The abdomen is a problem area for many women, particularly after childbirth and responds extremely well to liposuction.
Liposuction For Women
Palm Clinic offers liposuction in Auckland, New Zealand for body contouring. The particular type of liposuction that Palm Clinic uses is called liposculpture using local anaesthetic (tumescent anaesthetic) and microcannulas for minimum downtime - back to work in three days only.
Women with thick calves and ankles are often helped by liposuction to these areas.
Droopy upper arms are sometimes referred to as batwings and can be treated with liposuction or liposculpture.
Buttock size can be reduced with liposuction and you can be back at work in 3 days.
Liposuction for female breast reduction is now commonly performed at Palm Clinic in Auckland, New Zealand. Many women are burdened by large breasts and complain of aching neck, back pain, neck pain and headache.
Breast reduction by liposuction will result in a significant breast lift.
Calves may be large due to well developed muscles but in many women large calves are due to excess fat.
The flanks include the area under and beneath the bra strap.
Prominent hips often referred to as "muffins" can be reduced with liposculpture and you can be back at work in 3 days.
A small pad of fatty tissue is often present on the inside of the knee, slightly above where the bone of the knee joint protrudes.
The pubic area can have excess fat making the area more prominent which can be a problem for women in tight clothing.
The inner thighs and outer thighs are one of the most common areas treated by liposuction for women.
Abdominoplasty, commonly known as a tummy tuck is a surgical procedure to improve the shape and profile of the stomach.
It is very common for women to have a fullness through the waist, especially after having children.