What areas of the face and body can Liposuction treat?

Liposuction, like any surgical procedure, can be associated with risks and side effects. These include infection, scarring, temporary bruising and swelling, usually temporary numbness. There can be skin dimpling or irregularity and there is a limited ability of the skin to shrink down after Liposuction leading to the risk of sagging unless combined with surgical excision. It is possible to undertake Liposuction quickly with a large cannula but in fact I prefer to take longer with the use of finer cannulae as, with meticulous technique, I can then better hope to avoid those risks and achieve a smooth and pleasing enhancement.

Liposuction can be an ideal procedure for women and men who are at or near their ideal body weight, but have stubborn pockets of fat that just won’t shift however stringent their diet and exercise routine.

Mr Ahmad is able to tackle a number of different areas on the face and body; this includes the stomach, chest, hips, flanks, buttocks, thighs, knees, upper arms and around the chin and neck. Liposuction can also be combined with a wide range of other surgical procedures to get the optimal aesthetic result.

It is important to realise that this is not a weight loss procedure – it is only suitable for small pockets of fat. During your consultation with Mr Ahmad, he will take a full medical history and run through your expectations from the procedure to ensure they are realistic.