I am 140 lbs and 5ft 2inches tall. I had always had fat around my belly even when i weigh 103 lbs. I wanted an hour glass shape. I want liposuction done to my upper and lower abdomen, flank, waist, bra rolls, lower back, upper arms, buffalo hump and have at least 500cc fat transfer to my butt and 150cc transfer to my hip. I was wondering if this is too much liposuction in one day and is it safe for this to be done at once. Thank you for your response.
Is This Too Much Liposuction in One Day?
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Maximum amount of lipo in one day
The maximum volume of liposuction that can be performed in one day is 5L. If these areas are rather small, it may be worth it have all of these areas treated. You would need a consultation to determine the best way to maximize the amount of fat excision.
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Not Too Much Liposuction at Once for Brazilian Buttlift
I perform up to 4 Brazilian buttlifts in a day, and all of these things sound reasonable. I can usually do this in about 2 hrs or less with general anesthesia. At your height and weight, I can likely liposuction 5 liters and transfer more than the numbers you have suggested, although transferring less is obviously not a problem. Find the plastic surgeon with ELITE credentials who performs hundreds of Brazilian buttlifts each year. Kenneth Hughes, MD Los Angeles, CA
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Safe Amount Of Liposuction In One Procedure
Given your relatively small body frame, that is a lot of areas but probably not a lot ot total volume aspirate. So it does not appear to be a question of safety. Whether you will have enough fat, after it is concentrated, to inject both your buttocks and hips, is another question however. You would have to do all those areas to get enough volume for injection so it is perfectly logical to redistribute whatever can be aspirated.
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