Liposculpture is a technique or cosmetic surgery operation to eliminate fat deposits between the skin and muscle, achieving an improvement in body contour permanently. It can be done in different areas of the body as the abdomen, legs, arms, buttocks, knees, jowls and even the male breast. The procedure is simple, this consists in the use of a cannula that is inserted through the skin through a small incision placed in the area to be treated and this is eliminating localized fat from the selected area.

The recovery time is quite fast, being able to perform normal activities a week after the procedure and the bleeding, swelling and bruising are minimal.

On the other hand, it should be remembered that liposculpture is NOT a method of weight reduction, it is a way of sculpting the body and eliminating localized fat that otherwise could not be destroyed, neither through exercise nor diets.

I qualify for a liposuction?

Before having a liposculpture treatment, we must go through a series of tests and analyzes, which will determine if the patient is able to undergo this type of procedure.


  • Being over 18 years. Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding can not undergo this treatment.

  • Liposculpture sculpts and molds, it is not a treatment to lose weight.

  • If you suffer from any type of disease, it must be notified in advance to your surgeon and must be controlled.

  • In this treatment lidocaine anesthesia is used, if the patient is allergic to this component, the preventive measures of the case should be taken.

  • It is not advisable in person that they have recently undergone surgery.

The night before surgery

  • Eat something soft the night before the procedure.

  • Do not eat or drink anything after 10:00 pm.

  • Do not take any medication unless it is prescribed by your doctor.

  • Remove the nail polish.

    In the surgical area

    • Do not shave or apply moisturizing lotion.

    • Do not use makeup for the hospital.

    • Wear loose clothing or buttons on the front.

    • Leave jewelry and other valuables at home.

    • Arrive at the clinic at least one hour before the scheduled surgery.

    • The day of surgery should bring a companion.