The aim of this procedure is to correct localized adipose excesses distributed in different regions of the body (hips), hips, belly, inner thighs, inside knees, calves, ankles, arms, double chin. The surgical indication takes into account the adipose infiltration but especially the possibilities of skin elasticity that condition the quality of the result.
The procedure is performed under extensive local anesthesia or under general anesthesia and lasts an average of 1 hour to 2 hours.
Operative surgeries: edema and ecchymosis occur in operated areas. The ecchymoses subside in 10 to 15 days and the edema decreases gradually. Wearing a compression garment is recommended for 5 to 6 weeks.
Complications, are very rare .The result is definitive between the 3rd and 6th month. A slight contour irregularity can be seen despite an irreproachable technique ( retouching possible from the 6th month).
Conclusion, liposuction effectively and durably corrects these unsightly adipose excesses located in different parts of the body. The scars are practically invisible and the result is definitive after 5 to 6 months.
Slow LipoSuccion & assisted LipoSculpture
Lipoaspiration makes it possible to eliminate radically and definitively the localized fatty masses whose slimming diets and physical activity have not been able to overcome. Under no circumstances should this intervention replace a plan.
The technique has been improved by the hydro jet and a better knowledge of cutaneous tissues for the development of new tools.
This makes it possible to achieve the harmonious and non-traumatic aspiration of excess fat cells.
This new concept of liposuction uses a pressurized hydro jet with sufficient power to detach fatty clusters while preserving the surrounding tissue, which limits bleeding, hence hematomas, as well as postoperative pain.
The work of the surgeon is more precise and the vascularization as well as the skin structures better respected.
Revolutionary ! The Assisted LipoSculpture
We have gone from cosmetic surgery to genuine surgery of the silhouette, which allows, by sucking and then reinjecting fat cells, to realize a real sculpture of the body.
The good quality of the sucked fat allows its re-injection into other parts of the body, whose volume is to be increased (this is the principle of autograft).
Its specificity is to restore the contours of the body that have changed over time.
The abdominal plasty
The purpose of the correction is to tighten the skin of the stomach, tighten the distended muscles, then a liposuction to remove the excess fat.
The procedure is carried out under extensive or general local anesthesia and lasts an average of 2 hours to 2 hours ½
Operative suites: gene at the level of the wall (tension), it frequently associates edema (swelling) and ecchymoses that are resolved in a few days.
An abdominal restraint is absolutely necessary (elastic waistband or light sheath).
The final result after the intervention is obtained on average at the 3rd month and will be stable towards the 8th month.
- Bleeding may occur within hours or days after surgery.
- Conclusion, this is a relatively cumbersome procedure with fairly long surgical follow-up, the main disadvantage is the mandatory scar that is very visible during the first year.
The arm lift-1
This procedure is indicated when there is a significant excess of skin and fat on the inside of the arm.
The procedure is performed under extensive local anesthesia or under general anesthesia.
Following surgery, edema and ecchymoses appear in the operated regions, which gradually resolve.
Conclusion, this intervention if it actually leaves a vertical scar on the internal face of the arm, it effectively corrects the adipose and aesthetic adipose excesses of the skin.
This intervention aims to correct the relaxation of the inside and outside of the thighs and is intended to remove excess skin, reduce the thickness of the adipose panicle and fix the superficial and aponeurotic plane.
The procedure is performed under thorough local anesthesia and in some cases under epidural anesthesia.
Operative surgeries: edema and ecchymosis appear in the operated regions which gradually resolve.
Conclusion, this intervention effectively corrects the collapse of the inner face of the thighs with a relatively discreet but always visible scar.