Liposculpture means body modeling by liposuction and / or lipofiling so that certain areas of the body are revealed. For example, in the abdomen, fat can be aspirated so as to create the impression of a well-worked abdominal muscles. Or at the level of pectorals in men, they can be "carved" into the fatty tissue above.

At the level of the buttocks, the same can be done and it is aspirated intensely from the level of the subfasher trench and above the buttocks (the lumbar region) so that the buttocks appear to be more prominent. Eventually, the extracted fat can be fed to the buttocks to increase the volume
The use of fatty tissue as filling material has been imagined and used for many years, but the results have been daunting. For a few years, however, the fat transplantation technique has seen a clear improvement so today it is increasingly used. And the instrumentation used in this way has been altered, the technique is called microlipofiling
Frequently Asked Questions How many liposculpture sessions are needed to get definitive results?
If it is the liposculpture in which liposuction prevails then the results are definitive and often good from the first intervention. Sometimes small corrections are needed that can be done at least 2 months after the previous intervention.
If liposculpture is done mainly by lipofiling, then it will be necessary to make adjustments!
What are the areas that can "sculpt" with liposculpture?
Almost any area of ​​the body can be modeled in this way. Using appropriate instruments can be accessed areas such as cheeks, arms, cervical region, menton or mandibular area, etc. What are the risks of liposculpture?
The risks of surgery are those of general anesthesia, because these operations are under general anesthesia. If the areas that are remodeling are small then the surgery can be done with local anesthesia.
Immediately after surgery, bruising, edema, pain, temporary local anesthesia may occur. All this will disappear over the next 2-3 weeks. What are the contraindications of liposculpture?
Contraindications include serious blood, dermatological, infectious, casecys, chronic cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, etc. In cases where fat is poorly represented, this method of surgical body remodeling can not be practiced.
How long does recovery take after liposculpture?
Recovery after surgery is 2-3 weeks. It is imperative to follow the advice of your doctor and wear the bandages or elastic ties that are prescribed to you. Recovery is much faster if you do simple local massages or endermological lymph drainage. Their goal is to reduce postoperative edema and level and even out the final result.

Final healing occurs 6 months after surgery and involves scar tissue so that a new lipoaspiration correction on the same area will be very difficult. Any necessary correction can be done successfully within 6 months of surgery.
It is therefore important to keep in touch with your doctor, present yourself to the mandatory postoperative controls so that only your healing can be monitored.

There are specialists who practice any form of liposuction or liposculpture, obligatory, in 2 stages, at 2 months interval between them, precisely because very often it is necessary to retouch postoperatively.
The association with lipolysis is welcomed because it has frequently been observed that retouching can be done successfully with this method, and then to continue the massage. What are the postoperative liposculpture care?
After surgery, you will remain in the clinic for 24 hours under medical supervision. You will have to undergo antibiotic, anti-inflammatory and antialgic treatment, 5-7 days postoperatively to prevent infections and excess inflammation.

Even from the operating table you will wear the elastic garment you will have to wear 2 months postoperatively. Massage can be begun from the second postoperative week on that garment, using the endermological device set on postlipoaspiration. The frequency of massage sessions should not be very high, a weekly massage session usually enough.

Massage should be practiced sustained, a long, during all 6 months of healing
Although treatment is very effective, however, 1% of patients do not get the desired results!
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