What are the differences between liposuction and liposculpture?
There are certain limits that define the two aesthetic surgeries that, although they look similar, have different goals.
Each is carried out for a specific purpose, depending on the needs of the people who will carry out this intervention.
The most important difference between a liposuction and liposculpture is the use of the removed fat.
Both techniques consist of aspirating fat through suction cannulas, but in the case of liposuction, that fat is completely discarded, while in the case of liposculpture, part of that fat is reused to shape the body of those who undergo surgery.
A good candidate for this type of surgery needs to have a body weight close to the ideal according to his age, size, and sex and to have accumulations of fat resistance to exercises and diets.
But be careful! Neither surgery is performed to treat obesity, as they can pose serious risks without providing aesthetic results.