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    Losing Fat in Obscure Places (MD 9-06—Fat Byte)


    [FONT='Arial','sans-serif']Until recently, plastic surgeons performed liposuctions mainly on abdomens, love handles and butt fat. Sixty percent of Americans are overweight or obese and carry most of their fat in these areas. A small cadre of dedicated body worshipers is going after more obscure fat depots. Favorite targets include lower back and upper back (buffalo hump), below the butt (banana fold), calves (piano legs) and chin (goose neck). Last year, surgeons performed almost 500,000 liposuctions— making it the most popular cosmetic surgery by far. Increasingly, liposuction patients are fit people trying to develop more perfect bodies. Liposuction isn’t cheap— multiple procedures can cost more than $10,000. That may be a small price to pay for the perfect body, but liposuction isn’t risk free. Studies estimate that between 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 47,000 patients die as a result of the procedure. (The New York Times, June 15, 2006)[/FONT]
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  • #2
    Originally posted by The AdMan View Post
    That may be a small price to pay for the perfect body, but liposuction isn’t risk free. Studies estimate that between 1 in 5,000 to 1 in 47,000 patients die as a result of the procedure. (The New York Times, June 15, 2006)
    Usually that is the patients fault. They do not keep the wounds cleans and is causes an infection. Any good doctor will have their patient start the anti-biotic before they go into surgery.

    Also, make sure it is a sterile place you get it done in hahahaha

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    • #3
      Originally posted by NinjaEd View Post
      Usually that is the patients fault. They do not keep the wounds cleans and is causes an infection. Any good doctor will have their patient start the anti-biotic before they go into surgery.

      Also, make sure it is a sterile place you get it done in hahahaha
      Infection is not always the only risk of a Liposuction procedure.

      Other risks are possiable, risk like bad Anesthesia reactions, thrombosis ( throwing a clot) , DIC (Clotting disorders) ect.

      http://www.docshop.com/education/cos...suction/risks/

      Editorial comment, Liposuction is a grotesque operation to observe.

      Visualize a clear rigid short tube under your skin, being manipulated in a back and forwards motion, connected to a handpiece, connected to a clear hose, all connected to a clear cannister hooked up to a "suction vacuum machine".

      All sucking (ripping) globs and hunks of your subcutanious fat out of your body, fat moving visiable through said tube/hose into vacume cannister.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by DBowden View Post
        Infection is not always the only risk of a Liposuction procedure.

        Other risks are possiable, risk like bad Anesthesia reactions, thrombosis ( throwing a clot) , DIC (Clotting disorders) ect.

        http://www.docshop.com/education/cos...suction/risks/

        Editorial comment, Liposuction is a grotesque operation to observe.

        Visualize a clear rigid short tube under your skin, being manipulated in a back and forwards motion, connected to a handpiece, connected to a clear hose, all connected to a clear cannister hooked up to a "suction vacuum machine".

        All sucking (ripping) globs and hunks of your subcutanious fat out of your body, fat moving visiable through said tube/hose into vacume cannister.
        Overall liposuction is a very safe procedure compared to other plastic surgeries. In the last 20 years we didn't have any significant complications with any of our liposuction patients. Furthermore the vast mojority of our patients were happy with their results.

        We perform hundreds of liposuction cases every year.

        Should anybody be interested in liposuction surgery, my suggestion is to consult a board certified experienced plastic surgeon and go to his website and examine his before and after photos.

        Dr Blau
        www.cosmetic-md.com
        Award winning sculptor and painter.
        Dr. Blau is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon &
        A Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.
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        • #5
          Losing Fat in Obscure Places

          Is it possible to have fat removed around the pubic area. I think it's commonly referred to as the pubic mound?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by AV8R View Post
            Losing Fat in Obscure Places

            Is it possible to have fat removed around the pubic area. I think it's commonly referred to as the pubic mound?
            Yes. As a mater of fact it is quite a commen area for liopsuction.
            Award winning sculptor and painter.
            Dr. Blau is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon &
            A Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.
            http://www.cosmetic-md.com
            http://www.gynecomastia-md.com

            914-428-4700

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            • #7
              Originally posted by AV8R View Post
              Losing Fat in Obscure Places

              Is it possible to have fat removed around the pubic area. I think it's commonly referred to as the pubic mound?
              Yes. As a mater of fact it is quite a commen area for liopsuction.
              Award winning sculptor and painter.
              Dr. Blau is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon &
              A Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.
              http://www.cosmetic-md.com
              http://www.gynecomastia-md.com

              914-428-4700

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DrBlau View Post
                Yes. As a mater of fact it is quite a commen area for liopsuction.
                Thank you Dr. Blau for your response. Do you know if there are any issues of doing this procedure on a male patient?

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AV8R View Post
                  Thank you Dr. Blau for your response. Do you know if there are any issues of doing this procedure on a male patient?
                  Similar issues as liposuction in other areas.
                  Award winning sculptor and painter.
                  Dr. Blau is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon &
                  A Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.
                  http://www.cosmetic-md.com
                  http://www.gynecomastia-md.com

                  914-428-4700

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                  • #10
                    Dr. Blau, i dont know if this is the way my body is developed or not, but i seem to have a pouch located under neath only one side of left pectoral.. it isnt noticeable at first glance at all.. and there is no pain what so ever... The thing is i develop a cyst when i was very young i think maybe 10.. we had a doctor look at it.. and he determined it was nothing to be worried about... now its 16 years later and im self conscious about the way both sides of my pecs look..Would lypo be the answer to adjust this???

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by seanierock View Post
                      Dr. Blau, i dont know if this is the way my body is developed or not, but i seem to have a pouch located under neath only one side of left pectoral.. it isnt noticeable at first glance at all.. and there is no pain what so ever... The thing is i develop a cyst when i was very young i think maybe 10.. we had a doctor look at it.. and he determined it was nothing to be worried about... now its 16 years later and im self conscious about the way both sides of my pecs look..Would lypo be the answer to adjust this???
                      You should be seen by a plastic surgeon for definite diagnosis. Photos may help.
                      Award winning sculptor and painter.
                      Dr. Blau is a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon &
                      A Diplomat of the American Board of Plastic Surgeons.
                      http://www.cosmetic-md.com
                      http://www.gynecomastia-md.com

                      914-428-4700

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