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Liposuction or liposculpture reduces or modifies adiposity in the areas of the body where it is used and promotes a remodeling of the shape with cosmetic and functional benefits. Despite maintaining good health and physical shape, many people have their bodies deformed by uncomfortable localized fat deposits.


Liposuction can be used to treat these deposits in various places on the body, such as:


· Abdomen and girdle

· Thigh and buttock

· Arm, neck and back

· Knee

· Chest

· Face and chin


Liposuction can be used alone or in combination with other surgeries (face lift, breast reduction or abdominoplasty).

Liposuction is not a treatment for obesity, nor does it replace healthy eating habits or regular exercise. It is also not a treatment for cellulite.


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Among the best candidates for liposuction are:


· Adults with excess (up to 30%) of their ideal body weight, with elastic skin and good muscle tone

· Non-smokers. Smokers will have to stop their smoking habits for at least 30 days

· Patients who intend to use liposculpture in specific areas of the body (face, breast, buttocks) or who have areas of localized fat deposition in the abdomen or cheval culottes, for example.


Before liposuction, analyzes must be carried out (especially the study of coagulation) and certain medications (aspirin, anti-inflammatory drugs, for example) and tobacco must be suspended for at least one month before surgery. Liposuction is usually performed under local anesthesia. It can be done under general anesthesia but in this case it increases the risk of complications for the patient. A compression band or band should be used in the treated area.


Recovery is fast and usually allows for a return to normal activities the day after the intervention. The results are excellent to good in the vast majority of cases. However, in certain situations, further treatments may be necessary to obtain the desired results.

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