Who is the candidate?
To be a candidate for liposuction, you must be in good health without conditions that could complicate surgery — such as restricted blood flow, coronary artery disease, diabetes or a weak immune system.
After liposuction, the skin molds itself to the new contours of the treated areas. If patient has good skin tone and elasticity, the skin is likely to appear smooth. If the skin is thin with poor elasticity, however, the skin in the treated areas may appear loose.
Liposuction doesn't improve cellulite dimpling or other skin surface irregularities.
Likewise, liposuction doesn't remove stretch marks.