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For those of you plagued by trouble spots that don’t respond to dieting, working out or lifting weights, Liposculpture may be the procedure that solves some of your problems.

Liposculpture combines Liposuction and Autologous Fat transfer, allowing you to get rid of unwanted fat, while filling in wrinkles, facial lines, some deformities, thin skin on hands, as well as breasts and buttocks. So your abdomen, thighs, back, hips – whatever is out of balance on your body – can become sleeker while your face can look younger or other parts of your body can become rounder or fuller.

About Liposculpture

In a consultation with your physician, you can discuss areas that you would like to be thinner, along with other areas that you think may need the support of extra fat tissue. Your physician can determine if you are a good candidate for liposculpture and the two of you can decide treatment areas.

Liposculpture removes unwanted fat deposits creating a sleeker shape, which alone can give your body a more balanced and pleasing look. However, the removed can then be injected (after it is processed and purified) into your face, your hands, or other parts of your body.

About the Procedure

Liposculpture combines the Liposuction procedure with the micro-fat grafting procedure. Using Analogous Fat (that is fat from your own body) guarantees that your body won’t reject the grafts based on genetic makeup.

Liposculpture begins with liposuction. Using the Tumescent Technique and Power-Assisted Liposuction, Dr. Volshteyn can remove unwanted fat from designated areas. This fat is collected and then processed, leaving only pure fat cells for the micro-fat grafting. The purified fat is then injected into predetermined areas, creating a more youthful appearance.

A Time to Heal

The duration of the procedure depends on the extent of Liposculpturing you require. Liposculpture is typically performed under local or light anesthesia and you are able to go home the same day. You may be required to wear a pressure garment for several days to help support your new shape. While Dr. Volshteyn will provide you post-op instructions, you should be prepared to take it easy for about a week. After then you’ll be able to go back to work and resume light activities. After about six weeks you’ll be able to do more strenuous activities.

You should expect some swelling from the areas that received Liposculpturing, with swelling peaking on the third day after surgery. After that the swelling should remarkably improve and continue to improve for several weeks to a few months.

Risks and Complications

All surgeries come with some level of risk and complications including infection, bruising, swelling, hematomas, and asymmetries, but these are rare. Taking care of yourself properly and following post-op instructions will help to minimize any potential risks.

For some people, the cards that genetics has dealt them can be very frustrating. It can be very reassuring to learn that real options such as Liposculpturing exist, so that they can decide for themselves to take the next step and have the body they always dreamed of.