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Fees for Tumescent Liposuction
Tumescent liposuction is a newer, popular procedure for fat removal. The relatively low fees associated with tumescent liposuction make it so when compared to more traditional procedures. Fees for Tumescent Liposuction One of the forms of surgical sculpting for fat removal is the technique of tumescent liposuction, a procedure that limits bleeding with anesthesia fluid, which is pushed into the tissues with anesthetic effects lasting for several hours. Although, this surgery is able to reduce appreciably the pain, it often is more expensive if you are not careful. There is no "standard price" or estimate because the fee for tumescent liposuction depends on different factors such as the size and number of the areas of the body to be treated. The price of this procedure also varies from country to country, city to city and from doctor to doctor.
The average fee for liposuction is nearly $1800 per area, raising an additional cost of $900 for additional zones. When it comes to treating large areas requiring tumescent liposuction, additional fees are determined in terms of size and importance of the region to be treated. Generally, you will get an estimate after the first consultation so you can determine the affordability of the procedure. The more fat your body has accumulated, the higher the price to get it removed by means of tumescent liposuction. Contrary to other liposculpture procedures, tumescent liposuction requires an operating room to be scheduled, general anesthesia, or localized sedation for which prices are charged additionally and determined on the extent of the procedure.
Tumescent liposuction has become the method of choice for liposuction surgery mainly because the adrenaline added in the solution limits the blood loss that is seen with traditional liposuction. There is no guarantee that secondary surgery may not be needed for any reason, but more often due to large areas being treated rather than complications because tumescent liposuction is considered safe. In the case of undergoing a secondary surgery, which usually is more difficult, the price for tumescent liposuction increases considerably, charging 2 procedures and twice the use of the operating room, anesthesia, etc. Surgeons who perform the operation have also a remarkable fee variation given the incidentals of the surgery such as blood tests, compression surgical garments and so on. The expense of tumescent liposuction is highly dependent upon the specific work you are having done. Speak with your plastic surgeon to understand the total fee including the incidental costs.
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