High-Definition Liposculpture in Women
We are hearing a lot about high-definition liposculpture in men. Men who like to have a 6-pack or even a 4-pack. This is most prominent on the upper abdomen and also can be seen on the side on the abs. It is a procedure that Dr Lanzer first brought to Australia about 6 years ago following training in Japan and America.
Even though this procedure is quite known with men, women also take advantage of this procedure to create a more athletic appearance for themselves. The patient in question is usually on or around their target weight but wants to fine-tune their athletic body by getting rid of some persistent fat deposits.
Since men and women are quite different, women who are considering the procedure can find more information about liposculpture below. To understand how this procedure can enhance the female body, please read the information provided by the Dr Lanzer Clinic below.
What Is Female High-Definition Liposculpture?
Most females have high-definition along the sides of the abdomen; this in order to give a better shape. Some females also have the procedure on their upper buttocks, where it joins onto the lower back to give a better shape to the bottom. Occasionally, Dr Lanzer will also do a high-definition of the calves and ankles or of the outer arms.
During a high-definition liposculpture, Dr Lanzer will target specific fat deposits in the treatment area, during which the fat is removed. By doing so, Dr Lanzer can create a more athletic look in that area, fully showcasing the hard work the patient has done in the gym.
How to Get the Skin Contraction from the Photograph?
Skin contraction happens both from natural healing of the skin, contraction of the canals produced by the liposculpture, and the method of liposculpture. Dr Lanzer has a great interest in skin contraction – as he is a dermatologist as well as a cosmetic surgery – and has always been interested in how the dermis will contract following fat removal.
Which Areas of the Body Show Skin Contraction Post-Liposculpture?
Really any area of the body where there is large fat accumulation, one does see contraction. This is particularly seen in the neck, where there is drooping due to fat accumulation. The sculpture can cause a total lift on the drooping breast as well, where the breast will contract and tighten and on loose stomachs where the stomach will become contracted and smoother rather than drooping.
Is Exercise Important After Having Liposuction?
Exercise is extremely important for post-operative care for all forms of surgery. Sometimes fat is underneath the stomach muscle. If patients do not diet, they will always have a projection, often referred to as bloating.
What Is the Process to Understanding If Liposculpture Is the Best Treatment for Me?
The process starts with a consultation. Firstly, one of my consultants will explain how the procedure goes and also determine your goal, what you are looking for, and if it is realistic. I would then give a detailed explanation of the procedure and what we can hope for. Sometimes, I will help you understand by showing you photographs and drawing on them. My nurses also explain things. In our practice we are very thorough and we do insist on second consultations, sometimes on the phone, together with advice from a psychologist and dietitian.
Patients often find it beneficial to look at before and after photographs in this gallery or videos. We do have videos of times when I have been on television; this is often very helpful for patients who like more visual information sources.
View more Liposuction Before & After Photos here.
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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 Cosmetic surgeon such as a Dermatologist 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.
Some before and after photos shown are not exact, in that they vary in light, contrast, clothing, background, distance from camera, hairstyle and make-up.