Failure to distribute fat evenly
If liposuction is not performed correctly on your skin, some areas on your skin may either shrivel up or get swollen. Areas with less fat can always be treated with additional fat transfers, and areas with extra fat can be treated with more liposuction.
No size change after liposuction
After the initial surgery, if liposuction was not performed correctly, a small amount of fat may reaccumulate at the liposuctioned area. The area where the medical cannula was present during the first surgery often goes through the process of fibrosis. As a result, an extra removal of fat in the same area may be recommended during the revision surgery.
If there is a dent present in the surgical site
After liposuction, minor adhesions between the skin and muscles may be formed, creating a dent on skin. Depending on the intensity of adhesion, it is important to prevent side effects such as inflammation, which can always be improved through a small correction surgery.
Skin sagging or stretching after the surgery
Failure to consider skin shrinkage may lead to sagging skin. It is important to perform liposuction carefully, taking into account the superficial fat right under the skin. If the patient has thin and nonelastic skin, additional lifting procedures may help improve the condition.