1. Is the same probe used to treat separate areas?

Usually a single probe is used to treat multiple areas, if the surgeon changes the cannula during surgery, it is usually not for hygiene purpose, but for the dimension required to reach the fat. But, does it raise any hygiene concerns or risks of infection? No it does not. The cannula works under the skin that contains pretty much the same things, including fat, bodily fluid and tissue, as another region. As long as the cannula is not misplaced in any unsterilized zones, using a single cannula for multiple regions is harmless.

  1. Is it ok to use anti inflammatory medicine after the procedure to help subside the swelling?

There is no potential harm in it, but once after surgery if the swapping delays to subside, it is not necessarily indicated by surgeons to pop in any drugs. The healing phase is best to be allowed its natural time and since the body is already working, it is not so necessary to push it harder. Usually patients are impatient, especially if they have to attend an event and the surgeon promised them that their tummy will be flatter in the fourth or fifth month, and it does not, patients certainly feel disappointed. A little patience is recommended with these kinds of surgeries that vary in emergence of the final results from patient to patient.

  1. Can I have the treatment on the same day of the consultation?

You can very much if you are an ideal candidate, do not smoke and have a medical history in hand. But usually there are certain more preparations like stocking your house with enough supplies, arranging for an accomplice to drive you home after the surgery, if you have pets, then they need to be care for a few days if you're not able to do the needful movements. These conditions are important to be run in your mind while signing for the surgery on the same day of the surgery.

  1. What is the ideal time to have a liposuction surgery?

When you have lots of free time and have plenty of money to bear the expenditure of the liposuction cost, is not all. Consider this surgery as a last resort to organic means of dieting and exercising. And choose a selective stubborn region, like gynecomastia, chest fat, abdominal fat, and facial jawline fat that is unresponsive to exercising rather than not trying enough. The surgery has no such age limit, but you must be an adult and in general good health.

  1. Why is it important to refuse from smoking?

The nicotine in the cigarette inflames the oxygen in the body, thus interfering with the healing, and heightening the risks of infection from the wounds. So it is just not the problem with smoking but nicotine itself that includes nicorette gum, chewable tobacco, and all sorts of articles that contain nicotine.