Liposuction is a surgical procedure used to remove unwanted fat from selected areas of the body in order to give a more contoured, often firmer look. Typically the areas of the body that can be treated are the buttocks, hips, thighs and abdomen as these tend to be the places that store larger deposits of fat.
Newer procedures have made liposuction, safer, easier, and less painful:
Am I suitable for Liposuction?
A consultation can determine if you are suitable for Liposuction. The ideal candidate should be in good health and have realistic expectations.
On what part of my body can I have Liposuction?
Liposuction surgery can be performed on any part of the body to help sculpt or remove fat. Common body parts for Liposuction include the abdomen, the buttocks, the arms, chin, knees, hips, thighs and breasts.
How long does the Liposuction procedure take?
The Liposuction procedure can take between 1-3 hours long depending on the area of the body being treated.
Is Liposuction safe and are there any risks or side effects?
Liposuction performed by a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon has a high safe performing success rate. Adverse effects may be caused by high fat deposits being removed and result in infection, bleeding or scarring.
What results should I expect from Liposuction surgery?
Substantial improvement where parts of the body have been surgically treated to compliment a good healthy diet and regular exercise.
Is liposuction safe and are there any risks or side effects?
Liposuction performed by a qualified and experienced plastic surgeon has a high safe performing success rate. Adverse effects may be caused by high fat deposits being removed causing rippling skin, bruising, or temporary swelling.