If you are looking for liposuction in Cheshire that will give you excellent results from a highly qualified surgeon, the ideal place to start your journey is with cosmetic surgeon Miss Anca Breahna at her Cheshire clinic.
Patients in Cheshire can see Miss Breahna at the Grosvenor Hospital, which is part of Nuffield Health on Wrexham Road in Chester, Cheshire.
Book a liposuction consultation
Liposuction is not a means of weight loss, but it is a way to get rid of stubborn fat in targeted areas that will not go away, despite best efforts at diet and exercise.
Some people feel unhappy with fatty areas around the tummy, arms or outer thighs.
Common benefits of liposuction that patients enjoy is less body fat, improved self-esteem and self-confidence, the ability to wear clothes that previously were unsuitable, and a changed sense of body proportion.
If you’d like to find out more about having liposuction in Cheshire, contact the clinic today to arrange an initial meeting with Miss Breahna and find out more about:
- The liposuction procedure
- Your surgeon, Miss Anca Breahna
- The costs of liposuction in Cheshire
- Whether this is the right procedure for you
LIPOSUCTION CHESHIRE: BOOK AN INITIAL CONSULTATION
What is liposuction?
Liposuction is a plastic surgery procedure that removes unwanted fat from under the skin by suction. In the US, liposuction is the most common of all cosmetic procedures.
Liposuction can target excess fat in a variety of areas on the body, including:
- Legs: inner thighs and outer thighs (saddle bags)
- Buttocks and hips (love handles)
- Tummy, upper arms and bra-rolls
- Double chin
- Contour irregularities
- Over-developed male breasts.
Is liposuction right for you?
Suitable candidates for liposuction surgery
People who consider liposuction treatment have typically tried to reduce excess fat from particular areas of the body and find that they’re unable to do so.
These fatty deposits under the skin may be the result of an ageing body; post-pregnancy and its impact on the tummy or breasts; or simply body shape.
So anyone looking to reduce areas of stubborn fat, despite maintaining a healthy diet and exercise, is likely to be a suitable candidate for liposuction surgery.
Alternative ways of treating excess fat
It’s worth understanding what other options to liposuction treatment are available to reduce unwanted pockets of fat – including diet and exercise, or other aesthetic procedures and plastic surgery – for example a tummy tuck or breast lift/reduction.
All of these considerations will be covered in your initial consultation with Miss Breahna and you can get further information about liposuction and fat-reducing treatments suited for your body and medical history.
Managing expectations about liposuction
Liposuction and weight loss
It is important for patients to understand that liposuction treatment is not intended for weight reduction, but targets stubborn areas of fat.
The aim of liposuction surgery is fat removal from the treated area.
The best liposuction candidates are those who are close to, or just above, their ideal body weight and have areas such as the lower abdomen or hips that out of proportion to other areas.
Liposuction and the individual
It’s important to have realistic expectations about your liposuction treatment, and understand that outcomes may vary depending on the individual.
The liposuction procedure may not be suitable if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Cosmetic procedures: Liposuction surgery
This section aims to give you a good understanding of how liposuction procedures for fat removal work, though you’ll receive further information about the treatment itself in your first consultation with Miss Breahna.
Read more about about liposuction treatment with surgeon Miss Anca Breahna on her website.
The liposuction procedure explained
Liposuction is performed under general anaesthetic, by inserting a cannula under the skin through small incisions, to break up the fatty tissue in the treatment area.
A device is then attached to the cannula to suck out the fat. Each small incision is stitched after the fat has been removed, and a post surgical compression garment is applied.
How long will I be in hospital?
The procedure can be done as a same-day case when small areas of stubborn fat are treated, but often requires an overnight stay.
Recovery time and post op care
The next few weeks after liposuction will require gentle recovery time for most patients.
A liposuction aftercare plan is put in place and you will need to wear clothes that are compression garments and take painkillers during the recovery process.
Follow-up appointments will be arranged at 1, 2 and 6 weeks, 3 months, 6 months and 1 year post surgery to closely monitor your well-being after your liposuction treatment.
When will I see results from my liposuction treatment?
Most liposuction patients wish to see an immediate improvement following their fat-removal surgery. However, the full effects from liposuction procedures can usually be seen within 3-6 months.
Patients should maintain a healthy lifestyle and weight to continue enjoying the benefits of this surgery – possessing an improved body contour and increased self confidence.
Liposuction Cheshire – the patient experience
When you decide to proceed with liposuction in Cheshire, you will receive the most skilled and trusted care from your cosmetic surgeon, Miss Anca Breahna.
This is what to expect from your patient journey for liposuction.
Before your liposuction procedure
- Once you’ve decided to go ahead, the next step is to choose a date and liaise with Miss Breahna’s personal assistant.
