There’s no guarantee of specific results and that the results can vary.
Liposuction, also known as liposculpture, is an effective surgical process that has become the most popular procedure for removing excess fat deposits. For a number of years, cosmetic surgery has been routinely performed around the eyes, nose, chin, cheekbones, breasts and abdomen of many people throughout the world. These procedures have all been continually refined with ever improving results. A heightened sense of confidence and increased self-esteem has been enjoyed by hundreds of thousand of patients through the art of cosmetic surgery.
For many others however, treatment for their problems has not been available until 1987 when Dr Jeffrey Klein published his first article describing the tumescent liposuction technique. These are the people who possess a maldistribution of body fat which causes their figures to be misshapen by what are commonly called saddlebags, love handles, pot belly and thunder thighs. Subsequent years have seen continual improvement with the tumescent liposuction technique. Liposuction is now a procedure of exceptional finesse that can be accomplished totally by local anaesthesia.
Areas where there is excess fat. Chin, upper arms, breast, abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs (inner + outer), knees, calves and ankles.
An average of 2 to 4 hours.
Liposculpture is not a treatment for obesity, though in some cases, volume reduction in a series of procedures can provide raised self esteem and can be a major incentive for you to manage your weight and exercise more effectively. It is known that fat cells are high in inflammation and reducing ones fatty tissue has beneficial effects on ones level of cellular inflammation.
Liposuction is equally effective for both sexes.
The Liposuction Institute offers you a unique approach to liposuction. Dr Ron Goedeke (Appearance Medicine and Cosmetic Physician) combines liposuction with a unique wellness program.