Liposculpture is an advanced version of liposuction which involves removing both deep and superficial fat. The purpose of the treatment is to produce a body contour that the patient desires.
Liposculpture is an advanced version of liposuction. The purpose of the treatment is to produce a body contour that the patient desires. Any fat that has been removed in the during the treatment can be used elsewhere in the body as a natural filler material if needed. Liposculpture would usually be used on the body, thighs, abdomen, arms and bum.
Liposculpture involves removing both deep and superficial fat. You would firstly have an injection of an anaesthetic and blood staunching solution which causes the fat to swell and the fat cells become weak, and so they can easily be drained off using a fine needle.
There is a massage you can get to activate the fluid circulation to prepare the body for the vibro liposculptre if you wish.
A vibro liposculpture can be done under general or local anaesthesia and takes 1.5 to 3 hours, depending on the number of areas to be treated.
After having liposculptre, you are likely to experience swelling, bruising and tenderness but these slide effects will reduce after a few weeks. The extent of the slide effects can be reduced further by taking Arnica for one week before the surgery and two weeks afterwards.
Taking a mild painkiller such as Paracetamol will reduce any discomfort you may be experiencing. When the swelling starts to reduce, the treated area is likely to start hardening, but massage can be used to help flatten and soften the area.
Patients who have loose skin and/or cellulite are not ideal candidates for the liposculpture procedure, as the treatment could make these conditions worse.
Prices start from £3,110, but there is no set price for liposuction surgery. Every patient is different and treated on an individual, case-by-case basis.