Liposculpture is the term given to the technique used to sculpt your figure, eliminating localized fat deposits and making a liposuction in areas determined in the diagnosis to improve the silhouette..
It is performed by introducing a cannula under the dermis through very small incisions to make a liposuction of the abdomen, later this extracted fat is infiltrated in another area of the body to improve the contour. The technique will be selected by the surgeon depending on the area to be treated and the specific objectives of each patient.
The most common areas to extract fat are:
Back and thorax
The results of liposculpture are long lasting or permanent if the patient maintains a healthy lifestyle.
The candidates for liposculpture are men and women over 18 years old with a good state of health, without obesity or affections that may cause complications during the surgery and that seek to improve the body contour.
It is important to clarify that liposculpture is not an alternative to lose weight or eliminate cellulite.
The procedure is performed under general anesthesia with the supervision of an anesthesiologist.
This procedure takes three to five hours depending on the technique selected by the surgeon.
The recovery time is approximately thirty days. It is important to follow the doctor's instructions. The patient should wear a post-operative compression garment and attend lymphatic drainage sessions to avoid complications and enjoy a quick recovery. The patient will be able to return to normal activities gradually.
Hospitalization: 1 night
Surgery Time: 5 Hours
Rest Time: 30 days