How Is 360˚ Lipo Different from Traditional Liposuction?

One of the most popular cosmetic surgeries in the world, liposuction can offer beautiful results for men and women who want to get rid of stubborn fat.

Today, 360-degree liposculpture is a similar body contouring procedure that takes liposuction a step further.

Key Differences between Lipo and 360 Degree Liposuction

Liposuction is essentially removing fat from unwanted areas to create a smoother contour. For the midsection, liposuction is traditionally done on the abdomen, waist or the back.

360-degree liposuction is a more comprehensive procedure that combines liposuction of the entire midsection to achieve an overall curvier, contoured figure from every angle.

While liposuction is usually done on one area at a time, 360-degree liposuction targets multiple regions of the midsection where stubborn fat may be a problem. This can help create a more balanced, proportional appearance.

Understanding the Limitations of Liposuction

It’s important to understand what liposuction can’t do. While lipo is a very effective procedure and most people love their body contouring results, liposuction won’t get rid of excess skin. A tummy tuck, body lift or related cosmetic surgery may be necessary when excess skin is a concern.

360-degree liposuction can be custom-tailored to your unique needs.

What’s more, liposuction is not a weight loss surgery, and Dr. Andan will likely recommend you maintain a steady weight before having any body contouring procedures.

To decide whether 360-degree lipo is the answer for you, schedule a consultation with Dr. Andan to discuss your options.

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