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Before undergoing any cosmetic surgery, it is important to be as informed as possible. You should undertake your own research prior to attending your consultation. Having a full understanding of your procedure will help you with any nerves you have surrounding the procedure. It can also help you know what results you can expect following the procedure, and what the recovery period will be like. 

So what questions do you need to ask before having liposuction

1. What type of liposuction do you perform? 

We all have a pretty general understanding of what liposuction entails. Liposuction is a cosmetic surgical procedure which removes subcutaneous fat which is immune to healthy diet and exercise. 

However, there is not just one method for liposuction. Before you decide to even go to a consultation, make sure you do your research about all the different types of liposuction. You’ll be able to make your own informed decision about which type of liposuction you think is the best and will achieve the goals you want. When you attend your consultation, you will be able to see whether the information the surgeon gives you matches up with what you found online. 

The various methods for liposuction include tumescent, laser assisted (otherwise known as SmartLipo), Vaser, power assisted, suction assisted and high definition liposuction. You may even hear about ultrasound assisted, laser-assisted and super-wet technique. 

At London Lipo Institute, we use tumescent liposuction. This involves injecting the area with a diluted solution. This makes the area large and swollen, otherwise known as tumescent. The surgeon is then able to make small incisions, which allows them to insert a cannula, which removes the excess fat.


2. How much fat can be removed? 

While fat is being removed from the body, liposuction is actually not considered a weight loss procedure. It is not suitable for those who are obese and are looking to have a large amount of fat removed from their bodies.

So how much fat can actually be removed? While there is generally a maximum limit of four litres per session, how much the surgeon will actually need to remove will vary from person to person.

When you are in your consultation with the surgeon, they will be able to assess your body and see where the weight needs to be removed from and how much can be removed. If you are aiming to remove a large amount of excess fat, you may need to undertake numerous liposuction sessions.

3. What are your qualifications and experience? 

You don’t just need to research the procedure you’re having – you also need to research the clinic you’re having the procedure at and the surgeon who is performing the liposuction. The last thing you want to do is to be operated on by someone who is not a fully qualified plastic surgeon. 

Any legitimate surgeon will not be offended if you ask to see their qualifications or ask about their work history. You may find this information is available online – many surgeons have their own personal websites or will have the information listed on social media sites such as LinkedIn. 

If you are having surgery in the UK, make sure your surgeon is registered with the GMC.

4. How often have you performed liposuction? 

So you’ve researched your surgeon and found out they are registered and certified. But does that mean they have extensive history performing liposuction? Cosmetic surgeons can sometimes choose specialities, such as just performing on the face or the breasts. Liposuction is a fairly common procedure, however, it is best not to risk it. 

During your consultation, ask how often the surgeon has performed liposuction, particularly in the area you want to have it. You may wish to ask to see before and after photographs, which will highlight what the surgeon is able to achieve. 

5. What are the risks and complications? 

Every surgery comes with risks and complications. If your surgeon insists there are no risks, do not believe them. 

While liposuction is a safe procedure, there are some rare risks that can occur. Before having liposuction, make sure to ask your surgeon about these risks, and how often they have encountered problems while performing liposuction.


6. What can I expect from the recovery period? 

While the liposuction may be your main focus, the recovery period is an important part of your surgical journey. 

You will need to know how many days you will need to take off work and how long you will have to avoid vigorous activities. If you have an office job, you may be able to return to work quicker than someone who has a physically active job. If you have children, you may also wish to consider who is caring for them during your recovery period. 

For many cosmetic procedures, including liposuction, you will need to wear a compression garment during the recovery. This will help to avoid any fluid build up in the area where liposuction was undertaken and will help to reduce swelling.


7. What scars will I have? 

Any surgery where incisions are involved will result in scars. Cosmetic surgeons will go out of their way to ensure any scars will be as aesthetically pleasing and as discreet as possible. 

In the case of liposuction, the scars will be very small, and will only be a few millimetres big. The incision will only be made to allow the cannula to be inserted, rather than being made to remove excess skin. The exact location of the scars will vary depending on where you are having liposuction. If you are concerned about scarring, make sure you ask your surgeon during the consultation exactly where the scars will be and what you can do during your recovery period to minimise the appearance of any scars.


8. What results can I expect?

To be an eligible candidate for liposuction, you will need to have realistic expectations about what the procedure can achieve. This can be achieved by knowing about what results you can actually expect. 

