Six-packs abs is a dream of every guy who has always imagined to be fit. But getting them is not an easy task. It involves sticking to a regular regimen of exercise in the gym for unimaginable amount of years combined with a tight control on dietary habits. Even after following all this, some still fail to achieve and flaunt that chiselled look of six pack abs.
We have a way out now and that is abdominal etching/six pack abs creation through highly advanced and skilled usage of liposuction cannulas to suck out that resistant fat around your abdominal muscles.
The procedure involves three steps:
1. Markings: Your muscles are felt over your abdomen and the sites of indentations are marked where your abs are to be created. The markings are confimed with you
2. Details of the procedure: The procedure is performed under general anaesthesia and lasts for 2 to 3 hours.
a. Infiltration: Tumescent anaesthesia is infiltrated under your skin, which reduces the blood supply of the area and makes it numb.
b. VASER: The fat cells are emulsified with help of ultrasonic waves.
c. Liposuction: The marked areas and area below your umbilicus is suctioned to create those six-pack abs.
a. You are discharged on the same day after the procedure and called back the next day for a change in dressing.
b. There will be mild discomfort for initial 4 days and you will be given pain medications and antibiotics to cover that period.
c. You will experience some bruising and areas of altered sensations in your skin which will return to normal in 3 weeks and 3 months of time respectively.
d. You can do your household chores from the 2nd day and join back work on the 5th day.
Q1 Can you get plastic surgery for a six pack?
A1 Abdominal etching is done with a special tumescent liposuction technique. The procedure removes and sculpts fatty tissue residing under the skin. Before the procedure, detailed markings are made of the patient’s flexed abs. During the surgery, small incisions are made within the natural contours of the abdomen.
Q2 How long does it take to get a 6 pack abs?
A2 The American Council on Exercise says a 1 percent body fat loss per month is safe and achievable. Given that math, it could take a woman with average body fat about 20 to 26 months to achieve the appropriate amount of fat loss for six-pack abs. The average man would need about 15 to 21 months.
Q3 How do I flatten my stomach after abdominal surgery?
A3 Do crunches while reclining on an exercise ball or perform leg lifts. Or simply hold a resistance band wrapped around the arches of your feet to isolate and tone the muscles below your waistline. Exercise and build your abdominal muscles with strength training, but only when your doctor says it is safe to do so.