Body Surgery

Body Surgery

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Liposuction is a minimally invasive surgical procedure that removes excess fat and contours the body. Also known as lipoplasty, liposculpture suction, lipectomy, or lipo, it’s usually done to remove fat from the abdomen, hips, thighs, butt, arms, neck, or ankles. A plastic or dermatological Surgeon inserts a thin tube called a cannula through tiny incisions and sucks out the fat.

Liposuction can be done for disproportionate fat in almost all the areas of body. Various techniques are used in different areas like Suction Assisted liposuction (SAL), Ultrasound Assisted Liposuction (UAL), Power Assisted Lipostion (PAL) or Laser Assisted liposuction (LAL). What technique will suite you can be told by your plastic surgeon.


The procedure takes one to four hours, and most patients have dramatic results after only one session. This is why so many doctors and patients prefer it to nonsurgical fat reduction treatments like SculpSure, CoolSculpting, or Vanquish, which usually require at least two sessions and take months to see results.


Expect some pain, swelling and bruising after the procedure. Your surgeon may prescribe medication to help control the pain and antibiotics to reduce the risk of infection

After the procedure, the surgeon may leave your incisions open and place temporary drains to promote fluid drainage. You usually need to wear tight compression garments, which help reduce swelling, for a few weeks. You may need to wait a few days before returning to work and a few weeks before resuming your normal activities — including exercise.

During this time, expect some contour irregularities as the remaining fat settles into position.


Also known as abdominoplasty or lipo-abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure which flattens the tummy and results in an improved body shape. It gets one rid of the excess loose skin that is hanging on the tummy after massive weight loss, child birth or simply due to loose muscles and loose skin. The end result of a well done abdominoplasty is flattening of the abdomen, tightened muscles, removal of stretch marks and as a result of all this an improved body image. Unlike liposuction which is meant for removing fat only, abdominoplasty is more extensive and involves removal of fat, tightening of the musculature and removal of excess skin. In some cases, liposuction surgery can be combined with excision of just the excess abdominal skin

below the belly button (this is called Mini Tummy Tuck). When a full tummy tuck is planned, contour liposuction is best performed at the same time.


Depending on its complexity, a tummy tuck procedure can take between 90 minutes and five hours. It’s usually performed under general anesthesia (fully asleep). During the procedure, a horizontal incision is placed just within or above the pubic area. If there’s loose skin above the belly button, the surgeon may make a second incision around it. Excess skin is trimmed, and the remaining skin is sutured together. A new opening for the belly button is created in the midline and anchored to the abdominal wall. Finally, excess fat is removed from the skin around the new opening, giving it an attractive “innie” look.


Patients can be discharged in the evening after the surgery. however bedrest is advised for 3-4 days. Patients are mobilised by the plastic surgeon on 2nd or 3rd day. After surgery, you will put in a pressure garment for about 6 weeks. There will be fluffy dressing over the suture line. You will feel sore for a few days but will be essentially mobile. The drains will be removed once the drainage volume is low. You will be discharged from the hospital in a couple of days. You will be able to walk and go about your routine activities with due care.


Body lift surgery combines several different surgeries to remove extra skin after significant weight loss, often after bariatric surgery such as gastric bypass. A lower body lift usually includes a butt lift, thigh lift, tummy tuck, panniculectomy, and/or monsplasty. Upper body lifts vary, depending on what you need, but often include an arm lift and back lift, with a breast lift for women (sometimes combined with liposuction as part of a mommy makeover). A full body lift combines upper and lower body lift surgeries, usually performed several months apart, to give you time to heal in between.


There square measure a range of various techniques employed by Plastic Surgeons for a body elevate. The precise technique which will be used upon you may be mentioned together with your operating surgeon. Incision length and pattern depend upon the quantity and placement of excess skin to be removed, additionally as personal preference and surgical judgment. Body elevate may be combined with different Cosmetic & cosmetic surgery procedures like Liposuction, Tummy Tuck, Breast Reduction, Breast Augmentation, and Breast elevate. These procedures not solely take away excess skin and fat. They additionally improve the unpleasant stretch marks and build Associate in Nursing elated, shapely, young and fuller look. A Body elevate may be.

