There is no difference between these two procedures. They are both for the treatment of stubborn fat deposits located subcutaneously that are removed with a cannula.
"A rose by any other name...Shakespeare" Liposuction = Liposculpture
Would you rather be sucked or sculpted? The answer is obvious. The term liposculpture arose as a preferred alternative to liposuction primarliy to connote a better overall impression of sculpture versus suction. In the early years, some practitioners used this term to delineate a practice of lipoetching or superficial liposuction in which more delicate contouring (with a higher risk of creating contour irregularities) is carried out in the upper layers of the fat.
The difference between liposculpture and liposuction
The difference between these two techniques may depend on who you ask. In our practice, liposuction is the technique that we perform when we want to remove a significant volume of fat. Liposculpture is the technique that we use when we want to remove less fat but want to shape the remaining fat so that it mirrors the underlying muscles. Liposculpture will create a toned and more athletic appearance rather than just the bulk of the area of volume.
Difference Between Liposculpture and Liposuction
The intension of body contouring operations is to create a more flattering body shape from a less flattering one. The term "liposculpture" comes out of the idea that the aesthetic plastic surgeon can mold the body by removing and/or grafting fat, much like a sculptor can mold clay, to make the form of a body more beautiful. The term "liposuction" originated in France in the 1970's. It was coined to described the technique of removing unwanted fatty deposits from under the skin by suctioning it with a cannula, hose, and suction machine. Today these terms are used interchangeably because, in reality, the goal of all "liposuction" is to achieve "liposculpture".
What is the Difference Between Liposculpture and Liposuction?
The deterrents between liposuction and liposculpture is the liposuction is use to suction high volume of fat locate in the body and liposculpture is to improve the shape and sculpture the body contouring, both procedure are very effective.
What is the difference between liposuction and liposculpture?
Essentially, two words for the same thing. The importance is not the term, but the skill of the surgeon, no matter what it's called.
Liposuction verses Liposcupture
While Liposcupture is a more recent term, both refer to removal of fat. Liposcupture should mean the use of small cannulas with more attention to detail. This should always be the surgical approach to achieve the smoothest result. Unfortunately, most surgeons don't utilize this technique.
Liposuction for Slimming; Liposculpture for Contouring
Liposuction is a surgical procedure used to suction out high volumes of localized, subcutaneous fat. The objective is to achieve a slimmer, more toned body profile. On the other hand, Liposculpture is a more refined type of liposuction. A very fine cannula (suction device) is used to achieve precise contouring and a high level of muscle definition. Liposculpture is the procedure of choice for those seeking the buff, sculpted appearance of someone who works out regularly.
Note: Liposculpture is used to address fat deposits; however, if your “saddlebags” show the dimples of cellulite, I would recommend other procedures that are specifically designed for cellulite removal, such as Carboxy Therapy and Z-Wave Therapy.
Liposuction and liposculpture refer to body contouring. I use very fine cannulas to achieve precise results that are most satisfactory. Procedure is performed comfortably using mild sedation tumescent anesthesia and very small incisions with no sutures.
There is no difference in the procedure between liposuction and liposculpture. Depending on how it is being used, it is either descriptive or pure marketing.