Tumescent liposuction procedure is quite similar to that of traditional liposuction except for a few differences.
The first step of the procedure is injecting a large amount of a medical solution in the treated areas. This medical solution is made up by mixing lidocaine, a local anesthetic and epinephrine which helps the blood vessels to shrink so that they are not damaged by during the procedure and also helps the fats to swell up and be firm so that it can be taken out easily without any bleeding.
The fats are taken out from the body through small slits made on the skin. Then a special small and thin instrument called the cannula is injected through these slits. The cannula is inserted in back and forth manner to suck out the fat from the body. Immediately after this procedure, an elastic garment is provided to be worn to support the skin and to gain the desired contour.