Liposculpture

Liposculpture is an alternative, minimally invasive form of liposuction pioneered in the late 20th century. Rather than using large incisions to remove fat from the body, liposculpture uses small suction mechanism to target specific fat deposits under the skin.

This procedure removes fat that don’t responds to diet or exercise, it is done under general or local anesthesia, injecting Klein tumescent fluid into the fat, then with the vaser solid titanium cannula high frequency sound waves are delivered causing fat cells break apart and emulsify into the infusion fluid. The fat then is easily removed via specially design suction cannula.

There is no damage to the surrounding tissues, such as nerves, blood, vessels or elastic connective tissue. That result in better skin retraction giving the patient a smooth contour and rapid healing.

The postoperative time is painless, with minimal skin bruises and swelling.

Five to six days will be enough to return to normal activities.

The patient has to wear a compression girdle for at least one month.