Liposuction ankles & knees with short compression stocking time?

Are there any kinds of Liposuction that you can get on your ankles and knees that do not need compression stockings for a long period of time?

Doctor Answers 5

Liposuction on ankles and knees

This these are not areas that respond well to liposuction.An alternative option is radiofrequency with thermismooth body which shrinks fat and thightens skin. Thermi also cnaxbecinsertedcin thecskin for ax ore dramatic effect.


Long Island Dermatologic Surgeon
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Compression is required

First liposuction of the ankles is very rare.  You need to make sure you are talking to a real Plastic Surgeon.  You will need compression on the areas suctioned, end of story.

Fat on knees and ankles

There is now a small adaptor with Coolsculpting for these areas.  Please consult an expert for the best cosmetic results.  Coolsculpting is much less invasive than liposuction.  Best, Dr. Green

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Don't worry about compression stockings! Worry about getting the best doc to do your calves and ankles.

Calves and ankles are very unique in its approach for liposuction since very few ol us can do them. You need the small micro cannulas and tum. local so I can stand you up several times during the procedure to fine tune the areas for best results. Compression hose is needed day and night for 2 weeks and during the day for another 6 weeks. You can of coarse skip days occasionally.

David Hansen, MD
Beverly Hills Dermatologic Surgeon
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Its very important

With any type of liposuction to any area it is very important to wear compression garments this helps with healing and with shaping of the area. 

Elliot M. Heller, MD
New York Facial Plastic Surgeon
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