Liposculpture surgery is a procedure that is designed to help lose excess stubborn fat in their bodies.

Some times when you exercise and diet you are unable to lose the fat on specific areas on the body. Liposculpture surgery helps those that need help losing localized fat. Liposculpture surgery works best for people who keep a healthy lifestyle and have deposits of stubborn fat that they cannot get rid off with traditional ways.

It is important to be close to your goal weight before getting the Liposculpture surgery procedure to achieve optimal results or you may need several Liposculpture surgery treatments to achieve your goals.

Liposculpture surgery can help you reach your body contouring goals and make your body look slimmer and sculpted.

Liposculpture surgery results are long lasting if you keep and active lifestyle and a healthy diet. Any Liposculpture surgery procedure will work best for you if you are closest to your goal weight. If you cannot keep up with an exercise routine or a healthy diet you have a higher chance of gaining the pounds backs. Liposculpture surgery will remove fat cells from the area treated preventing this area from gaining all the fat back. However, the fat can then come back in other areas of the body if the person gains weight after their Liposculpture surgery.

Always remember to exercise and follow a healthy diet after the Liposculpture surgery procedure to maintain the results achieved with your Liposculpture surgery procedure.

Liposculpture Surgery Body Areas The Liposculpture surgery procedure can be performed on different areas of the body. The most often used places for the Liposculpture surgery procedure are: the back, stomach, thighs, waist, saddle bags, hips, arms, neck, ankles, breasts, face and legs.

Liposculpture Surgery Consultation
At the consultation you will discuss with the doctor everything that will be going on throughout the entire Liposculpture surgery procedure and healing process. It is a good idea to know what kind of Liposculpture surgery technique you want at this point, because not all Liposculpture doctors perform every technique.

At the Liposculpture surgery consultation the first thing the doctor will do is to examine your body, specifically the area on the body you want the fat removed. After going over the body, the Liposculpture doctor will tell you in detail, what kind of anesthesia will be used, how long the Liposculpture surgery procedure will take, how long the healing process will take, and about the results and how you can make the results achieved with Liposculpture surgery long lasting.

Liposculpture Surgery Procedure
Liposculpture surgery uses a high powered suction machine that can help remove the fat cells and then suck them out completely out of the body. The first thing that the Liposculpture surgeon will do is give you the anesthesia. This is the anesthesia that was talked about during the Liposculpture surgery consultation.

The Liposculpture doctor will make small incisions on the area of the body you want the fat removed from. The incisions are usually a quarter of an inch, but can go up to three inches depending on where the body you’re getting this procedure. When the small incisions are made the Liposculpture surgeon will then put the tube into the body. When the tube is in the body, the Liposculpture surgery doctor will then press a button, and will move the tube around in the incision to suck out your fat. The tube that is used is a very small tube that you won’t feel anything from.

The length of the Liposculpture surgery will depend on the number of areas treated and the extent of the Liposculpture surgery procedure. It can last a few hours for a smaller areas or extend to 4 to 5 hours for large areas where a lot of fat needs to be removed. The average length of a Liposculpture surgery is about 2 to 3 hours.