  • 1.) Central Body Lift
  • 2.) Lower Body Lift
  • 3.) Brachioplasty (Arm-lift)

Since body lifts combine multiple surgical procedures, it’s hard to predict how much downtime you’ll need. But you’ll want to plan for about a month off work, and you should expect to take it easy for another few months

Your initial recovery immediately after your procedure could take a few hours or up to two days, depending on the extent of your procedure and how long you need to be monitored by medical staff. When you’re ready, your doctor will send you home with compression garments, to keep your skin from moving or swelling too much while you heal. You may also have surgical drains, to prevent fluids from building up. This helps decrease swelling and the potential for infection. You may be woozy (especially if you’re on prescription pain medication), so plan to have someone take you home. You’ll also need someone to help you out for the first few days after your procedure.


Mommy makeover is an umbrella term for a combination of plastic surgery procedures that can help restore your pre-baby body after dramatic changes brought on by pregnancy, childbirth, and breastfeeding.

One of the biggest benefits of a mommy makeover is that it combines several procedures in a single surgical session. It’s customized to fit each patient’s unique needs but typically involves these surgical procedures:

A tummy tuck, sometimes paired with diastasis recti repair, to tighten the belly and repair separated muscles. Breast augmentation, with or without a breast lift, to raise saggy breasts or replace lost fullness. (Some women choose to have breast reduction instead.) Liposuction to remove excess fat and recontour the body.


Your procedure may be performed in a hospital, an independent surgical facility, or an office-based surgical suite (which should be appropriately accredited). If it’s not done in a hospital, make sure your board-certified plastic surgeon has hospital privileges, so you can get emergency care quickly in the rare event that something goes wrong. Once you’re prepared for surgery, your doctor and medical team will follow the surgical plan you agreed on. You’ll be under general anesthesia (completely asleep and intubated) until it’s all over. During a breast lift with augmentation, your surgeon lifts and reshapes breast tissue, removing extra skin and often repositioning the nipple so it sits higher on the breast.

Breast augmentation is usually done by inserting silicone implants over the breast muscle. But if you’re looking for a relatively small increase in breast volume and don’t need a lift, your surgeon could do a fat transfer, taking fat from other areas of the body (such as the belly or thighs) via liposuction and injecting it into your breasts.

To perform a tummy tuck, your surgeon makes a low, hip-to-hip incision, pulls back the skin and underlying abdominal tissue, repairs and tightens your ab muscles, and removes excess skin and tissue. They may also repair a hernia or diastasis recti before closing the incision.

For liposuction, the surgeon inserts a thin, hollow tube called a cannula through small incisions to suction out excess fat. Some types of energy-assisted liposuction also tighten skin, which helps prevent laxity and sagging once the fat is removed.

A surgeon who specializes in vaginal rejuvenation can tighten the entrance to the vagina with a perineoplasty and the vaginal canal and floor with a vaginoplasty.


Recovery time after a mommy makeover depends on what you had done, but it’s safe to assume that you’ll need at least two weeks off work—up to six weeks, if your job is highly physical or involves heavy lifting. You’ll be able to engage in light daily activity during the initial two-week recovery period, with no exercise at all for three weeks and no intense exercise for six weeks. You’ll also need to avoid any heavy lifting.

Swelling and bruising will start to subside in one to three weeks, and you’ll see your final results within six months, when you’re done healing. Scars will continue to fade for 6-12 months after surgery.


The Daddy Makeover combines several plastic surgery procedures to help men achieve a rejuvenated and muscular appearance from one surgery. This is an excellent option for men who have tried to diet and exercise to achieve their goals but are still unable to get the look they desire. The Daddy Makeover can involve as little as some BOTOX, facial fillers, skin care procedures or hair restoration. It can involve as much as liposuction and a tummy tuck to get rid of those “love handles” and excess tummy skin.


The procedure varies from patient to patient. Depending on the results you are looking to achieve, we may recommend a variety of options that could range from procedures performed right in our office with little to no downtime to surgical procedures that would have some amount of recovery time.


Again, recovery time will vary depending on the type of procedure(s) you are having done. The best way to plan is to schedule a consultation and set up a plan that will best specifically designed for you in order to achieve the results you are looking for. Remember, now that the family has been taken care of, it’s time for you to take care of yourself.

Gluteal / Calf Implants

Calf Implants

Whether its adding definition or bulk, calf muscles are one of the most stubborn and unresponsive muscle groups in the body. As a result of their routine daily conditioning to support your weight and activity level, it takes an exorbitant amount of time and dedication to add even a small increase in size to the calf muscles. For most men, no matter how much they exercise, their calf muscles remain stuck at a plateau. Calf implants can give you exactly what you’ve been after for a boost in your overall appearance.


