Liposuction and Liposculpture

Liposuction is a procedure that allows the surgeon to sculpt the body by removing unwanted fat located in specific areas: abdomen, flanks, thighs, knees, arms, chin, among other locations.

With vibroliposuction technique, it is possible to eliminate this localized fat excess, resistant to diet and exercise. This is the most popular intervention in the world and it is often combined with other surgical procedures within the scope of plastic surgery. During the last decade, liposuction has benefited from important advances and refinements. There are various techniques and instruments (liposuction associated with ultrasound, tumescent infiltration and “superwet”) that allow the surgeon to achieve more precise results and with a shorter recovery time. Fat transfer, or autologous fat grafting, allows the transfer of fat that is aspirated at a location where it is most abundant, and it is subsequently transferred to other anatomical regions that require a greater volume. The main target regions are the face, hands, breast and buttocks. This is a booming procedure, increasingly sought and with excellent results.


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