Why Patients Might Consider Male Liposuction
Liposuction is one of the most commonly performed plastic surgery procedures worldwide. The procedure may be considered for a number of different reasons. Some of the most common areas to target include:
- Chest and back
- Neck and chin
- Upper arms and legs
- Hips and thighs
Recovery after Male Liposuction
The recovery period after male liposuction surgery can take several weeks, depending on how much fat was removed. During this time, make sure to take analgesic medication to alleviate the pain and discomfort.
It is best to avoid strenuous physical activities during the first two weeks after male lipo surgery and make sure to take time off from work to allow your body to heal. Here are more recommendations for the recovery period after male liposuction:
- Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol for at least two weeks
- Avoid steam rooms and saunas
- Have a healthy and balanced diet
- Keep your body hydrated
To avoid risks and complications that could occur during the recovery period make sure to follow Dr Hunt’s indications.
Risks and Complications
Risks and potential complications are a consideration before any surgery. Before your male liposuction procedure, you should consider the risks, which may include:
- Bleeding and bruising
- Reactions to anaesthesia
- Poor results
The outcomes shown are only relevant for this patient and do not necessarily reflect the results other patients may experience, as results may vary due to many factors including the individual’s genetics, diet and exercise.
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Excess Skin Reduction Guide
The excess skin reduction guide has been created by Dr Hunt and his team as a useful tool to help you plan and consider these procedures.
Throughout the guide, we will discuss the ins and outs of different types of surgery what makes a suitable candidate, pre-surgery planning answers to the most frequently asked questions received from patients.
How much does male liposuction cost in Sydney NSW? Prices & Fees
How much is liposuction in Sydney? The fee you’ll pay for your male liposuction will depend on multiple factors. After your first consultation, Dr Hunt will give you a clear estimate of the costs of liposuction.
Is male liposuction covered by Medicare or private health insurance?
Medicare and private health insurance generally only provide coverage for procedures that are medically required. Since liposuction is an elective cosmetic procedure, it is often not covered by health insurance.
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Male Liposuction FAQs
Is male liposuction for me?
Liposuction can be suitable for men with persistent pockets of fat. Good candidates should be fit and healthy without medical conditions that could interfere with the procedure, at a stable weight, and they should have realistic goals.
Liposuction shouldn’t be seen as a weight loss technique, as the weight of the fat removed is very small in relation to total body weight.
Dr Hunt meets with every potential patient individually to determine the most appropriate approach to the procedure. During your consultation with Dr Hunt, he’ll explain liposuction surgery in detail, evaluate your suitability for the procedure, and answer any questions you may have.
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What's involved in Male Lipo?
Male liposuction will be performed in the hospital of your choice, under general anaesthetic administered by one of Dr Hunt’s preferred partners. Each of Dr Hunt’s anaesthetists is a highly experienced member of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists.
Dr Hunt will perform either suction- or ultrasound-assisted lipectomy, as determined in your consultation, after making tiny incisions in the target areas. Removing the fat cells from the target areas is generally a one or two-hour process.
When can I go home after liposuction for men?
Depending on the extent of your surgery, you will go home either the same or the next day. At this point, you’ll be prescribed pain medication to help manage any discomfort.
Will I have to return for post-operative care after liposuction?
You’ll see Dr Hunt five days after your surgery. All sutures are dissolvable so do not need to be removed.
You’ll then visit Dr Hunt at three and six weeks, and again at three, six and 12 months.
How long will I be off work after lipo surgery in Sydney?
You should plan to take a few days off work.
When can I resume my normal activities after liposuction NSW?
When you get home from hospital, you will need to limit your movements to around the house for the first few days. You’ll be wearing compression garments, which must not be removed during this time, and you should eat lightly and get plenty of fluids.
After three days you can shower and replace the compression garments, which should be worn continuously for two to three weeks, and then at night for a further two to three weeks. These garments help to define your new shape.
During the first three weeks after surgery, you mustn’t do any activities that increase your heart rate above 100 beats per minute. However, after six weeks, you can resume all exercise.
When will I see the end result of lipo surgery?
The benefits of liposuction are immediate, although it may take up to two months until you see your final results.
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PLASTIC SURGEON SYDNEY
About Dr Jeremy Hunt
Dr Hunt has worked with thousands of patients across his 20-year career. This is reflected in his role as Spokesperson for the ASPS – Australian Society of Plastic Surgery. Dr Hunt is also a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (FRACS) and Supervisor of Plastic Surgery Training at Sydney Children’s Hospital.
Dr Hunt has a strong interest in helping his patients achieve their desired results by employing the most appropriate practices for each individual patient.
PLASTIC SURGEON SYDNEY
Dr Maryam Seyedabadi
Dr Maryam Seyedabadi has recently joined Dr Hunt’s practice in Edgecliff and is now available for consultations on a range of plastic surgery and cosmetic surgery for breast, body and face.
She is just one of the very few dually qualified Specialist Plastic Surgeons, completing both medical and dental degrees. This gives her a unique skillset and ability for face surgery, orthognathic & jaw surgery.
As a Sydney Female Plastic Surgeon, Dr Maryam offers surgery by women for women. She is supported in clinic & theatre by a completely female surgical team for those who prefer being operated on in a women-only or more female-friendly private hospital environment.