You should know what to experience during the recovery period. It is important to realise that while you will notice some results straight away, swelling will delay the final results. The skin may also be loose and will take some time to tighten. It may be several months before you are able to see the final results of your liposuction procedure. 

Researching these questions and asking these questions during your consultation will help you to be informed about liposuction and help you feel confident before undergoing your procedure.

Are you interested in having liposuction? Contact London Lipo Institute today to find out more information or to book a consultation.

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The mons pubis is the area of tissue which lays over your pubic bone, and which is generally more prominent for women. This is an area which is immune to weight loss through usual methods such as a healthy diet and exercise regime. For people who wish to minimise the size, mons pubis liposuction is the best option. 

An enlarged mons pubis can have various different appearances. The mons pubis may protrude more than your liking; in some instances, there is droopy skin or an overhanging. This can not only negatively impact your self-esteem and self-image, but can also alter the style of clothing you wear, making you avoid tight-fitting clothing. 

There are numerous reasons for why a mons pubis will become enlarged or appear saggy. This can include weight loss, weight gain, pregnancy, procedures such as a c-section or abdominal surgery, genetics or simply ageing. 

Can I have mons pubis liposuction? 

Mons pubis liposuction is an appropriate procedure for those who experience:

– An enlarged mons pubis

– Overhanging or sagging skin

– Drooping of the mons pubis area

Those who undergo mons pubis liposuction will also need to be:

– At least 18 years old

– Be in good physical and mental health

– Have good skin elasticity 

– Have reasonable expectations about what the procedure can achieve 

Those with better skin elasticity may experience better results, however, there is no upper age limit to this procedure and older patients may elect to undergo mons pubis liposuction. 

This is a suitable procedure for both women and men.

What happens during mons pubis liposuction? 

Before undergoing any medical procedure, you will need to have a consultation with one of the surgeons. They will be able to assess whether or not you are an appropriate candidate for mons pubis liposuction, and will be able to inform you of the best method for surgery. 

The procedure will be performed under either a local or general anaesthetic, depending on whether or not you wish to be awake for the procedure. 

You will need to ensure you have followed the surgeon’s pre-0p instructions, which include quitting smoking at least two weeks prior to surgery.  Smoking can interfere with the procedure and recovery period. If a patient is found to have been smoking within this time period, the surgery may be cancelled as it can become too risky. You will also have to follow any other pre-op instructions given by your surgeon, such as halting the consumption of alcohol and any fasting periods.

Mons pubis liposuction involves the surgeon making an incision along the groin crease. This is done to ensure the scar from the incision is as minimally visible as possible. A cannula is then used to suction the excess fat from the mons pubis area. A drain will then be placed into the incision area, and the incision will be shut. 

What can I expect from the recovery period? 

After the procedure, it is normal to experience some minor discomfort, as well as some bruising and swelling. You will be given pain medication to help ease any symptoms.  Swelling will generally resolve after six weeks but may take longer to fully go away.

You will have to wear a compression garment which will help to keep the mons pubis in the best possible shape. This will also help to speed up the recovery period by reducing swelling. This will need to be worn for two to six weeks – your surgeon will be able to advise on how long you will need to wear yours.

You will have to take a few days off work, however, some people may need to take one week off work. You will be able to resume your normal day to day routine after one week. 

You will need to avoid any strenuous physical activity for six weeks. This will help you to fully recover and to help avoid any injury to the incision area. 

As mons pubis liposuction involves an incision, you will have a scar. The surgeons will ensure this is in the groin crease and is as small as possible, so the scar is not noticeable. The scar will be more visible directly after the procedure, however, with time the scar will minimise in size and change colour to become less prominent. 

Are you interested in mons pubis liposuction? London Lipo Institute currently offers this procedure. Contact us today to find out more information or to book a consultation with one of our surgeons.

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There are lots of questions people wonder about before undergoing liposuction. What actually happens during the procedure, is it safe, what is the recovery period like? However, one of the most popular questions we get asked is “can you gain weight back after having liposuction?”

To fully comprehend the answer to this question, it is best to understand exactly how liposuction is performed, who is suitable for the procedure and what can affect the results. 

 

How is liposuction performed?

 

At London Lipo Institute, we use the tumescent liposuction technique. So what exactly does this involve? 

