Male Liposuction With BodyBanking®

Have you been dieting and exercising, only to see no results? Is there a specific amount of stubborn fat that just won’t go away? You may be a candidate for male liposuction at Dr. Steinbrech’s office.

Liposuction, also just called lipo, is known for getting rid of excess fat that doesn’t respond to regular diet and weight loss procedures. This surgical procedure can be conducted on almost a part of the body – and often is done in conjunction with other techniques. Dr. Steinbrech happily works with patients to ensure they get the aesthetic they want.

What to Know About Male Liposuction

Male liposuction is popular, but it can have risks that include infection, asymmetric results, bad

reactions to the anesthetic, or nerve damage. Choosing the right doctor can limit, but not fully eliminate these complication risks. Complications are very rare.

General anesthesia or local anesthesia can be used for this procedure, depending on how much fat you’re removing. During liposuction, the area that’s to be treated will be injected with a medicated saline solution that helps fat collection. This is called the “tumescent technique” or the “super-wet” technique – depending on how much liquid is added to the fat.

Dr. Steinbrech might use a Suction-Assisted Liposuction technique or an Ultrasonic-Assisted Liposuction technique. These are known as SAL and UAL techniques, respectively. Both will require the use of incisions, and a small metal tube called a cannula.

With SAL, the cannula is inserted and breaks up the fat, which is then suctioned out through the tube. On the other hand, UAL will use ultrasonic waves to liquefy fat before the cannula suctions it all out. The procedures can take anywhere from one to five hours.

Liposuction Recovery

Because liposuction is a very intricate procedure, it’s difficult to narrow down a recovery. You may need compression garments, medication, or drainage tubes – or you may not. Dr. Steinbrech will explain what you should expect during your consultation. Most male patients who get lipo will be able to go back to work within a week.

Get Male Liposuction Details

If you aren’t sure whether you’re a good candidate for liposuction, give Dr. Steinbrech’s office a call, to find out more.

 

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