Liposculpture is a actually a liposuction procedure that focuses on tiny body areas. Liposculpture utilizes several techniques (ultrasounds, laser etc). Its critical for anyone considering Liposculpture (here you can find details on the procedure) to read as many testimonials as possible and this is why we share parts of the testimonials we receive in our contact form in the below lines:
I had Liposculpture 10 weeks ago, the procedure was OK and I am currently waiting for the results. For the moment, my major concern is the irritation which still insists but I believe it will soon go away. What is truly important (and my doctor insisted strongly on this) is the post operative home care; in principle, that includes proper nutrition and, secondarily, the wearing of the compression garments for as much as you can. Relative to the former, I am on a relatively low-fat diet plan, drinking plenty of water and having frequent meals with an abundance of fruits and veggies, which is not lousy at all, as I feel almost no hunger in the intervals between the meals. Regarding the compression garments, I try to wear my faja for almost every hour of the day! On the whole, I am positive that my Liposculpture quest will come to a happy ending.
After lots of vain efforts to shed my persistent fat, I decided to undergo liposuction, which I did 3 days ago, for my abdomens, flanks and upper back. I am 5’6″ tall and I weigh 182 lbs. There was no considerable pain or discomfort during the procedure. Moreover, the first results, although it is too early to detect them under the (mild) swelling, are already pretty encouraging! My belly fat seems to have been firmed and I just wait to see the final outcome!
Liposculpture seemed to be the right choice for fixing my body’s imperfections on the tummy and the buttocks, so I tried it. At first, I was kind of buttoned-up, as I entered the operation room with all those assistants and clinic stuff all over me! My anguish got bigger as I lay down face up to receive the anesthesiologist’s services… Luckily, there was really nothing to be troubled, they all were very friendly and reassuring, and soon I was asleep for my treatment to begin. When I woke up, I had been turned pronely (you see, the belly fat had been relocated to my bottom area), having a feeling of mild discomfort, but it all was pretty neat, with no major pain. The procedure had lasted for almost an hour, and after some resting, I was ready to go home.
I have to admit that my recuperation time was not entirely uncomplicated, with the first two days having to change the garments that collected the blood every couple of hours. Luckily, a week after the operation, the bleeding had completely stopped and I was able to walk properly. Also, for three weeks after the procedure, I was being harassed by irritability and tenderness, which however kept on diminishing day by day and, 6-7 weeks after, the swelling was gone. Now, my tummy looks smoother and flatter than ever, while my buttocks are curvier and sexier!
All in all, I am excited with my choice to go for Liposculpture. The whole procedure was uncomplicated and the results just as I had imagined, and even better than that. So, no wonder that I would recommend it to every lady who has a similar problem!
It’s almost six months after the Liposculpture procedure on my buttocks and my inner thighs. I had some bruising and inflammation for several days (and even weeks) after the operation but now it all belongs to history! But the real satisfaction comes from the actual outcome, which delivered smoother and slimmer buttocks and inner thighs areas. On the other hand, and despite being absolutely thrilled with my bottom appearance, I am a bit dismayed with the end result of the thighs, as I think that the surgeon should have removed a slightly larger amount of fat from them so as to come up with a wider gap between them and prevent them from being scrubbed together. Anyway, maybe I’ll attempt to fix that small detail by trying out a different kind of cosmetic procedure, probably non-invasive.
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