 

Tumescent liposuction involves injecting a diluted solution of local anaesthetic into the treatment area (such as the abdomen, thighs, hips or arms). This is injected into the fat beneath the skin, which makes the area swollen and firm, otherwise referred to as tumescent. This solution eliminates the need for a general anaesthetic to be used.  The surgeon is then able to make small incisions to undertake the liposuction and remove the fat cells from the body. 

 

This technique reduces the likelihood of bleeding during surgery, as well as bruising and swelling in the recovery period. 

 

Who is a suitable candidate for tumescent liposuction? 

 

To be considered for liposuction, you first need to be:

– Above 18 years old

– Physically healthy

– Have a healthy BMI (18.5 to 24.9). 

 

You will also need to have some skin elasticity. This is because the liposuction procedure will remove fat from the body. If you do not have skin elasticity, you will have lots of excess skin left over, and you may then need to undergo a tummy tuck to remove the skin. While it is generally older patients who this will apply to, age is not necessarily a barrier, as some older patients still have good skin elasticity. 

Those who are overweight or obese, have lots of excess skin or are looking to treat cellulite are not considered appropriate candidates for liposuction. 

 

Can you gain weight back after having liposuction? 

 

Liposuction works to remove fat cells from the certain area of the body. However, it is not considered an alternative to weight loss. You will be able to notice a difference in your weight and figure after having liposuction. The treated area will appear to be smaller and more toned. 

 

The fat cells in the treated area would have been removed through liposuction. However, fat cells in other areas of the body will still exist. Any new fat cannot go to where fat cells are no longer, therefore it will generate in other areas of the body. For instance, if you had liposuction on your abdomen, you may find fat will generate in the thighs or hips instead. Fat can still accumulate in the treated area, however, this will be relatively small. 

 

The body regenerates fat cells every 7 to 8 years. With time, there is a chance that these fat cells will regenerate in the area which you had liposuction. However, the weight gain in the treated area will not be as great as if you had not undergone liposuction. 

 

To ensure you do not gain weight after undergoing liposuction, it is important to maintain a healthy lifestyle, which includes healthy eating and exercise. Before liposuction, we recommend that you be as close to possible to your ideal weight. Those who are overweight or obese may not be suitable for liposuction, may face problems during the procedure and may find weight gain in the remaining fat cells following the procedure.

 

So the answer is yes, you can, in fact, gain weight back after having liposuction. However, if you are able to follow a healthy diet and exercise regime, you will be able to enjoy the results of the liposuction for a longer period of time. 

 

Interested in liposuction? London Lipo Institute is one of the leading companies for liposuction in London. Contact us today to find out more or to book a consultation today.

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Liposuction is a method used to surgically remove fat. It is not a weight loss method; it is used to remove stubborn areas of fat, treat lipoedema or to even define muscles.  All surgical procedures have benefits and risks. 

What is Ultrasonic?

Ultrasonic assisted liposuction also known as UAL. It is a liposuction technique which uses ultrasonic energy in an attempt to remove fat. Over the last couple of years, Ultrasonic assisted liposuction has become less popular as the risks have been identified and been made aware of. There are many risks and complications which come with this procedure so surgeons try and stay away from it. There are two types of this liposuction, internal and external. Internal uses a cannula inserted into an incision in the skin. External uses energy transmitted through a paddle-shaped instrument which is placed on top of the skin. Some dangers which come with this method of liposuction are:

– Blood clots, if left untreated or not acted on instantly can be fatal

– Seromas, this is a fluid-filled area under the skin which can cause discomfort

– Prolonged numbness or injury to sensory nerves in the area treated

– Infection, with any surgical procedure there is a risk of infection.


What is Tumescent Liposuction?

 

Tumescent liposuction this method of liposuction uses a large volume of a very dilute mix of local anaesthesia like lidocaine and a saline solution. This liquid is then injected into the fatty layer under the skin. This causes the fat to become tumescent with means swollen and firm. Once is it firm it is easier to remove. We use a vibrating cannula to remove the fat. With Tumescent liposuction, there are still risks but very minor. These risks include:    

– Bruising due to the removal of the fat  

– Swelling as the area has been cut and fat has been removed  

– Temporary numbness due to possible nerve damage    

– Infection is still a risk as there is no procedure where infection will defiantly not happen.

