Liposculpture, a term that actually refers to liposuction, consists in suctioning the excess fat located in areas that are resistant to weight loss and responsible for an unsightly figure. This surgical intervention modifies the silhouette but does cause weight loss.

Woman showing her cellulite


Removal of fat from the thighs, hips, abdomen, back or chin.

The surgical intervention

  • Incisions hidden in the natural folds.
  • Suctioning of excess fat by using micro-cannulas.
  • Support girdle to be worn day and night for 4 to 6 weeks.

Swelling (oedema) with bruising, some pain and numbness are usually observed after the operation. 

Patients then benefit from a lasting change in their silhouette. In order to be fully satisfied, a period of 3 to 6 months is necessary for the tissues to regain their suppleness and for the scars to fade.

Quitting smoking at least 2 months before the operation is mandatory in order to prevent predictable complications. Your surgeon will also review your general health with you in detail in order to minimise the risks of the surgical intervention as much as possible.