Liposuction - Liposculpture

It's one of the most popular surgeries. It allows to mold the figure achieving more thinness and highlighting aspects such as the buttocks, waist and flat abdomen.

With recent advances in techniques and the appearance of equipment such as the VASER and MICROAIR, the procedure is simpler and less traumatic. This has allowed less days of temporary incapacity.


This surgery is performed under general anesthesia. On average, it can last 2 hours and does not require hospitalization.

The post-surgery treatment involves massaging with special equipment to manage inflammation and the use of a foam girdle to achieve a natural result in a short time.

Frequently Asked Questions

1¿What is the difference between lipolysis and liposuction?
Lipolysis means melting fat. In a lipolysis only the fatty tissue melts but it is not removed, so it is not possible to mold. In a liposuction or liposculpture, the fat is melted and extracted, with which the surgeon can shape the silhouette by highlighting the waist, the buttocks back and any part of the body that you want to treat.
2¿What is the VASER technique?
The VASER is a medical team that uses state-of-the-art ultrasound to melt fat before sucking it. This technology allows to stimulate the skin to improve the contraction. It reduces bleeding and helps loosen fibrosis.
3¿What care should be taken after liposuction?
It is important to use a strip with special foams and to avoid the exaggerated pressure. A massage protocol must be followed to accelerate deflation and improve skin quality.
4¿How long is the recommended rest time?
I recommend to my patients 3 days of rest on average
5¿When can I see the results?
Immediately the changes are seen. The final results are seen after 6 months

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