Fat transference and arm surgery

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Procedures for:

All genders:

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Women

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Men

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Procedures performed at:

Institute for Plastic Surgery

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Medical Spa

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Treatments with fat transference

Facial area augmentation

This procedure is an alternative to an implant surgery or hyaluronic acid facial fillers. Its purpose is to improve the facial contour, reducing certain expression lines, and give volume to specific areas. The fat is extracted from the patient, in needed quantity, and impressive results are obtained.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 5 to 10 days.

Regional body augmentation

This procedure is an alternative method to obtain a body contour improvement, by increasing the volume of buttocks, thighs, pectorals and deltoids in men, among others. The fat is obtained from the same patient.
Depending on the number of areas involved, the medical leave and recovery time can go from one to three weeks.

Genital rejuvenation

The pass of time affects all body structures, including the genital area. There are diverse procedures that focus on the rejuvenation of this area, in example a reduction of labia majora or fat transference.

 

Arm Surgery

Laser liposculpture

The accumulation of fat on the arms is a frequent problem. This procedure aims to reduce the fat deposits in this area and stimulate the skin to cause a contraction of it.
This procedure is ambulatory and requires a medical leave and recovery time of 7 days.

Brachioplasty, Excessive skin resection

This procedure consists in the resection of excessive skin and fat that are an effect of ageing, due to genetic factors, or due to significant weight loss. Usually, this procedure is complemented with liposculpture.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 7 days.

Treatment to reduce axillary sweating

For this treatment the injection of botulinic toxins (Botox®) are recommended to obtain a temporal correction.  Otherwise, there can be done a surgical long-term correction by using laser and/or ultrasound.  This procedure is ambulatory.
This procedure requires a medical leave and recovery time of 2 days.

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