Body contouring (abdominoplasty, braquiplastia, thigh dermolipectomy, liposculpture, gluteoplasty)

Abdominoplasty is a surgical procedure which removes the excess skin and fat from the abdomen and increases the tension of the rectus abdominis muscles through a muscle plication. The result is improved abdominal contour, eliminating the sagging and muscle diastasis, that often accompany pregnancy and weight changes (increase/reduction).


Brachioplasty and thigh dermolipectomy are conceived to remove the excess of skin and fat from the upper arms and thighs.

Liposculpture is a cosmetic procedure which pretends to remodel the body contour. It includes the removal of localized fat deposits in various anatomical regions (abdomen, back, arms, thighs). The intervention is performed through small incisions (0,5 cm to 1,0 cm) located in areas that can't be noticed, with the introduction of small size cannulas connected to a vacuum system which allows to perform a very high pressure. Thus the fat excess is removed, and after the anticipated skin retraction, a better body contour is achieved.


The gluteoplasty is a surgical procedure performed to increase the gluteal volume. It aims to give volume to the buttocks for aesthetic reasons (loss of volume and/or ptosis), and to correct acquired deformities (trauma sequelae) or congenital (agenesis or developmental disorders).The goal is to achieve a harmony between the projection of the buttock, the curvature of the spine, the waist and the hips configuration. The gluteoplasty increase may be accomplished with the use of autologous tissues (fat, dermoadipose flap, muscle flap) or artificial materials (prosthesis, hyaluronic acid - Macrolane®, etc.). In some cases, in addition to increasing the volume of the buttocks, it's performed a concomitant gluteal lifting.

 

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