Most often, the purpose of liposculpture is to reduce double or triple chin.

This is a simple procedure and it has, most of the times, excellent results. It is often made in combination chin augmentation.

The cheeks area is a too delicate for the liposculpture. If too much fat is removed, in time the cheeks will have a felt aspect.

If too less fat is being removed, then you won’t obtain a noticeable improvement. Much more, if the liposuction is not made by a professional and experimented surgeon, it can have an unbalanced result or the skin might become uneven.

Removing the fat tissue from the frontal, lateral and posterior part of the neck is, normally, very efficient to reduce the thick neck aspect.

Sometimes, a face lift can be made along with the liposculpture operation. This procedure will bring good short term results, but in time because of aging, the skin will get an aged and stretched aspect. This thing happens because too much fat is being removed from under the skin. With each face lift, the skin will have less and less fat. Extracting more fat, with the help of liposculpture, is a receipt that can bring disastrous results. Again, the key of success stands in the balance and art with which the Zetta surgeons will find, with you, the best solutions.

Recovery

After operation, the area that was operated will be swollen and bruises will also appear. The face can have a puffy aspect after the operation, but the swelling will retreat in time. Likewise, there can be drains from the incision areas, but these also will retreat as the wound heals and closes.

Risks

  • Uneven skin
  • Felt cheeks
  • Aged skin aspect

Although the risks of the operation can’t be ignored, the chances of complications or unwanted results can be minimized by a good technique. Felt cheeks and aged skin can be prevented if the liposculpture is not made too aggressively. Leaving fat in the cheeks and face area, offers the skin a more rejuvenated and vibrant aspect. The secret is moderation and a good technique. Strategic placing the cheek implants can help.

Other potential risks involve: infection, hemorrhage, nerve injury, cheeks deformity, the need for a correcting operation.