Liposuction is an aesthetic method which gives the body a more desirable shape by removing excess fat.

In recent years, liposuction has become one of the most common therapies.


  • Where on my body can I get liposuction?

Although a wide range of body parts can be treated, a strict sports routine is often recommended in order to achieve the most effective results.

    • Hips
    • Abdomen
    • Inner and outer thigh
    • Inner knee
    • Neck
    • Upper arm
    • Breast (Female and male)


  • How is Liposuction Performed? What are the Techniques?

Very small millimetre incisions are made and the body fat is liquefied using special equipment.

In liposuction, there are several variations between approaches. The first is the classic “Wet Procedure” or “Tumescent Liposuction” process. In recent times, the “ultrasonic liposuction” and “laser liposuction” techniques have been developed, which provide better results.

The distinction between Laser Freezing and original Wet Freezing is that the fat is removed after laser breakdown. These fat areas are broken down and extracted from the body by ultrasonic sound waves in Vaser liposuction. Only the fats are targeted by using sound wave techniques in Vaser liposuction so that the abilities that can be seen during the procedure are reduced to affect other essential tissues to avoid pain, bruising and swelling.


  • The Healing Process After Liposuction

You must stay in the hospital for 1 night after your surgery. The mechanism of healing depends on organizational complexity. The healing process can expand as the number of liposuction areas applied increases. Recovery time is certainly shorter in a relatively subtle intervention.

A compression corset after liposuction can be used for 1 month. It takes almost 4-8 weeks to recover. After 2 months, there will be no scars left. In approximately 4-8 days after surgery, you can resume light physical activities. Physical practices, including sexual intercourse, should be avoided by the patient for 4 weeks. The patient can wait about 6 months to see the final report.


  • Liposuction Cost in Turkey

When it comes to plastic surgery, Turkey is one of the most reliable countries. A large number of surgeries are performed every year due to its qualified medical staff, good outcomes and reasonable prices. The cost of plastic surgery depends on the needs and the anatomy of the patient. Fortunately, it is 50-60 per cent cheaper in Turkey comparing to prices in Europe, thanks to Turkey’s medical staff and competitive prices.

There is a growing number of patients choosing Turkey every day for liposuction. In Turkey, the new liposuction methods are commonly used. We give a complete package including accommodation, transfers, medications, compression tights.


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  • Personalised treatment application and plan include;
  • Qualified and highly experienced health professionals
  • Clinics with internationally valid certificates
  • Sterile VIP transfers from & to airport, hotel and hospital
  • Free online consultation
  • 4-star Accommodation with breakfast with Safe Tourism certificate
  • 24-hour translator and guide
  • Free post-operative service
  • Lifelong online follow-up

Frequently Asked Questions

Can liposuction change my body shape?

The new body’s form is more or less permanent after liposuction. Fat cells that are liposuction-removed do not grow back.

Can liposuction get rid of belly fat?

Liposuction is a cosmetic operation that eliminates fat that you cannot seem to be getting rid of by diet and exercise. In order to enhance their shape, a plastic or dermatologic surgeon typically performs the operation on the legs, abdomen, thighs, buttocks, back, arms, and under the chin or face.

Does liposuction leave scars?

It is carried out with special thin cannulas and no scars are left.

What are the risks of death or fat embolism, or is liposuction a dangerous operation?

The risks are very poor in terms of complications if the patient does not have any secondary conditions and an experienced surgeon performs the operation.