Liposuction Surgery

Liposuction surgery is a fast and effective way to reduce stubborn deposits of fat from the hips, thighs, knees, arms, abdomen, neck, chin, and other problem areas. Liposuction surgery is particularly effective in treating those pockets of fatty tissue that have remained unresponsive to diet and exercise.

Breast Liposuction Surgery

Breast liposuction surgery is usually performed with or instead of breast reduction.

Tumescent Liposuction Surgery

Tumescent liposuction is a relatively new and advanced technique that ensures our patients receive the best possible results with the least amount of down time. It is a precise liposuction method that minimizes blood loss during surgery and reduces post-op discomfort, bruising, and swelling. It also allows for the removal of much larger volumes of fat.

The enhanced surgical results of tumescent liposuction surgery are made possible by an anesthetic tumescent liquid, which contains lidocaine, epinephrine, and intravenous fluid. This liquid is injected into the areas of excess fat. In addition to having anesthetic qualities, the fluid causes the troublesome areas of fat to become swollen and firm, or “tumescent.” This swelling facilitates the smooth movement of the cannula, the thin tube used to perform the liposuction.

Tumescent liposuction can be used on any area of the body. It is particularly useful for large areas of fat, or areas like the face, neck, arms, calves, or ankles, abdomen, sides, and back, which demand enhanced precision. Finger & Associates is pleased to offer this advanced technique to our liposuction patients.

Abdominoplasty Surgery, Liposuction Surgery, Tummy Tuck Surgery & Mini Tummy Tuck

Abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, liposuction involves the removal of excess skin and fatty tissue from the abdominal region. The loss of definition in this area of the body can result from a multitude of factors, the most common being pregnancy, extreme fluctuations in weight, and the rapid weight loss that occurs after gastric bypass surgery. The results of abdominoplasty can be dramatic and the procedure is best recommended to patients who have been unable to achieve their goals through diet and exercise.

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Liposuction Prices

Liposuction prices will of course vary significantly depending on the specific procedure selected.

Thigh Lift & Liposuction

The thigh lift is designed to improve the appearance of the thigh and buttocks area through the removal of excess skin and fat and the tightening of the remaining skin. Often following extreme weight loss, skin that was once stretched will be left sagging. The most efficient course of action is to remove the excess skin, through one of two thigh lift procedures. The first is the inner thigh lift, which, as the name implies, tightens the skin from the inner thigh to the front of the knee. The second, is the lateral thigh and buttock lift, which can dramatically tighten and define the thigh and buttock region. Liposuction surgery can be administered in concert with a thigh lift to produce even more dramatic results.

Arm Lift (Brachioplasty)

Fluctuations in weight, growing older, being over-weight, and even heredity can cause your upper arms to be overly large and/or have a drooping, sagging appearance. Exercise may strengthen and improve the underlying muscle tone of the upper arm, but cannot address the excess skin that has lost elasticity or underlying weakened tissues and localized fat deposits.

If the problem is only size, a liposuction is the recommended treatment, but if there is also significant sagging, the arm lift (brachioplasty) is required, sometime in conjunction with the liposuction.

An arm lift reduces both excess skin and fat between the underarm area and elbow. It can reshape your arm resulting in a smaller arm with smoother skin and better contour, and it can result in a more toned and proportionate appearance.

This procedure requires a light general anesthesia and the arm is wrapped in a dressing for a few days.

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