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Category: Liposuction

Total Mommy Makeover Status Post Massive Weight Loss

Posted On: July 05, 2012 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient below is status post massive weight loss, over 140 pounds, was actually featured on the Dr. Oz Show with Dr. Linder after Dr. Linder’s total transformation of the patient’s breasts and abdomen. The patient had severe grade 3 ptosis, skin laxity and a massive abdominal pannus after losing 140 pounds. She, however, was […]

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Posted On: June 22, 2012 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Below you will see four examples of different color aspirate, all from Dr. Linder’s liposuction patients.  Tumescent liposuction technique is the gold standard with the American Board of Plastic Surgery.  The three components of the infiltration include Lidocaine, epinephrine and sodium chloride or lactated Ringer’s solution.  It is the epinephrine that causes constriction, reducing bruising, […]

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Total Male Makeover

Posted On: February 14, 2012 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

STATUS POST MASSIVE WEIGHT LOSS The patient to the left presents with massive weight loss, weighing over 340 pounds, having had a laparoscopic banding procedure (gastric bypass surgery), lost over 140 pounds, now weighs 200 pounds even. He has massive amounts of skin from the chest area extending to the lateral breast and extending down […]

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Male Liposculpture Procedure

Posted On: December 02, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Male Liposuction The example to the left is a patient with significant lipodystrophy adiposity of the iliac crest rolls, the belt area, extending to the periumbilical and lower abdomen.  This patient is not an excellent candidate, but rather a good candidate for liposuction, as he does have significant intraperitoneal fat including omentum and mesentery.  However, […]

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Performing Tumescent Technique Liposuction

Posted On: November 30, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

REDUCING THE GYNOID APPEARANCE MICRO LIPOSUCTION The above patient is a young 22-year-old female presenting with gynoid appearance, significant iliac crest roll hip fat as well as anteromedial, posterolateral and infragluteal fold fat.  The patient is an excellent candidate for tumescent liposuction using micro liposuction techniques with infiltration of tumescent fluid.  The patient underwent the […]

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Combined Muffin Top and Banana Roll Liposculpturing

Posted On: October 28, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

The patient to the left presents with a gynoid appearance with severe lipodystrophy of the iliac crest rolls.  She has a disproportionate amount of fat on the hip area.  She also has significant banana rolls which extend under the infragluteal fold out to the lateral thigh saddlebags.  This patient underwent tumescent liposculpture technique in a bidirectional fashion […]

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Micro Liposulpture of Beverly Hills

Posted On: October 26, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients who present for revision liposculpture may require the use of very small cannulas.  The example below is a patient who underwent four liposuctions in Toronto, Canada as well as in Britain.  Unfortunately, she was left with some contour deformity of the periumbilical abdominal area which will be very difficult to correct without the use […]

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Posted On: October 19, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Liposculpture requires finesse, experience and judgment.  Removing just the amount of fat is not always as easy as it may seem.  Apparently, some patients do present with over-liposuctioning which can occur from either inadequate judgment or patients, as in this case, having been operated under IV sedation without an anesthesiologist in which she was in […]

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Posted On: October 06, 2011 Author: Dr. Stuart Linder

Patients present weekly to us for liposculpture of the lower third of their bodies associated with gynoid or pear-shaped appearance.  Although their upper and middle third may have a nice trim appearance and be quite sleek in character, the lower third can also be disproportionately large, leading the patient to be greatly distressed.  Women often […]

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