Liposuction & Liposhaping
Cosmetic, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
The human body hosts two different types of fat tissues. The first is the subcutaneous fat that changes size and thickness as the body gains and loses weight. This tissue can effectively be reduced in size with diet and sports. The second is the visceral fat, a genetically coded mass lying much deeper inside a human body and covering its organs, that remains in place unaffected by any diet or exercise. Fat tissues of this type usually appear in thighs, legs, waists and the abdominal regions of female patients, and in and around the bellies and waists of their male counterparts in light to heavy concentrations, depending on familial and racial traits. In male bodies, thick layering of fat takes place in the belly, breasts and the neck, and waist perimeter. Intra-abdominal obesity (excess visceral fat in the abdominal cavity) is a typical condition of males.
The process of vacuuming out and then transferring fat in other parts of human body is known as “Liposhaping” or “Fat Shaping Surgery”. This process relies exclusive on “Liposuction”, which is analogous with “suction of fat”. The gradual inclusion of fat injections in this process has broadened its curing capacities and coverage.
Liposuction is not a weight reduction surgery. Liposuction, also known as lipectomy or lipoplasty, is a procedure that improves the body’s contours and proportion by removing excess fat deposits to slim and reshape specific areas of the body.
- Improves the body’s contours and proportion by removing localised and disproportional deposits of fat
- Removes deposits of fat appearing in bulges that persist despite a healthy diet and exercise
- Eliminates unappealing skin folds and helps with reshaping of fat deposits
- The procedure requires general anaesthesia
- The procedure takes 2 to 4 hours on average, depending on the nature and complexity of the procedure and area of treatment
- The procedure requires an overnight stay at the hospital
- The operation sites should be supported with corsets worn for about 2 to 4 post-operative weeks
- A much better-looking, nicer body and posture with beautified contour and relief in great deal from fat deposits at discomforting sites following surgery
- All scars are applied as minimally as possible and such that they can be covered by your underwear
- Scars will fade away after an average period of 9 to 12 months, although this varies depending on the quality of skin
Liposhaping is suitable for both ladies and gentlemen.