Liposuction Revision in Los Angeles, CASERVING BEVERLY HILLS AND LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Liposuction is a safe and incredibly effective way to remove stubborn deposits of fat from nearly any area of the body. However, not every liposuction procedure will produce ideal results the first time. When your results do not meet your expectations, revision liposuction may be the most effective way to address your concerns. The best way to determine if a revision procedure is right for your needs is through a one-on-one consultation with experienced Beverly Hills liposuction surgeon Dr. Andre Berger.
If you are unhappy with your liposuction results, please contact Rejuvalife Vitality Institute online or by calling our Beverly Hills office at 310.695.1051 today to schedule your consultation with Dr. Berger. We welcome men and women from Los Angeles, Hollywood, and all surrounding California communities.
When to Consider Revision Liposuction
You may wish to consider a revision procedure if your liposuction has resulted in:
- Contour irregularities
- Incomplete fat removal or too much in one area
- Weight gain after prior liposuction
- Dimples or dents in the treatment area
- Asymmetrical results
- Lumpy or uneven skin
Revision of previous liposuction results is something that requires great attention to detail and the ability to recognize which procedures will best meet a patient’s needs. With decades of experience and a consistent record of producing remarkable results, Dr. Berger is prepared to carefully assess your problem areas and customize your treatment to produce optimal results.
Revision Liposuction Options
Solutions Dr. Berger may recommend to correct problematic liposuction results include:
- Advanced liposuction techniques such as using a Laser or SmartLipo™
- Cellulaze technology to tighten and smooth
- Fat transfer
- Extra skin tightening
Alone or in combination, these treatments are very effective at correcting displeasing liposuction results. During your initial consultation with Dr. Berger it can best be determined which solution is right for your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can You Fix Botched Liposuction?
Sadly, not all liposuction procedures go as planned. Some patients may be unsatisfied with their results, either due to unrealistic expectations or poor communication with their doctor. If you have experienced botched liposuction that includes unsatisfactory results or unwanted side effects, you may want to consider liposuction revision to correct your results.
Can You Repeat Liposuction?
Liposuction can be repeated safely, and it is often repeated to address botched liposuction or other liposuction irregularities. At Rejuvalife, our advanced liposuction technologies further enhance our abilities to perform revision procedures. By using minimally invasive techniques, we can administer liposuction revision without general anesthesia and significant periods of downtime. You will be able to enjoy a walk-in-walk-out treatment thanks to the use of mild oral sedation, local tumescent anesthesia, or Pro-Nox nitrous oxide gas.
How Do They Fix Lipo Irregularities?
Lipo irregularities, such as lumpiness or firmness, can be fixed with other body sculpting techniques. Your doctor may recommend additional liposuction treatments, advanced lipo techniques like Vaser Liposuction, or other body sculpting techniques.
Does Skin Tighten After Liposuction?
Liposuction is designed to reduce fat volume, not tighten skin. While the body may respond with some natural skin tightening, it may not be enough to fully tighten the skin to a patient’s liking. Vaser Liposuction revision and other body sculpting techniques can be used to tighten skin following a liposuction procedure.
Will Liposuction Flatten My Stomach?
Many patients pursue liposuction to achieve a flatter stomach. This is certainly possible with liposuction, but sometimes your results don’t match your expectations. Whether you are seeking a flat stomach, or want to achieve a flatter stomach after a liposuction procedure, there are many liposuction and body contouring techniques available.
Written by Dr. Andre Berger