At our clinic, we use the tumescent liposuction technique as it is safe and pain-free. Our patients are able to tell us how they feel during the procedure. Whatever method or clinic you chose to have liposuction at, make sure they only use qualified surgeons who are also GMC registered.

For information on our Training Courses, please call us on 01923 801601 or email info@londonlipoinstitute.com – Alternatively, fill out our contact form and a member of the team will be in touch. 

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Cryolipolysis is a fat removing device which freezes the fat cells. It is known to be a non-invasive alternative to liposuction. No incisions are made, no scars are left and it is much quicker than liposuction.


How does it work?

A vacuuming device is placed on the area where the fat needs to be frozen. Next, it is attached to the Cryolipolysis machine. The freezing will then begin, the patient will be surrounded by blankets and pillows to ensure their comfort as this procedure can take up to 4 hours. The fat cells are then destroyed but the results are not instant. Over the course of 3-5 months, the fat cells will naturally melt away exiting through the liver. It has been claimed to permanently destroy the fat cells up to 50% in the treated area.

Is it all positive?



Many clinics and patients have been warned to stay clear of this treatment. There have been many cases where the patients have been very uncomfortable or in agony during the whole procedure. People have been left burned and scarred due to this ‘non-invasive’ procedure. People have also found that unqualified practitioners offer and carry out this procedure at a cheap price which results in devastating results.

Is there an alternative?

 

There are many different alternatives to Cryolipolysis but here at London Lipo Institute we offer the latest and safest form of liposuction, this is Lipomatic. This procedure involves the patient being numbed using local anaesthetic in the areas needed. The area is then injected with a diluted anaesthetic to make the fatty tissue harder which makes it easier to remove. A vibrating cannula is then used to suction out the fat. By the cannula vibrating it makes it easier and safer to remove the fat from the area making the results look great. The results are instant and will only get better over the coming months as the swelling reduces and the skin will contract due to the use of a compression garment. Here at London Lipo Institute we only offer Lipomatic liposuction as it is safe and effective. However, if you are set on using Cryolipolysis we suggest you find a very highly rated and safe clinic or surgeon to carry this out. We also suggest you only go to a clinic that uses only qualified people.  

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What is Body Jet liposuction?

Body Jet liposuction is also known as water liposuction or water assisted liposuction. It is a technique which is used to surgically remove unwanted body fat. Saline and a mix of other solutions are used to help loosen fat cells from any connective tissue for easy removal. This method is great for stubborn areas of fat that cannot be removed from dieting and exercise.

Benefits of Body Jet liposuction

With all different types of liposuction, there are many great benefits

  • Quick recovery

  • Smaller amounts of anaesthesia are needed

  • Compression garments will be worn for a shorter amount of time

  • Lower amounts of pain during and after the procedure

  • Each surgery is specified to each person undergoing the procedure



Drawbacks of Body Jet liposuction
  • Only beneficial for people who want to lose a small amount of fat

  • Weight can be gained back if not cautious

  • Excessive bruising and swelling can occur

  • If the appropriate aftercare is not carried out there will be a large risk of infection



Risks of Body Jet liposuction

There are risks with all surgeries and we believe surgeons need to explain these risks to the potential patients even before surgery. Some of the risks are very rare but still need to be considered. One of the risks is developing Thrombophlebitis. This is when a blood clot causes inflammation in a vein after liposuction which can cause life-threatening effects. Internal organ punctures is a lot a risk of liposuction, this is when the cannula which removes the fat goes in too deep and punctures an organ. This can only occur if a surgeon is uncaring or not properly trained, depending on which organ is punctured it can be life-threatening. Another risk is heart or kidney issues, this is because while using Body Jet liposuction fluids are injected into the areas. This can cause the body’s natural fluid level which can cause issues in the kidney or heart. Pulmonary oedema is when the residual fluid from the liposuction is not removed properly and it accumulates in the lungs.

Recommended liposuction technique

Here at London Lipo we use and train surgeons using the tumescent technique. It uses a large quantity of very dilute anaesthesia normally lidocaine, it is then injected into the fat just below the skin’s surface to make it swollen and firm. By the fat being firm, it is easier to remove.  With tumescent liposuction, there is less blood loss and virtually no pain. There is a much smaller risk of fluid going into places it shouldn’t (organs) with the tumescent technique as it uses far less fluid compared to Body Jet liposuction. Before considering any type of liposuction or surgery you should consult with multiple trusted surgeons to find the best option for you which will give you the outcome you desire.

