Sculpturing

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Abdominal Sculpturing/Sculpting, Contouring

Type of procedure - Surgery

Duration of the procedure:

2 or 3 hours depending on the preoperative findings

Type of anaesthesia:

general anaesthesia

Type of Stay:

Inpatient treatment for 1 night

Presentable:

after about 3 days

Indication:

The less body fat you have, the better the well-trained abdominal muscles will appear. Under approximately 10% body fat in men and 15% in women, the pad on the belly is usually thin enough to expose the abdominal muscles. Achieving this goal is tedious and sometimes difficult.
A more or less strong layer of natural and very sturdy fat cells, which doesnt go neither throu training nor diet, often prevents achieving the desired result.
We offer targeted, gentle methods of sculpting liposuction to permanently bring out aesthetic muscle contours in the zones on the abdomen, chest and upper arms.

Operation:

By means of a special surgical technique developed by us with very fine special cannulas, existing disturbing pads can be removed by sculpting liposuction, whereby fat cells can be transplanted from one place to another as needed.

In contrast to conventional liposuction, the abdominal wall is sculpted according to the model of classical sculptors - following underliing anatomical contours.
This surgical method achieves even better results with a relatively well-trained patient.

After the operation:

  • Compression garments for 4 weeks over 24 hours and for 4 more weeks over 12 hours
  • Suture removal after 10 to 14 days
  • Slight physical strain after about 3 days,
  • Partial load in sports activities such as lifting light weights after 2 weeks,
  • Full load after 6 to 8 weeks