- You will be advised of what to bring on the day of your surgery.
- The team will discuss and confirm financials for the procedure.
Your trusted medical care on the day
- Miss Breahna practices liposuction and other plastic surgery procedures at Nuffield Health The Grosvenor Hospital in Chester, Cheshire.
- You will have access to highly qualified medical staff and support team before, during and after your surgery whose aim is to provide you with excellent service and to make your journey as smooth and enjoyable as possible.
- The hospital has excellent safety records, patient satisfaction results and 24/7 medical cover.
After your liposuction procedure
- Before going home, you will be reviewed by Miss Breahna who will discuss the aftercare with you, advise on how to take care of your dressings and give you an aftercare pack.
- It is advisable that you should arrange to have someone stay with you during your first day at home.
What are the side effects or risks of liposuction surgery?
Frequent side effects following liposuction for fat removal are swelling, bruising, scarring and temporary numbness which will improve after a few months. Elastic compression garment can help reduce swelling of the treated areas.
Less common risks include bleeding, wound infection, scars, uneven and asymmetric results, rippling, dimpling, loose skin, fluid collection under the skin, skin discoloration, permanent loss of sensation, problems with general anaesthetic and clots in the legs and lungs.
About your surgeon – Miss Anca Breahna
Miss Anca Breahna’s true dedication and commitment to her field sets her apart from her peers. Her extensive surgical training means that you are in safest of hands, with a great surgeon.
She is a well established, highly regarded Consultant Plastic Surgeon based in Chester, specialising in the field of Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery.
Specialist care for Cheshire and the north west
Miss Anca Breahna’s is one of the very few female plastic surgeons in her region in the north west, and she is able to offer that unique female perspective, with empathy, attention to detail and personalised care.
Reconstruction and aesthetic surgeon
A specialist in breast reconstructive surgery, skin cancer surgery and hand surgery, Miss Breahna was drawn to aesthetic surgery – which includes liposuction – due to its unique challenges and opportunities.
You can book a consultation with Miss Anca Breahna, PhD, MSc, FEBOPRAS, FRCS (Plast), Consultant Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeon below.
Treatments at the Anca Breahna plastic surgery clinic
Miss Breahna offers a full range of plastic surgery treatments to patients in Cheshire, including liposuction and other aesthetic procedures.
If you have been considering treatment for some time, why not book an initial consultation with her to discuss your aesthetic goals and aims.
She can guide you in selecting the right treatment for your concern.
Other fat removal and body contouring procedures you may wish to find out more about before or during a consultation are below (click each one for more information):
Answers to commonly asked questions about liposuction
Is liposuction available on the NHS?
See the answer on the NHS website for current information.
How much does liposuction cost?
Costs of the procedure will be discussed during your first and second consultation with Miss Breahna.
Is liposuction painful?
Traditional liposuction surgery is performed under general anaesthesia, undertaken by a consultant anaesthetist, rather than local anaesthetic.
Most patients report some soreness for a week or more after liposuction. A course of painkillers will be administered post-operatively.
Does liposuction help with stretch marks?
Liposuction is not a treatment for obesity and it will not reduce stretch marks (which are often found on the tummy or thighs).
How is liposuction different to a tummy tuck?
Unlike a tummy tuck, liposuction is not used to remove excess skin or for skin tightening, and it will not eliminate stretch marks or tighten abdominal muscles. Liposuction targets fatty areas on different parts of the body, including the tummy.
What is non-surgical liposuction?
Surgeon Miss Anca Breahna performs traditional liposuction, or surgical liposuction. Non surgical liposuction, more commonly known as fat freezing, is a different procedure, where the fat-freezing procedure crystallizes targeted fat cells.
Your liposuction procedure will take place at our Cheshire clinic, located at Nuffield Health in Chester, where we carry out a range of cosmetic surgery procedures.
The leafy county in North West England is bordered Merseyside and Greater Manchester to the north, Derbyshire to the east, Staffordshire and Shropshire to the south, and Wales to the west.
More about Chester, Cheshire
Our Cheshire clinic is in the beautiful cathedral city of Chester, an ancient city which has the most complete city walls, the oldest racecourse and the largest Roman Amphitheatre in Britain, plus a 1000 year old Cathedral complete with medieval carvings. With a host of independent shops and great restaurants, the city also boasts the 700-year-old Rows galleries which offer the latest fashions and a unique shopping experience.
Towns in Cheshire
Cheshire’s largest town by population is Warrington. Other towns in Cheshire include Alsager, Congleton, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Middlewich, Nantwich, Neston, Northwich, Poynton, Runcorn, Sandbach, Widnes, Wilmslow and Winsford.