The fundamental difference between liposculpture and liposuction is the use of the extracted fat.
In fact, most of the time, the two terms are used interchangeably, both by patients and among some surgeons.
Is there any difference in the surgical technique?
Yes, it is vitally important that the extracted fat cells survive if we wish to reintroduce them into the human body.
For this reason, the extraction of fat when performing a liposculpture must be performed with special cannulas and with minimum suction pressure so that it is infiltrated in the areas you want to volumize and repair.
Otherwise, these cells will die and be reabsorbed by the patient’s organism, not fulfilling the expected function. Therefore, the end result will not be what you want.
Candidates: Who is it recommended for?
The following four characteristics are essential for a person who wishes to resort to one of these interventions, as this way, there is a total guarantee of obtaining the expected results without complications:
- People with groups of localized fat, especially resistant to diets and exercises;
- Individuals with elastic and firm skin;
- People who are in good health, both physically and emotionally;
- and also those people with real desires and who are aware of their expectations.