A healthy diet and exercise are not always enough to get the body in shape. Genetic predisposition can also play a role in diet resistant fat deposits. The stubborn fat deposits often affect the patient’s aesthetic appearance and self-confidence. Liposuction is a popular cosmetic surgery that treats those resistant fat deposits.

The minimally invasive procedure, e.g. on the hips, upper arms, abdomen or chin, can significantly improve your body image. Your body will look leaner and better proportioned.

What happens during liposuction surgery?

Before the procedure begins, we will plan the modelling of the affected parts of the body and mark the corresponding areas on the skin. Then the excess fat is removed gently with liposuction. The tiny skin punctures made for the liposuction are closed with a fine stitch.

If required, we can perform additional skin tightening procedures, such as a tummy tuck or buttock lift buttock lift , to achieve an overall enhanced appearance.

Smaller fat deposits can be removed in an outpatient procedure under local anaesthesia. If a major operation is required, this is carried out under general anaesthesia and you should plan an inpatient stay of at least one night.

After the operation, you should wear a compression garment for 6 weeks. You should also refrain from physical activities for 6 weeks.

Before your surgery, we will book you in for an initial consultation to discuss your expectations and explain the risks.