Liposuction is a procedure than can be used either as a single treatment or in combination with some of the other procedures to help deliver fast and effective results or to enhance the final our come of surgery for the patient.
Our team currently offers 5 different types of Liposuction dependant of the results that need to be obtained, some of these procedures are also carried out under local anaesthic as a Walk In – Walk Out procedure.
For male patients undergoing breast surgery, often referred to as “Gynaecomastia”, this procedure is very effective when liposuction is used as part of the surgical procedure to either reduce or re-shape the breast tissue. Due to the multiple lipo techniques available it is best to consult with one of our surgeons to discuss your options, to establish if this would suit you.
Liposuction is a well-tested and commonly used cosmetic surgery technique used to remove unwanted body fat by sucking fat form specific areas sometimes there are chemicals used; agitation techniques; and various types of suction / extraction methods used. Liposuction is carried out where deposits of fat have accumulated in the breast area of both men and women. Liposuction removes fat cells and can alter breast shape, although the results may not be optimal if you put on weight after the procedure. Depending on the technique used and the amount of fat to be removed these procedure normally take between 1 to 2 hours and in many cases can be done under local anaesthetic.
Recovery & Aftercare
In most cases down time is 1 to 2 weeks although bruising and swelling may occur for several weeks after this period.
Patients should wear a surgical support garment / bra for a period of at least a month after surgery
Lifting and strenuous exercise should be avoided for a minimum of two weeks
It is recommend that patients apply a silicone based scar gel 3 weeks after surgery for up to 4 months.
Liposuction Surgery costs from £3,600
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