Liposculpture… or how to shape your body in a simple procedure

Liposculpture… or how to shape your body in a simple procedure

What defines the perfect body? Liposculpture can help to achieve it.

It all depends on who you ask, there are colors to suit all tastes. However, in moderation, harmony and adaptation to today’s beauty standards is often found. Liposculpture is a simple procedure that can help you achieve the dream body you desire.

A perfect body for the majority of people surveyed is a harmonious, proportionate body with smooth, well-defined contours. So much so that in the case of women, curves and body contours take on great importance. The ideal silhouette is a smooth succession of the contours of the hips, waist, thorax, breasts, buttocks, etc.

A female body in accordance with the ideal of maximum beauty is a body with a certain amount of fat. This fat must have an appropriate disposition, highlighting genuinely feminine areas. As a consequence, extremely thin bodies without curves and adipose tissue would be far from the “beautiful body” ideal. In the same way, history ratifies this ideal of beauty, since the current canons of beauty coincide with those desired throughout history, especially in classical times.


Liposculpture is a cosmetic surgery procedure that tries to restore harmony to the silhouette, smooth curves to the contour, and the adequate shape to the female body. It is basically a two-part procedure:

  1. Liposuction: Liposuction is a procedure that removes by suction using fine cannulas the fat deposits accumulated over the years. On many occasions these fatty deposits do not respond to diet or exercise. Typical areas for liposuction are the abdomen, buttocks, flanks, waist, arms, inner and outer thighs, ankles, knees, chin or double chin…
  2. Lipografting or lipofilling: the fat extracted during liposuction is treated and processed to maintain it in adequate conditions of viability. It is then grafted in key areas to return the shape to the contour and curves of each patient: for example in the hips, breasts, buttocks, or any area of the patient’s body that needs to be improved. It could also be infiltrated in the face (dark circles under the eyes, cheekbones, chin, nasolabial fold, etc).

In other words, and in short, this procedure removes fat from where we have too much and puts it where we lack… sounds wonderful, doesn’t it?

How long does liposculpture last? What should you know about this procedure?

In general, the duration of the procedure is 1.5 – 2 hours. It can be performed under general anesthesia or with local anesthesia and sedation.

The patient does not necessarily have to be admitted to the hospital. In most cases it can be done on an outpatient basis or with a half-day stay in the hospital.

On the other hand, the patients’ normal activity can be resumed in 7-10 days. Scars are practically invisible (small access points of 1-2 mm).


The grafted or deposited adipose tissue is generally reabsorbed at a rate of 30%. The remainder remains in the grafted area for the rest of life, it is not reabsorbed. Therefore, adipose tissue is a PERMANENT AND NATURAL type of filler. This has great advantages over the use of foreign materials, which are usually resorbable.

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