AREAS WE TREAT
Chin & Neck Liposuction
Even in healthy individuals, fat can accumulate in the neck region and be resistant to dieting and exercise. Liposuction to the chin and neck area will greatly improve the look of the face, giving a more youthful and fresh appearance. Neck Liposuction is a “true” rejuvenative procedure that will take years of your appearance.
Women often develop square waists and excess fat in the lower abdomen, back and hips. The causes for this may include childbirth, menopause or just genetics. Liposuction to these areas can help patients obtain the much sought after “Hour-Glass” shape.
Back & Hips Liposuction
It is very common for many women to have excess fat through the hips and back area (underneath the bra strap), especially after having children but also as they get older. Removing fat from the hip region and from the area above the buttocks, will help create a better back arch and transition from back to buttocks.
Accumulated fat in the Outer Thighs, Inner Thighs and Front of the Thighs (Anterior Thighs) can be common in women who have a pear body shape. They may be extremely flat through the tummy and waist area, yet they carry a lot of genetically predisposed fatty deposits in the legs. Liposuction in the thigh area can bring the lower body into proportion with the upper body.
Liposculpture of the Upper Arms is almost exclusively a procedure for women. With age and with Genetic Predisposition, women may accumulate fat over the upper arms, giving a disproportionate and bulky appearance. The Classic “Pendulous” Appearance of the Arms is evident when our patients try to illustrate their upper arm fat by lifting their arms up by their side.
Liposuction for Lipoedema
Lipoedema is a chronic progressive condition characterised by the abnormal and excessive accumulation of the fatty tissue, generally in the lower legs and thighs. Other areas frequently affected by lipoedema include the buttocks, thighs, lower legs and ankles. Varicose vein disease is often present in conjunction with lipoedema and associated mild lymphedema.