The beginning of the removal of the fat from the unwanted areas dates back to the Dujarrier in 1921. However, this failed practice did not continue, but in the 1960s, Schrudde began to work on this subject again.

In 1974, in Italy, Giorgio Fischer’s liposuction applications. In 1978, Kesselring and Meyer carried out the removal of oil in high vacuum in a very successful manner compared to previous studies.

yag_alma_1However, after this application, many people could not achieve the same success because of the collection of serum in the fat areas, but in France. Illouz successfully removed the oil using a blunt cannula and vacuum. Although the complication rates were high at first, in 1985, in USA Complications were significantly reduced by Jeffrey Klein’s development of tumescent technique. In this way, the technique of liposuction in the modern sense began to develop, then;

degreasing with syringe (syringe liposculpture),
superficial liposuction, superficial liposuction
It has taken its place as the current degreasing method with applications such as tumescent technique.
The liposuction, which has been widely used all over the world, has been applied to 282 thousand people in 2002 only in the USA.

Fat accumulation in the abdomen is observed in both males and females. When the skin is loosened and the elasticity is lost, it is not enough to remove the fat alone. Fat accumulation in the abdominal region is more pronounced in the lower part of the umbilicus in females while in the upper part of the umbilicus in males.


Liposuction is the process of reshaping the body by taking the stored excess fats. The fat under the skin is taken using a vacuum (hide, suction = suction) and cannula system or ultrasonic probe. Liposuction is not a weight loss method but is the process of reshaping the body.

It is estimated that there are an average of 50 trillion cells in the human body. An average of 25-30 billion fat cells in these cells. Adipose tissue (adipose tissue) consists of adipocytes called fat cells. Fat tissue is of two types.

1.White oil: It is important in providing energy.

  1. Brown fat: It is important in regulating body temperature.

Most of the fat in the body is white oil. These fat cells store triglycerides (a kind of fat particles taken with nutrients). In this way, the excess fat and similar substances in the body entering the fat cells accumulate here. In this way, fat cells in the form of enlargement and deformities in the body.

Oil placement and distribution

Oils are found in three levels in the body.

There are two layers of fat under the skin, and the third level is a fat layer known as visceral fat or omentum and surrounding the vital organs.

Superficial fat layer of skin
Deep fat layer of skin
Fat layer surrounding organs
In liposuction often the deep layer of the subcutaneous fat is removed. In some cases, the oils just below the skin (superficial oils) can be taken with liposuction.

Regional fat storage has two forms.

Feminine fat deposition (pear-shaped or violin-shaped) in the lower part of the abdomen, in the hips, in the waist and in the upper legs of the legs,

  1. The upper part of the abdomen, fat in the upper part of the waist and waist (in the form of apple) is called male type fat storage.

There are two separate layers of fat, called superficial and deep. The superficial oil layer is less and is packaged in structures formed from connective tissue. The deep oil layer is more irregular and less organized.

In the abdominal region, especially in men with excessive fat in the abdominal (Omental, visceral) oil is quite high. Proper diet and exercise are the main factors in reducing these fats. Liposuction alone cannot solve this problem.

The superficial fat layer under the skin has become tighter with veins and nerves. Excessive damage to this layer can result in visible irregularities and color changes. At the same time, the layer of superficial fat causes cellulite.

Fat placement and distribution are dependent on hormones such as insulin, testosterone and esterogen. While the number of fat cells increases until puberty, this number remains constant, but only when the body weight reaches twice the normal. This is a rare condition and occurs in people with severe obesity (obesity).

However, the size of the fat cells may expand even though they do not increase in number. Insulin is the most effective hormone in fat storage in the body. Not only do sugar and sugar products increase fat storage, but also bread, patetes and corn increase fat storage. Excessive intake of these leads to lubrication.

Diet and exercise to reduce fat storage

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