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What is liposuction?

Liposuction is an effective way to remove fat instantly and painlessly. It is a technique within cosmetic surgery which is used to remove the fat in between the skin and muscle. There are various different types of liposuction which give different effects, our surgeons choose to use lipomatic. Liposuction is used on many different areas of the body, mainly the abdomen, hips, thighs, shoulders and buttocks. However, it can practically be used anywhere on the body. Liposuction is also used to treat conditions like gynecomastia which is where men begin to develop breasts as well as treating lipoedema. Lipoedema is when fat cannot be lost in an area, typically the legs. Liposuction is the only cure for lipoedema.  

Lipomatic

 

Our clinic uses lipomatic which is a machine used to perform liposuction. It is an FDA approved device which lets a safe and effective level of fat to be removed with a very high level of accuracy. The lipomatic first breaks down the fat cells by a tool called a cannula. What is different about the lipomatic is that the cannula vibrates which helps to break down the fat cells. It helps the fat to be separated from the body painlessly. Our surgeons prefer using the lipomatic because it does not use any heat, lasers, cooling or radiation which makes it very safe for our patients.  

Alternatives

 

Lipomatic is not the only method used for liposuction or fat removal. Techniques like Vaser liposuction and CoolSculpting are used to remove fat as well. Vaser Liposuction is a procedure which is performed under local anaesthetic. It uses a small ‘probe’ to transmit the sound energy to liquefy the fat cells before undergoing a liposuction procedure. One of the downsides to using Vaser liposuction is that the procedure will be longer as the cells need to be liquefied first. CoolSculpting is a fat freezing procedure which again is FDA cleared. It is a non-surgical way to reduce the amount of fat you may have, it uses a cooling technique to try and remove stubborn fat. No needles are used or anaesthesia is used during this procedure. However, it takes up to four months to see clear results whereas lipomatic the results are instant.   

 

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What is gynecomastia lipomatic?

Gynecomastia is a condition which only happens in men, it occurs at any age and the weight of a person does not mean they are more or less prone to develop this disorder. Gynecomastia is known to enlarge the size of a males breasts and it can be for one of these three reasons. A hormone imbalance can cause the breasts to start to develop or the individual may have undergone some kind of hormone therapy which also causes the growth of the chest. Some people also do not realise some medications that they are using cause the growth of the chest, medications like steroids, ulcer, heart antiandrogen and antidepressant medications, chemotherapy treatments as well as some products containing tea tree or lavender oil. The term ‘gynecomastia’ is derived from a Greek phrase which means ‘woman-like breasts’ which will make some men feel self-conscious or very secretive about their disorder. Gynecomastia is not a rare condition as it is believed to affect 40 to 60 per cent of the male population. It also comes in different forms, no two people are affected the same. Some males have both of their breast affected by the condition but some men only have one breast larger than the other.gynecomastia lipomaticGynecomastia – Causes for older men

Developing gynecomastia at an older age may be a red warning sign for some serious health issues. Liver or lung cancer can cause men do develop breast, but also cirrhosis of the liver, thyroid issues or hormone problems may also be a side effect of these health issues. Sudden weight gain, excessive alcohol consumption over a long period of time or drugs also cause Gynecomastia.

The Treatment

There are different herbal remedies which people believe cures their gynecomastia, but usually, they are non-effective and in some cases very expensive. Dramatic weight loss and exercise can help to reduce or even cure gynecomastia but this only usually works for overweight people. However, weight loss is not the only cure for Gynecomastia. Gynecomastia Lipomatic is the most effective and permanent solution for this condition. Lipomatic is a liposuction machine which uses a vibrating cannula to efficiently remove the most amount of fat cells possible. Using the lipomatic makes the whole liposuction process virtually painless.

Gynecomastia Lipomatic starts off by the surgeon creating a small incision under the breast so he is able to insert the cannula. Once the cannula is inserted the surgeon will start to inject anaesthetic into the area so the patient is fully numb. When the area us numb the surgeon will start to remove the fat by moving the cannula around the area where fat needs to be removed. Once all of the fat is removed the surgeon will begin to massage the areas to remove any excess liquid from the breasts and then will stitch the incisions closed.

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Why is Tumescent Liposuction Recovery important?

