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Buccal Fat Removal
No: Buccal fat pad removal is a specific operation which removes a portion of the buccal fad pad through a small incision inside the mouth. Liposuction is not used for this. Facial liposuction is a generic term for liposuction of the face. Liposuction is more risky above the jawline compared to liposuction of the areas below the jawline and under the chin. Seek a board certified plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It can be: Usually when we do facial liposuction we do on the chin, cheeks and jowls which are the submental , buccal and submandibular fat pads resoectively. However the buccal fat pad is often the the one that least need the help. ...Read more
Too Many.: Each one of the procedures you listed have their specific indications as well as a potential risk/complications associated with it. There is simply not enough space here to outline the information you should receive. Seek consultation with well experienced board-certified plastic surgeons, and ask to see lots of examples of their work and learn about pros/cons/risks/complications. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Doctor i have chubby cheeks and im 63kg and 1658cm.i want to remove the fat around my mouth.so is buccal fat pad removal good or laser liposuction?
Depends.: Those are certainly two options, but you'll need to consult a good plastic surgeon or cosmetic dermatologist who has lots of experience with those procedures. There is no way to know what would work best for you without seeing and examining you in person. ...Read more
Diet: The safest and healthiest way to lose fat is to take in fewer calories than you burn up day to day. Dieting is hard and you need the help of your family doctor and a nutritionist. Liposuction is used to remove fat from areas that are slow to change when you diet or if you have special sites of accumulation that both you. All liposuctions have the same level of safety. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Very safe: The advent of tumescent (meaning swollen or engorged) markedly increased the safety of traditional liposuction by diminshing the blood loss and increasing the amount of local anesthetic that could be delivered at one operative session. Although any surgical procedure carries risk, tumescent technique has improved the results when performed by an experienced surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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What do u think about cryo laser fat removal on the thighs and hips for me
Height165 weigh56.5 and I'm not sure whichpart of my thighs are fat?
Plastic surgeon: Laser removal is best done under the care of a licensed plastic surgeon. Many general practitioners and other surgical docs claim to be expert in cosmetic surgery, but accept no substitutes if you want the best outcome. The doctor will discuss different approaches to your procedure and tell you what they think the best approach will be. ...Read more