Six-pack surgery can be performed under both local and general anesthesia. The procedure is very similar to regular liposuction, which uses a cannula to remove extra fat from the body.
First, the surgeon draws lines on the skin of the abdomen that marks the location of the six-pack. These lines are used as a guide during surgery. Then a few small incisions are made in the stomach.
Next, a small metal tube called a cannula is inserted under the skin to extract extra fat from under the drawn lines. To create a six-pack on the abdomen, the surgeon strategically places some fatty tissue under the points that need to be prominent.
Finally, the surgeon removes the cannula and sutures the incisions. Dry sterile gauze and sanitary pads are placed on the suture and incision site.
The final result of this operation will be seen after six months.