Bumpy, uneven skin after Smart Lipo - is it normal? (Photo)
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Bumps & Lumps--What's Normal After Smart Lipo: add Venus Legacy, Cellutone
It is still too early for your final results and this can still be swelling, which can last up to 6 months. I do recommend adding RF treatments externally like venus legacy, exilis ultra, Vanquish, shock/vibration therapy like Cellutone/z wave, hyperbaric oxygen and compression in order to decrease swelling and improve results. It looks like you were more of a liposuction with skin removal candidate and you should see a revision specialist. Best, Dr. Emer
Uneven skin 6 weeks after smart lipo
Go for massages frequently, wear your compression garment around the clock and consider using a small insert pad over the lower abdomen. Those are the common steps to minimize wrinkled skin. At 6 weeks, healing is far from over.
Thank you for your question.
It's early in your recovery. The swelling and bumpiness will subside with time. Massaging can help to expedite this. Follow your surgeons instructions and contact him or her with any concerns. Best wishes
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At 6 weeks it is much too early to make judgments about results. You still have some swelling and your skin is still retracting. Share your concerns with your surgeon, but you may want to consider lymphatic massage or ultrasound treatments to hasten your progress.
Give it more time and massage the area
it will most likely improve. you will keep getting better for 6 months after Smartlipo.
massage the area a few minutes several times per day should also help with the uneveness.
david berman md
Bumpy and Uneven after SmartLipo®
Thank you for your pictures. I am sorry that you are worried. Please give this time. I agree that massage is helpful. Re-evaluate your results at 6 months if there are still concerns please seek evaluation from a board certified plastic surgeon
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