Liposculpture

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Liposculpture

Bothered by stubborn fat that simply won’t go away even after resorting to a healthy diet and exercising regularly? This is because our bodies are design to genetically store fat. When we gain weight, the fat cells in our body expand and that’s where the bulge often comes from. Traditional weight-loss methods might not respond to these stubborn areas. This is where treatments like Liposculpture can help you remove those unattractive fatty bulges from your body.

Liposculpture is one of the most common cosmetic surgery procedures today. With advanced technology and treatment, it removes fat deposits from a particular area in the human body and results in better body contouring. It is a fantastic procedure that will leave you feeling confident and rejuvenated.

 

Which area can Liposculpture be performed on?

It can be performed in many areas of the body including abdomen, thighs, hips, stomach, buttocks and even on the face. Liposculpture on the neck and chin can mark reduction of that often troubling double chin. It also decreases the fatty folds and sagging of the neck and can help achieve a better definition of the jaw line.

How Long Does Liposculpture Last for?

Liposculpture removes fat. It is important to keep in mind that Liposculpture is not a weight loss procedure but more so removes fat for better overall body contouring. Accumulating new fat afterwards will be evenly distributed throughout the body but the area in which has been treated should maintain its contoured shape. To effectively maintain the Liposculpture result, eating healthy and exercising regularly is highly recommended.

Does Liposculpture treat obesity?

Liposculpture is not an effective treatment for obesity and is not an alternative to dieting. The procedure works best on those whose weight is stable and/or have localized areas of fat deposits.

What Are the Possible Symptoms Experienced?

  • Varying between individuals, you might experience soreness and swelling for several days around the treated area
  • Temporary bruising which can last up to two to three weeks

How is Liposculpture different to Liposuction?

These two words are often used interchangeably as both techniques are used to remove excess fat in the body.

The main difference is that Liposuction will require a general anesthesia and a large incision whilst Liposculpture will only need local anesthesia and is performed with a thin tube, 1mm in diameter, to minimize scarring. Comparative to Liposculpture, Liposuction will also require a longer recovery time.

 

To find out more about Liposculpture and whether it is right for you, email at enquiry@vervecosmeticclinic.com.au or call us on (02) 9363 2224.

 

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