Mega Liposuction Before And After Photos (11)
Dr Daniel Lanzer is a cosmetic dermatologist who has been at the forefront of new developments and innovation in cosmetic surgery for over 20 years. Dr Lanzer explains that there has been a long- standing drive to find procedures that are less invasive, leave less scars and give a more natural appearance.
The procedures that now are described as “mini” procedures include:
Mini Face Lift
Mini face lift involves elevating a small area, about 5cm, around the ear and tightening the underlying muscle including the loose skin. At the same a liposculpture is usually performed on the jowls and neck. The end result is generally a very tight jawline and neck shape. This procedure is performed for both men and women, with most patients aged from 45 to 75.
Mini Tummy Tuck
With a collection of fat on the stomach Dr Lanzer performs Vaso liposculpture. This procedure removes fat and causes skin contraction. This is very effective in designing stomach shape, and can create looks such as “six pack”, or the athletic shaping in a female. When the skin is loose, in some cases from losing a lot of weight or following pregnancy, the skin may need to be excised. The mini tummy tuck involves tumescent liposuction followed by cutting out the skin from the lower stomach. This procedure is usually performed as a day outpatient procedure, at Dr Lanzer’s Outpatient Day Surgery Centre.
Mini Brow Lift
When aging changes occur around the eyes, the main way to rejuvenate the eyes is with a Laser upper and lower Blepharoplasty. With the use of laser, there is no cutting or suture marks on the lower lid and the bags are removed from within. Dr Lanzer performs a direct brow lift, which is a small localised cut along the upper brow for a direct lift of the drooping of skin.
HOW DID YOU DO THAT?
There are many methods in cosmetic surgery – and there are benefits in explaining to those considering cosmetic treatment how some of these procedures are performed. We asked Dr Danny Lanzer, a celebrity cosmetic dermatologic surgeon, to outline some areas of interest.
What happens to the loose skin after liposuction ?
With liposuction, thousands of canals are made into the fat. These all contract and close so the external skin is sucked in and tightens.
How can one non-surgically remove fat?
The latest method involves freezing the fat. We use the new Coolshape, which can potentially remove 1/3 of the fat by destroying the fat cells.
How does the mini face lift help the jaw line?
The fat is almost totally suctioned from the neck, with the sagging muscle of both the face and neck pulled up by a deep muscle stick before the skin is excised. This generally results in an acute, tight neck angle.
Can anything help Cellulite ?
Yes, the new Cellulaze device is a modification of laser lipolysis that breaks the fibres under the skin. This is a particularly exciting area of cosmetic surgery.
How does the stomach become flat with lipotuck?
The fat is suctioned , the muscle is tightened and the skin is removed. It’s all done without hospital admission.
How do you create a “6 pack” stomach shape?
We use selective liposculpture around the deep muscles so that one’s own muscle shape becomes visible without the need for exercise.
“Man boobs” -what’s the cause?
Mostly “Man Boobs” become apparent through genetic makeup. It may be just fat or glands under the nipple. Often, men complain that in the heat the nipple sticks out. All these characteristics are removable, with minimal signs of treatment.
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Surgical Warning: Every form of surgery has a possibility of a complication and these are given to you in detail by Dr Lanzer. It is a good idea to understand your surgical procedure well, and to obtain further advice from another Specialist such as a Dermatological surgeon like Dr Lanzer.
All photographs represent one person’s experience, and results may vary for each patient. All photographs are of actual patients of Dr Lanzer. The visible change in these photographs has occurred as a result of the procedure/s undertaken.