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If you want to get rid of the unwanted fat deposits on your body, modern cosmetic medicine offers you 2 options: liposuction or liposculpture – both available at our clinic in Sydney.

We are proud to let you know that our clinic works with one of Australia’s leading cosmetic surgeons who performs liposculpture in Sydney. His name is Dr. Michael Rich, but more about him in a minute…

For now, you may be wondering: “Liposuction… liposculpture… what’s the big difference?”

Not a dumb question, since both techniques are similar (by the way, did you know that both women and men alike can benefit from this practice?).

What are the main differences between liposuction and liposculpture?

Both techniques are used for the removal of fat deposits from certain areas of the body. These areas include the abdomen, buttocks, thighs or neck, even the back of the arms, chin and jowls.

However, liposuction is used to describe more complex procedures of fat removal, whereas liposculpture is a more careful procedure that eliminates smaller amounts of fat. Liposuction may require general anaesthesia depending on the amount of fat that is aspirated.

By contrast, liposculpture uses tumescent anaesthesia, which means that the patient is awake during the entire procedure.

Due to the fact that the patient is awake, they can stand up immediately after the procedure. This enables the operating doctor to identify any irregularities in the body contour and address them on the spot.

Thus, there is no need for the patient to return another time and have these irregularities fixed. In fact, addressing unevenness on the spot is the “sculpturing” part of lipoSCULPTURE. A doctor may want to repeat the procedure a number of times before they are certain that they achieved the best possible result.

Do you have a normal weight but certain areas of your body have hard to lose pockets of fat?

If so, then a doctor might recommend a liposculpture treatment. Liposculpture, as the name suggests, “sculpts” the body in an attempt to improve the looks of people who are NOT overweight.

We all dream about having a new, better looking body in one day… and if possible, please make it happen the easiest way.

Here comes the good news: the liposculpture services at Specialist Clinics of Australia in Sydney by Dr. Michael Rich can make your dream come true!

Dr Rich is one of our clinic’s most experienced professionals. He has been a practitioner for 20 years now; he practiced medicine, dermatology and cosmetic surgery and is currently one of the few doctors who offers liposculpture services in Sydney.

He is the founder and director of the enRich Clinic in Armdale, also known for offering some of the most professional and popular cosmetic and dermatology practices in Melbourne.

If you want to take advantage of his liposculpture services in Sydney, please contact one of our professionals who will help you book an appointment. For more information about Dr Rich and his background please click here.

2 thoughts on “Which procedure is better for you: Liposculpture or Liposuction?”

  1. Avatar RM says:

    Can I get a price for liposuction for my entire stomach. My tummy is fat since childbirth. To understand I’m a size 10-12.

    1. Sandra Sandra says:

      Hi RM, as every body shape is different please call 1300889935 to book a free consultation and personal assessment regarding liposculpture suitability and costs. You can also book at this link https://www.specialistaustralia.com.au/specialties/liposculpture/enquiry/
      We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.

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