Hello, i have weird fat flabs on my knees, i made a picture with how they are and how i want them to be (by pushing the fat out of the way with my fingers). Is this result achievable? I read on this website about loose skin and how it can hang, ruining the result, can that happen in my case? Thank you
Knee Liposuction Results
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Liposuction around the knees is very effective.
You do not need to worry about loose skin. As long as you wear your compression garments for at least 2-3 weeks following surgery, you should have excellent results. Some patients can have significant bruising with liposuction around the knees so be sure to take arnica prior and after the procedure.
You should have great result with liposuction of the knees.
From your pictures, don't worry about loose skin. You look like a great candidate for well done liposuction of the knees, and the flat look you want can be achieved.
Liposuction of the knees
Liposuction of the knees is certainly possible but a good exam is important to determine what can be done successfully. Swelling can persist for several months.
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Liposuction of the Knees
Without examining you, it is hard to tell if you are a good candidate for the procedure. However, based on your pictures, it looks like you could achieve a nice result with knee liposuction. Good luck.
Liposuction of the knee
Liposuction of the upper knee may cause hanging skin, but often the inner knee, the area that you display, typically responds nicely without hanging. There is not much fat to remove here and at times, not much comes out but the dermis still contracts and creates the desired result. NO guarantees can be made unfortunately as each patient heals differently.
You appear to be quite young and the bulge is quite small. These are good indications for an excellent result. This area is very common for liposuction with a high degree of success and satisfaction.
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