Liposculpture Liposculpture is a surgical procedure that uses small tubes to suction excess fat out of the body. Much like liposuction, liposculpture has many variations: tumescent, fluid injection, ultrasound-assisted, and more. The only difference between liposculpture and liposuction is that liposculpture may refer to liposuction that is performed using smaller cannulas and local anesthesia.

Typical Minimum Cost of Liposculpture (based on national averages):
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Typical Maximum Cost of Liposculpture (based on national averages):
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National Average Cost of Liposculpture:
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Time Required for Liposculpture:
The time required for liposculpture will vary from patient to patient, depending on their needs. Approximately one hour is typical.

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Is Liposculpture an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
Liposculpture is an outpatient procedure.
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What are the Side Effects of Liposculpture?
After getting liposculpture, some patients experience bruising, swelling, soreness, and limited mobility. These side effects are considered normal and should disappear as your body heals.
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How Long do Liposculpture results last?
After your liposculpture procedure, the fat cells that have been destroyed or decreased will not return on their own. However, it's possible to regain the fat lost via liposculpture due to poor diet and exercise.
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What is the recovery time for Liposculpture?
Most patients can be on their feet after liposculpture after about 1 to 2 weeks. Full results can be seen in a couple of months.
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Will my insurance company cover Liposculpture?
Due to its cosmetic nature, liposculpture is not usually covered by insurance.
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Is there much discomfort for Liposculpture?
Patients should expect to experience pain after the procedure, which can be managed with prescribed painkillers. After a week or so, over the counter medications will suffice.
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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Liposculpture?
Liposculpture is most often performed under general anesthesia, which sedates you entirely. For minor procedures, local anesthesia may be used.
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What else can I combine Liposculpture with?
Brazilian butt lift, breast augmentation, rhinoplasty.

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What else is Liposculpture referred to as?
Lipo, lipoplasty, tumescent liposuction, LipoSelection, SmartLipo, and power-assisted lipo (PAL).
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What should I ask at my consulation for Liposculpture?
What type of anesthesia will be used during my liposculpture?

How much fat will be removed?

What kind of results can I expect?

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Are there less invasive alternatives to Liposculpture?

Zeltiq CoolSculpting




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