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A large volume of a very dilute solution of local anesthesia (lidocaine and epinephrine) is injected into the fat beneath the skin, causing the targeted area to become tumescent, in other words, swollen and firm. The local anesthetic lidocaine in the tumescent solution provides such complete local anesthesia, that it eliminates the need for general anesthesia or IV sedation.
The drug epinephrine in the local anesthetic provides localized vasoconstriction virtually eliminates surgical bleeding during tumescent liposuction. The use of microcannulas less than 3 millimeters yields a smoother cosmetic result by removing fat in a more uniform and painless fashion.
By eliminating the risks of general anesthesia and excessive surgical bleeding, the tumescent technique done entirely by local anesthesia has eliminated the dangers associated with the older procedures. The use of microcannulas less than 3 millimeters, yields a smoother cosmetic result by removing fat in a more uniform and painless fashion. Tumescent liposuction results in less swelling and bruising than traditional methods. Most patients return to work in 3-5 days with minimal downtime.