360° Liposuction

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360° Liposuction

Liposuction remains one of the most popular cosmetic procedures among both men and women. However, if you’re looking for a more complete approach to body contouring and struggle with multiple areas of stubborn exercise-resistant fat, such as your abdomen, waist and back, you could be an excellent candidate for a technique called 360° liposuction.

Why Choose Dr. Andan

Creating a balanced, curvier shape through liposuction requires not only surgical skill and experience, but also an eye for aesthetics and proportion. Dr. Gordon Andan has a proven track record of helping New York men and women using the latest liposuction techniques.

Every surgical procedure is performed in our AAAHC accredited operating facility, following standards that meet or exceed the national guidelines for patient health and safety.

If you’re ready to take the first step towards achieving your ideal look, contact us online or call 516-746-0155 today to schedule a one-on-one talk with Dr. Andan.

Candidates for 360° Liposuction

When you’re unable to get rid of stubborn pockets of fat through traditional weight loss methods like diet and exercise, liposuction may be able to help. The best candidates for 360° liposuction should be at or near their target weight, yet have areas of exercise-resistant fat that are getting in the way of achieving a smoother, sleeker and more contoured shape.

Unlike traditional liposuction, which typically targets one specific area of unwanted fat, 360° lipo addresses your entire torso, including your:

  • Abs
  • Waist
  • Hips
  • Back

Commonly paired with a Brazilian butt lift to help enhance your BBL results and accentuate that coveted hourglass shape, 360° liposuction can also be combined with a tummy tuckbreast augmentation or other cosmetic surgery procedures.

Your 360° Lipo Procedure

During your consultation, Dr. Andan will listen to your body contouring goals and help you choose the most effective surgical solution. If you decide to move forward with 360° lipo, you can expect a similar procedure to traditional tumescent liposuction.

First, Dr. Andan will create several small incisions around the area to be treated. Then, a special solution made up of sterile salt water and a local anesthetic is injected to help loosen the unwanted fat cells.

The actual fat cell extraction process involves the use of a small, hollow tube called a cannula, which is carefully inserted through the incisions. Using this device, Dr. Andan is able to suction away stubborn fat cells circumferentially around the entire treatment area while simultaneously sculpting and shaping your contours.

Your Recovery and Results

After getting 360° lipo, you can expect some swelling, bruising and tenderness. Dr. Andan will send you home with detailed recovery guidelines, including how and when to wear your compression garment.

Although everyone will recover at a different rate, most people take anywhere from a few days to a week off work after liposuction. However, you will need to avoid heavy lifting and vigorous exercise for several weeks.

You should notice an improvement in your body shape and the way your clothes fit soon after your 360° lipo procedure. However, because swelling can last for several months, you won’t see your final results right away. As swelling diminishes, you should begin to see your new, better-contoured shape become more clearly revealed while your results continue developing.

360 Lipo FAQs

How much does 360 lipo cost?

How much fat there is to remove, geographical location of the procedure, the techniques used and surgeon and hospital fees all affect to cost of liposuction surgery. Everything from anesthesia to operating room fees will increase the final cost of the procedure. To discover how much your 360 liposuction procedure will cost, schedule a consultation with Dr. Andan. We will be able to help you navigate financing options at that time.

How do I find the best cosmetic surgeon for 360 lipo near me?

360 lipo is a relatively common procedure, which means you are likely to find multiple surgeons near you who offer it. The first step you need to take is to research surgeons in your area who list the procedure on their websites and determine which ones feel like they could be good fits for you. Then, schedule consultations with two to three of them.
At the consultation, get a feel for the way the surgeon works. Look at before and after photos and ask yourself how comfortable you feel with them. From there, select the surgeon who best meets your expectations and schedule the procedure.

How much pain will I experience after 360 lipo?

How we experience pain is unique to us. Because clients can have very different experiences, we cannot say in advance how the post-surgery pain will impact you. However, pain is part of the process. For the majority of our clients, the worst pain comes directly after surgery. Lingering pain steadily tapers off over the course of a few weeks. Keep in mind that you will not be left to suffer through this; we prescribe pain medications for the post-surgery period and will explain steps you can take to feel more comfortable.

What should I expect from my lipo 360 recovery?

As with any other surgery, you will need to take time off from work and other activities to recovery after 360 lipo. Clients typically need to take at least 3 days to fully rest at home, having a loved one or nurse to help them in all tasks. After those initial days, it is okay to move around while still taking it easy. Clients are expected to take a minimum of one week off from work.
As soon as you feel comfortable getting up and moving, it is imperative that you do so. Movement increases circulation, which promotes healing and prevents the stiffness liposuction can cause. Within 6 weeks, you should be back to your normal routine.

Are there risks associated with 360 lipo?

360 lipo is considered a safe procedure. However, it is a type of surgery, and surgical procedures always carry risks. The most common concerns are the same as with other surgeries: infection, excessive bleeding and adverse reactions. Although you should not go into the procedure expecting complications, we always want our clients and their caregivers to watch for them.

Your Next Step

Take the next step by requesting your consultation with Dr. Andan. Contact us online to schedule your consultation, or call us today at 516-746-0155 to get started.