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Liposuction Surgery

Liposuction Surgery Cost in India

  • Is a cosmetic procedure technique to meltdown/ remove fat cells via laser or other surgical methods?
    It is not a treatment for obesity or weight reduction, it’s simply a contouring procedure
  • The surgical technique to remove adipose cells also known as fat cells from a localized area of the body
  • It is an aesthetic procedure to contour or shape a part of the human body
  • The liposuction procedure is beneficial for contouring the area under the chin, neck, cheeks, upper arms, breasts, abdomen, buttocks, hips, thighs, knees, calves, and ankle areas.

Liposuction Surgery Cost in India

For A Patient From INDIA

Liposuction Surgery

Starts From USD 2125
(Indian Rupees 152660)

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Tumescent liposuction (fluid injection) is the most common type of liposuction procedure.

It involves injecting a large volume of medicated solution into the areas before the fat removal process is initiated.

Sometimes, the solution could also be up to 3 times the total amount of fat to be removed.

The fluid could be a mixture of local anesthetic solution (lidocaine), a drug that contracts the blood vessels (epinephrine), and an intravenous (IV) salt solution.

  • The local anesthetic solution, Lidocaine anesthetizes the local area throughout the procedure.
  • Epinephrine is the vasoconstrictor which helps in reducing the loss of blood, bruising, and swelling.
  • The IV solution helps extraction the fat easier. This solution is suctioned out along with the fat.

This is a comparatively longer procedure.

Super-wet technique is similar to tumescent liposuction with the difference in the quantity of solution injected. In the super-wet technique, the amount of solution injected is less and is generally the same as fat to be removed. This technique takes less time. But it needs general anesthesia or sedation

Ultrasound-assisted liposuction (UAL) is the one in which ultrasonic vibrations are used to convert adipose (fat) cells into the liquid, then this liquid is taken out via vacuum. This procedure helps in decreasing fat in areas that are dense and are fibrous such as enlarged male breasts. This is a lengthy procedure.

Laser-assisted liposuction (LAL) utilizes laser energy radiations to melt fat cells. After the cells are liquefied, its contents are vacuumed out or emptied through little tubes. These areas include the chin and face. The advantage of LAL over other liposuction techniques is that it stimulates collagen production which helps to prevent skin sag after liposuction.



  • The patient is anesthetized via either local anesthesia or general. After giving a low skin incision the fluid is injected within the areas to be operated upon. After the drugs within the solution make an impact, the melted fat is taken out through the suction tube.
  • A vacuum pump or an oversized syringe provides the suction action.
  • Several skin incisions are a must in the treatment of massive areas. The clinician tries to induce the simplest contour via approaching the areas from different directions.
  • After the fat is removed, small drainage tubes are inserted into the local areas to remove blood and fluid that collects during the first few days after the procedure
  • Fluid replacement (normal saline or glucose injected intravenously) is a must in-case patient who has lost a lot of fluid. In rare instances, blood transfusions are needed.
  • A garment known as compression will be placed on the patient.


After Procedure

It is an out-patient surgery, most patients are not needed to be hospitalized. After the surgery, pressures are applied with bandages and a compression garment to arrest hemorrhage, as well as to help maintain shape.

Bandages are kept on the operated area for 2 weeks. A patient will likely need the compression garment for many weeks.

A patient will probably have swelling, bruising, numbness, and pain, but it can be managed with medicines. The stitches, if given, are removed in five to ten days.

To prevent any kind of wound infection, antibiotics are given to the patient. The patient is advised to walk as soon as possible after surgery to prevent blood clots formation in legs.

Avoid strenuous exercise and heavy lifting for about a month after the surgery.



Certain medical conditions should be checked and be under control before liposuction, including:


  • History of heart problems (heart attack)
  • High blood pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Allergic reactions to medicines
  • Lung problems (shortness of breath, air pockets in the bloodstream)
  • Allergies (antibiotics, asthma, surgical prep)
  • Smoking, alcohol, or drug use


Risks associated with liposuction include:


  • Shock (usually when not enough fluid is replaced during the surgery)
  • Fluid overload (usually from the procedure)
  • Infections (strep, staph)
  • Bleeding, blood clot
  • Tiny globules of fat in the bloodstream that block blood flow to tissue (fat embolism)
  • Nerve, skin, tissue, or organ damage or burns from the heat or instruments used in liposuction
  • Uneven fat removal (asymmetry)
  • Dents in your skin or contouring problems
  • Drug reactions or overdose from the lidocaine used in the procedure
  • Scarring or irregular, asymmetric, or even "baggy," skin, especially in older people

Frequently Asked Questions about Liposuction

Q. What are the major risks associated with liposuction?

Risks associated with liposuction are:

  • Pulmonary thromboembolism (a blood clot in the lung)
  • Infection
  • Intra-Abdominal Perforation with Visceral Injury
  • Hematoma or Seroma
  • Nerve Damage
  • Swelling or Edema
  • Skin Necrosis
  • Pulmonary Edema
  • Adverse Drug Reactions (Toxicity or Allergic Reactions)
  • Death

Q. What is the duration of the hospital stay of the liposuction procedure?

It’s an outpatient surgery, so in most of the cases, the patient is not hospitalized.

Q. After how long can I travel after liposuction?

At least for around 2-3 weeks patient must wait before traveling via air. Wearing compression garments is encouraged during the air travel to improve blood flow and circulation in the lower limbs.

Q. What is the total inch loss after liposuction?  

Inch loss varies with every patient. Although around 1.5 liters of fat can be considered remover with a small amount of fat removal. 

Q. What is the recovery time of abdominal liposuction?

Around 14 days.

Q. After how long a patient can go back to work after liposuction?

It depends on what kind of work a person does if you are involved with less manual work and you do a desk-type job you can return to work after 1-3 days. 

Q. How long until I see results?

The length of time depends upon the technique adopted by the patient. In the case of  "open-drainage" technique healing period is of 4 weeks. In the case of closed operation, the healing time is around 8 to 10 weeks.

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  • Dr. Vipul Nanda

    Cosmetic and Plastic Surgeon

    20 years of experience , Gurgaon

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