Firstly, let us talk about the term ‘tumescent liposuction’. Tumescent Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that helps remove excess fat located in the stomach area, the process is also referred to as ‘Tickle Lipo’. The procedure is performed by the patient being put under local anaesthesia with intravenous sedation. A few small incisions are made in the area to be performed on, which in this case is the stomach. Diluted local anaesthesia is then inserted to ensure minimisation of blood and trauma. Then the cannula device, which is a thin hollow tube is inserted into the incisions to be loosened using the lipomatic technique of vibration to break down the fat. With the lipomatic technique, the fat is then able to be suctioned out, the procedure may take between 1-3 hours depending on the amount of fat required to be removed.


Tumescent Liposuction Recovery information

In the Tumescent Liposuction recovery, there may be bruising and swelling due to the procedure. Discomfort may also be an issue after the procedure, however, painkilling medication will be provided by your surgeon to aid in the Tumescent Liposuction Recovery. It is very much recommended to wear tight compression garments or elastic bandages to help reduce the swelling as well as being able to help from the skin into an appealing contour and may as well be worn for several weeks. Depending on the amount of liposuction from the tumescent area, it is possible to return to work 2-3 days after the operation. However, if intense liposuction with a lot of fat being removed, a week off work may be recommended. Swelling may be there but can be reduced at 7-10 days. Exercise of a minimal standard is permitted after 2 weeks, but full activity can be after 4-6 weeks. For Tumescent Liposuction recovery, the swelling will continue to reduce after the operation but could take up to 3-5 months before it goes.  

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As summer is fast approaching everyone is going on crazy diets and fitness regimes to get that perfect summer body within a short amount of time! Doing this is not only potentially damaging your health but it is also very hard to stay committed to some extreme diets! Luckily this blog will tell you all about losing weight safely, painlessly and instantly!

What is it? Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture is another term for lipomatic. Lipomatic is a machine used to enhance the end results of liposuction! It is an FDA approved device that safely and effectively removes a large volume of fat from the body whilst also being very accurate. The fat cells are first broken down by the vibrating cannula. By having the cells being broken down first it allows the liposuction procedure to run a lot smoother and to have the fat cells to be removed more effectively.

Why is it good? There are many reasons why we choose to use Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture (lipomatic) over regular liposuction. The main reason why we choose to use it is because it is safe; safety is key in any procedure. Our clients well being and safety is the most important thing here at London Lipo Institute. Another reason why we use lipomatic is because the procedure is painless! Some patients also claim to feel a tickling sensation whilst having the procedure done, hence why it is also sometimes known as ‘Tickle Lipo’. The operation time is much shorter using lipomatic, this is more appealing to most people as the idea of surgery can be quite daunting, but having a shorter operating time may be a lot better! Lipomatic causes the patients to have a rapid recovery which is good for people who are always on the go!

Surgeons Review The surgeons prefer to work with lipomatic because using ultrasonic assisted liposuction is outdated as well as it causes a lot of pain breaking down the fat cells. The way the procedure is carried out using older versions of liposuction is quite brutal. Using other types of liposuction also carries the risk of nerve damage which will permanently change the way a patient may function. On the other hand, lipomatic is very gentle and it helps to break down the fat before it is removed unlike other liposuction techniques. It also has very low risks of nerve damage. So our surgeons prefer using the lipomatic machine for training purposes as well as working on clients.


Patient’s Experience Erin (28) – Summer of 2015 I had underwent liposuction using lipomatic at London Lipo Institute. Having my wedding booked in September, at the start of 2015 I tried to drop a couple of dress sizes so I could look good in my wedding dress as well as in a bikini for my honeymoon! I found it so hard to lose enough weight for me to feel comfortable so I was looking around for options to help me to get my desired summer body. I did some research and I found out that Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture (lipomatic) was one of the best types of liposuction with virtually no pain! I am not very tolerant to pain so this was the option for me! I was trying to find clinics local to me which offer Nutational Infrasonic Liposculpture. This is when I came across London Lipo Institute. I went in for a consultation and I was so pleased with how it went, I booked my procedure for 2 weeks away. When the surgery day came I was prepped and run through the procedure so I felt ready and relaxed! I felt no pain during the procedure which I didn’t expect, I read reviews saying you self no pain, I expected to feel a little bit I felt nothing! I had 3 litres of fat removed and the procedure lasted 3 hours which was amazing! I healed very fast and I never felt to beautiful in my wedding dress and in my bikini!

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