• Outpatient treatment
  • Local anesthetic, but dormancy is recommended
  • Postoperatively 6 weeks of compression bodice
  • Risk: Swelling and bruises, but otherwise hardly any restrictions
  • Sociable to: 4-5 days
  • Costs: From 3.000€

The Sixpack was once?
Get your momentum back!

If you tie neckties, lawn mowing or autopflege as sports, you would probably have no problems. But where is the time to finally do something for your body and your body? Many of our patients come to us to get rid of annoying fat pads. On one thing, however, you should pay attention: A liposuction should improve your body contour and is not intended for "slimming".

No limits

Whether a thigh, knee, calf, buttocks, belly, hip, chest, arm, flank or chin: A liposuction, also called liposuction, can be performed everywhere. There are no borders. With fine cannulae we pierce through the skin to absorb the fat. Either with general anesthesia, local anesthesia or a so-called tumescent anesthesia. A large amount of liquid is injected into the adipose tissue together with a local anesthetic. This loosens the fabric, numbles it, and is then more easily sucked off.

Gentle treatment

We work with the VAL system, a vibration-assisted liposuction. Tumescent anesthesia makes the tissue even more gentle. Afterwards, you should wear a compression booster for at least six weeks. In this way you support the skin shrinkage and optimize the result. Normal physical activity is quite permissible. Only on sports you should do without. Since tumescent anesthesia requires a considerable amount of fluid, a slight loss through the puncture channels can occur after the operation. This can be somewhat unpleasant; Similar to a muscle sore