Despite sticking to a diet and exercise regime, you may have fat deposits that are unresponsive to your consistent efforts. Liposuction is a refined aesthetic technique that targets exercise resistant fat to create a slimmer, more proportionate silhouette.
Liposuction is extremely effective, targeting stubborn areas such as neck and chin, upper arms, abdomen, flanks, buttocks, hips and thighs.
Why people have this procedure:
Traditional weight loss and exercise have failed to produce desired results.
It is also commonly paired with other surgical procedures for better overall results.
Removing unwanted, isolated fat from tricky areas such as upper arms, thighs, and “saddle bags.”
This is an artistic, bespoke procedure. It requires a critical eye and attention to detail to achieve beautiful results. Your surgeon will listen to your goals, and after discussion and an examination they will recommend a plan that is most appropriate for your needs, to produce the most attractive and satisfying outcome.
This minimally invasive procedure requires only a cannula, tumescent fluid, and a few small incisions to perform.
A saline solution with anesthetic is injected into the area(s) being treated, which aids in fat removal and to help relieve discomfort.
Small incisions are made in the skin, and a long, thin instrument called a cannula is inserted to gently and carefully remove the fatty deposits with suction.
When the surgeon is satisfied that they have reached the desired outcome, the incisions are closed with sutures.
Following your procedure, you will be placed in a surgical compression garment, or your surgical areas will be wrapped to help reduce swelling. Pain medication will also be prescribed to help reduce your discomfort following surgery. It is normal to experience swelling and bruising after your procedure, but we will advise you on how to treat this to accelerate your recovery.
After a week or two of recovery, you should notice a significant reduction in discomfort, and may be able to return to your low impact job
If your work is a little more strenuous, you may need longer than 2 weeks to recover
Be sure to drink plenty of fluids, and eat a healthy, well-balanced diet
We have a bespoke aftercare protocol that ensures that all patients have the best possible surgical outcome. This includes lymphatic massage, radio frequency to break down fibrous tissue/banding, and IV drips to hydrate and help speed up recovery.