Calf implant surgery generally takes 2 hours and is performed under general anesthesia. The implants are placed through a small incision just beneath the crease in the back of the knee. Unlike most other implants, calf implants are placed on top of the muscle, but beneath a protective covering (fascia) around the muscle so they are secure and mimic the movement of these highly active muscles.


Following surgery, you will be required to wear compression garments, limit repetitive lower body movements and keep your legs elevated whenever possible for several weeks. In addition, altering your normal gait and walking flat-footed during recovery is encouraged. monitoring your progress you should be back to light running, weightlifting, and other repetitive exercises somewhere between 6 to 8 weeks.


A full, muscular look to the buttock conveys strength, youthfulness and peak physical fitness. Unfortunately, a good number of men have buttocks that are under-developed, poorly shaped or out of proportion with the rest of their body.

Think your profile in jeans or slacks could look better? Gluteal augmentation creates a more contoured physique for a big boost in self-confidence.No goal is out of reach. The only decision is how to get there


The outpatient surgery takes roughly 3 hours and is performed under general anesthesia. You’ll initially wear a compression garment under your clothing and will have limitations on putting pressure on the area for several weeks. All time frames for resuming different activities are tailored to your specific case with the ultimate goal of a more balanced profile and a more athletic and youthful appearance.


After the procedure, you will need to wear a support garment for approximately 2-3 months. This will help the skin red rape properly and provide support to the augmented buttocks or hips. Final results are noticeable three months after surgery. At this point, most of the swelling will be gone and the implants will be settled in their normal position.


Veins are blood vessels that carry blood from your body back to your heart. There are valves inside veins that help direct blood back to your heart. When the valves are damaged or weakened, blood can pool in your veins causing them to swell and weaken. This results in varicose veins.

varicose vein surgery recommend for varicose veins that are large, protruding or unsightly. Varicose vein surgery may also be appropriate if your varicose veins are causing symptoms, such as burning, aching, soreness and cramping.


Sclerotherapy is a safe, proven medical procedure that treats both the symptoms and the cause of varicose veins and spider veins. For sclerotherapy treatments, a series of micro-injections of a solution (“sclerosant”) are administered directly into varicose veins or spider veins.

The injected solution acts to close off the vein with abnormal valves, sealing it off from your other, healthy veins. Over time, the treated veins shrink and are eventually absorbed by your body. Your blood flow, meanwhile, naturally reroutes itself into your healthy veins, improving your circulation and eliminating the root cause of your vein disease.


Treatment sessions usually take less than half an hour, with no hospitalization required. Most patients do not find sclerotherapy treatments to be particularly painful, and recovery time is generally very short—most people are back to their regular routine the same day.


Morbid obesity is a chronic disease and can interfere with even the most basic physical functions, such as breathing or walking. Someone is considered morbidly obese if he or she is 100 pounds over their ideal body weight and has a BMI (body mass index) of 40 or more.

Successful bariatric surgery patients have reduced hunger and appetite. Physical activities become easier and more enjoyable. The hormonal changes that helped leads to obesity are reversed, and weight maintenance becomes more manageable


Surgical treatment of obesity is also known as bariatric surgery or weight loss surgery. Surgery is currently the most effective treatment for morbid obesity resulting in durable and sustainable weight loss and accompanying health improvements.

Bariatric surgery procedures are performed to treat comorbid conditions associated with morbid obesity, also referred to as “clinically severe obesity.” Two types of surgical procedures are employed. Malabsorption procedures divert food from the stomach to a lower part of the digestive tract where the normal mixing of digestive fluids and absorptions of nutrients occur. Restrictive procedures restrict the size of the stomach and decrease intake. Some surgical techniques combine both types of procedures.

Extreme (morbid) obesity is a condition of persistent and uncontrollable weight gain that is a potential threat to life. It is characterized by a body mass index (BMI) equal to or greater than 35kg/m² (or a BMI of 35 or higher).


Post-Operative diet is divided in to the following phases:

  • 1st week – Clear liquid diet
  • 2nd week – Full liquid diet
  • 3rd week – Pureed diet
  • 4th week – Soft foods, regular diet

After 3-months, one can progress to eating regular foods & proteins become a major part of the diet after surgery. Taking three small meals and three healthy snacks a day. Meals will focus on lean sources of protein, fruits, vegetables and whole grains, along with vitamin and mineral supplements for life, to compensate for the nutrients that are no longer able to absorb through the bypassed parts of the stomach and intestine.