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Dr. Gabbay's Liposuction
Before & Afters
Where Can Liposuction Be Used?
- Abdomen and waist
- Thighs, hips, and buttocks
- Arms, neck, and back
- Inner knee
- Cheeks and chin
- Calves and ankles
Types of Liposuction
Liposuction After Massive Weight Loss
Many of our patients seek out an option of liposuction after massive weight loss or after bariatric surgery. While liposuction is typically for patients who have had some weight loss, the usual procedure might not be ideal for patients who have experienced more significant weight loss. The reason is that there are structural differences in the body after such large amounts of weight loss that require some adaption of the procedure in order to still produce results that patients love. That is why liposuction after massive weight loss focuses not only on eliminating any remaining pockets of fat, but doing so in a weight that minimizes excess skin. Our goal is for you to have a tighter, slimmer physique that you have worked so hard for. Call us today to learn more about liposuction after massive weight loss or after bariatric surgery and how it can help you take those final few steps to achieve your hard-earned results.
Dr. Gabbay specializes in providing patients with a unique liposuction experience that targets fat from multiple parts of the torso. This approach allows patients to see enhanced balance and symmetry in their results, creating a more appealing and refined profile. Patients who choose 360 lipo will have the opportunity for a single procedure that removes stubborn pockets of fat from the abdomen, back, and flanks all at once. Liposuction 360 not only produces a more emphasized slimming effect but also results that look more natural and in tune with the patient’s body shape.
Lipo Procedure Overview
When Can I Expect Results?
Is Liposuction Right for Me?
- Healthy skin tone and elasticity
- A stable weight with minimal fluctuations.
- Healthy expectations and a positive attitude
- No current smoking habits
- Overall good health
The Right Candidate for Lipo
- Blood clots
- Restricted blood flow
- Fluctuations in weight
- A history of poor wound healing
- Cardiac problems
- Bleeding disorders
- Pulmonary disease
- Stop smoking at least two weeks before and after surgery
- Stop taking any blood-thinning or anti-inflammatory drugs.
Variations of Liposuction Procedures
- Smaller incisions
- Less trauma
- Faster healing times
- Local anesthesia
- General anesthesia
- Or an epidural
What Are My Options With Liposculpture?
- Breast augmentation with fat transfer
- Brazilian butt lift
How Long Is Recovery?
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Plan to have reliable and competent help to drive you home and stay with you
- Arrange to take time off from work and household chores
For two weeks before surgery, discontinue using products like aspirin, ibuprofen, Aleve, Advil, Motrin, and other blood thinners.
You will always receive thorough instructions from Dr. Gabbay.