Women from Winnipeg and all across M.B. choose Maples Surgical Centre because of board-certified surgeons Dr. Manfred Ziesmann, Dr. Jennifer Giuffre, and Dr. Edward Buchel. Our team of plastic surgeons has years of training and experience safely and successfully performing liposuction procedures.
It’s not uncommon for fat deposits to collect in individuals who are otherwise fit and healthy. Localized deposits of fat often run in the family and are most commonly seen in the stomach, flanks, “love handles”, hips, thighs, knees, “double chin” and neck. Modern liposuction surgery offers a safe and dependable method of removing localized fat that doesn’t respond to dieting and exercise.
Choose Maples Surgical Centre with Confidence
Liposuction procedures have been successfully performed at our state of the art facility by our team of renowned plastic surgeons for over a decade. Our pre and postoperative care is exceptional, and combined with our patient centered philosophy will provide you with a positive and rewarding experience. We will help you regain your confidence and achieve the look you desire.
About the Procedure
The procedure is done as a day surgery in our Surgical Centre. Your plastic surgeon will make tiny incisions near the area where the excess fat will be removed. The incisions will be discretely placed in the natural folds and contours of your body to make them less visible. Your surgeon will insert a thin vacuum tube through the incision, into the deep fat layer. The tube is moved back and forth breaking up the fat and suctioning it out of the body.
The procedure commonly takes only one to two hours to complete. However, the length of time required may vary depending on the target area and amount of excess fat being removed.
Your New Look
You will see noticeable improvement in your body shape within ten days. Final results will appear within three to six months. You will find that your body shape will be slimmer and shapelier, resulting in increased confidence and self-esteem.
When you are ready, continue the conversation with us by requesting a consultation with one of our board-certified surgeons. During your consultation, your surgeon and patient care adviser will discuss:
- Your medical history
- Incision techniques
- Potential risks and complications