What is Liposculpting?
Liposculpting is a surgical procedure that is used to give you more muscle tone and shapeliness. It treats little pockets of fat, unlike traditional liposuction which covers larger areas. Liposculpting & fat transfer is sometimes used in conjunction with this procedure to add definition to specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, buttocks, chest, and arms. Liposculpting is, performed by Board Certified Surgeon, Dr. Pasha uses specialized techniques to sculpt the superficial layers of fat beneath the skin to reveal a more chiseled appearance.
This image is of a patient directly after Liposculpting surgery and still has substantial swelling but, as you can see the results are amazing. Liposculpting removes smaller, more targeted areas of fat to contour the body resulting in a contoured, toned and athletic appearance.
About the Procedure
Liposculpture generally takes between two and four hours. You will receive local anesthesia and may receive oral sedation. Dr. Pasha use the tumescent technique, which helps limit blood loss and scarring. During the procedure, Dr. Pasha injects a sterile solution containing numbing medicine. They then make a tiny incision and places a small tube, or cannula, under the skin into the fat. Dr. Pasha uses a small cannula to move the fat, release it, and then remove it with a suction. Sometimes the fat is purified, processed, and transferred to other parts of the body, like the buttocks or face, to enhance features in those areas. Many patients combine Liposculpting with other procedures, like tummy tucks. Combining different procedures can help you achieve a total body transformation during a single visit.
Contact Florida Cosmetic Center today to learn more about Liposculpting for men & women.