Liposculpture is a surgical procedure in which cannulas (short tubes) aspirates the fat deposits and begins to shape and give more shape to the body. Once the excess fat is removed, it is processed to be reinserted by injections to fill other parts of the body such as glutes, bust, calves, legs, etc.
Improve body contour and give a better appearance of areas of the body such as: abdomen, buttocks, arms, hips, thighs, knees, ankles, cheeks, neck, chin.
RESULTS THAT CAN BE ACHIEVED:
They will be seen several months after the surgery. Liposculpture is aimed at improving the shape of your body, it is not effective for significant weight loss. Small pockets of fat that do not respond to physical exercise can be treated effectively with this procedure.
DURATION OF THE PROCEDURE:
It will depend on how many and which areas are treated during the procedure.
SURGICAL AND POSTSURGICAL ASPECTS
- General anesthesia is used. In some cases it may be done by local anesthesia with a sedative.
- Hospitalization is generally not required.
- You can resume work after 2 weeks of the procedure. During the first 3 or 4 weeks it will be necessary to use an elastic band that will help to reduce the swelling and that the skin adapts to the new form.
Temporary bruising and inflammation, bruising, loss of temporal sensitivity in the treated area, pain that is controlled with common medications.
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Last updated: Dec 23, 2017 1:54 am