Body surgery encompasses a group of surgical techniques that aim to improve those areas of our body that we do not feel comfortable with. The appearance of the skin and the accumulation of fat in the human body are visible signs of aging. The loss of firmness that occurs over the years due to elastin and collagen alteration and hormonal and weight changes, mainly in women, causes the loss of a smooth, firm and youthful look. As a result, there are signs such as sagging skin and excess fat that cosmetic surgery defeats more and more easily.
A very safe and natural way to enhance and lift the buttocks is through lipoinjection, which consists of a liposuction that removes fat from another area of the patient’s body to inject it in the buttocks, increasing the volume of the buttocks and providing a natural appearance. This fat is not reabsorbed or repelled by the body as it comes from the patient’s own body. This surgery has the advantage of removing unwanted fat from other areas, providing a better body contour.
2. Tummy Tuck:
Abdominoplasty is a cosmetic surgery procedure that involves the removal of excess skin and abdominal fat as well as correction of muscle flaccidity. Excess skin and abdominal wall relaxation usually occurs in patients who have experienced weight gain and subsequent loss or in women who have had multiple pregnancies. Abdominoplasty provides a firmer, flatter abdomen, and a narrower waist.
3. Arm Lift:
Brachioplasty or arm lift is a surgical technique designed to improve the appearance of the upper extremities by removing excess sagging under arm skin, caused by age and weight loss.
Also called cruroplasty, it is an excellent way to achieve firmer and sexy legs. This procedure is especially useful for people who have excess sagging skin as a result of excessive weight loss.
Liposculpture is the advanced version of liposuction. Nowadays, both terms are often used as synonyms. Liposculpture is basically a more precise and thus a more efficient method to remove fat.Liposculpture involves the injection of an anesthetic and blood staunching solution. This makes the fat swell up and the fat cells become weak, so that they can easily be drained off using a fine needle. This way, both deep and superficial fat can be removed. During the operation, the patient is sometimes asked to change position so that the doctor can better evaluate the treatment area.
This treatment is intended to correct those body regions in which diet-resistant fat accumulation persists. This technique suctions fat from different parts of the body: hips, thighs, knees, ankles, arms, abdomen, face, etc. Sometimes it is complementary to other interventions (facelift, tummy tuck, etc.). Liposuction is usually performed under local anesthesia and sedation, but in very extensive cases it can be carried out under general anesthesia.
The hands are constantly exposed to external aggressions that deteriorate them as well as to inevitable decline caused by aging. This can leave them dehydrated, with cracks or spots, reducing the subcutaneous fat tissue, causing aging and unprotected hands. The hand rejuvenation procedure involves injecting fat from the patient and non-invasive procedures such as pulse light or radiofrequency, which restore skin volume and smoothness.