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LIPOSCULPTURE – Everything you need to know

Today we will try to explain the top 5 questions about Liposculpture with you. That most people search on the internet

#1 What is Liposculpture?

Liposculpture is a surgical procedure that involves the removal of fat from one part of the body. To give more volume, we will inject the fat we have taken from an area of the body that is either too much or not enough. This is the most popular and traditional method of injecting fat into the buttocks. It can give the buttocks a more defined shape or increase their volume.

Liposculpture is a combination of liposuction and liposuction. It involves removing fat from one area of the body and injecting it through a lip injection technique to another. This allows us to increase the volume or shape of that part of our bodies. You may also be interested to know How to Remove Lumps After Liposuction?

 

#2 How do they do Liposculpture?

Cannulas are the most basic and well-known method. They look like a needle from a syringe but are thicker and longer. They measure approximately 10 to 30 cm in length. They have a diameter of between 2 mm and 5 mm, or 6 mm. The most common are currently 3 mm and 4 mm.

These cannulas are introduced into the fatty tissue and fat of the patient. For this purpose, a machine that creates a vacuum is used.

Once the vacuum has been created, we can begin to aspirate fat. Once the fat has been collected cleanly and safely, it can be prepared for injection in a suitable location to increase volume, such as in the buttocks. This is the basic liposuction procedure.

 

#3 Who performs liposuction and Liposculpture?

For other procedures, I have already shared with you that you can go to a Plastic Surgeon or you can go to an Otorhinolaryngologist in the case of rhinoplasty, or in the case of Botox, it can be applied by a Plastic Surgeon or a Dermatologist.

This certification must be current as he is a specialist as indicated by his training.

 

#4 When should you have liposuction performed?

If the patient is interested in liposuction, they are likely looking for it. If the patient states that there is something they don’t love about their body, there is likely a particular fat that is not pleasing to them. After the patient decides to have liposuction, he will need to go to an assessment. The plastic surgeon will then be able to determine if the patient is suitable for the procedure.

The first thing the Plastic Surgeon must check is the general health of the patient. He also needs to determine if the patient is suffering from any additional diseases, such as if he smokes or if he has diabetes.

Second, it will assess how much fat needs to be removed. In general, we won’t recommend that plastic surgeons operate on obese patients. Liposuction is not a procedure to lose weight. It is a procedure to shape the body with a lower body mass index than 30, which is sufficient to perform liposuction.

 

#5 Liposuction is not intended for weight loss but to shape the body.

You can remove fat from any part of your body. It can be done on the neck, trunk, abdomen, back, and extremities.

How can we inject fat to increase volume? The gluteal area may be the best area to inject fat. However, it is possible to inject it in other areas, such as the breasts and hips. The results can be unpredictable depending on where they are injected. This should also be checked by your plastic surgeon.

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