What is Liposculpting?

Correcting the proportions of the body is partly achieved through hormonal therapy, however, achieving the best result usually requires additional surgical intervention. The most efficient way is liposuction and liposcultping, which means removal of fat deposits and reallocation of the fat when needed. The “masculine” fat deposits are usually located around the abdomen and flanks, the genital area, arms and back.


The liposuction is performed with modern, less invasive techniques, which have reduced swelling, bruising and downtime, while allowing to harvest portion of the fat, in order augment other areas, such as the buttocks, hips, breasts etc. The procedure can be performed under local or general anesthesia, depending on the personal preference and the overall amount of fat removed. An average liposuction usually removes 3-4 liters of fat, while in some cases, up to 9-10 liters can be removed. All entry points for inserting the cannulas are less than 2mm and placed in areas which are not visible, making them practically invisible.


Recovery after liposuction is fast, allowing patients to return to daily activities after 3-5 days. Elastic garments are rarely used nowadays. Bruising, when present, takes around 10 days to subside. The final result of a liposuction can be evaluated after 3-6 months.