Lipo 360 Body Contouring

Conveniently located to serve Houston & Sugar Land

Lipo 360 is a term that has become increasingly popular. 360-degree liposuction, or full-body liposuction, addresses both the front and back of the body to produce comprehensive results.

Lipo 360 in Houston involves standard liposuction in a variety of areas and is customized for each patient.

Who Are the Best Candidates for Lipo 360?

People who have extra fat deposits in several areas and healthy skin elasticity are suitable candidates for the Lipo 360 surgery. The abdomen, hips, thighs, and buttocks are the most common areas for Lipo 360. Many aspects of the midsection can be contoured during this process, including the waist, abdomen, flanks, mid back, and lower back.

Before getting Lipo 360, you should be at or close to your ideal weight for optimal results. If you have always desired a contoured and more defined body shape, Lipo 360 is a suitable procedure for you. This fat-reduction procedure uses a technique that works around your entire torso to give you the gorgeous 360-degree results you have always wanted to achieve.

What Happens During a Lipo 360 Consultation?

Prepare to discuss your surgical goals, medical issues, drug allergies, and past medical treatments or operations during your Lipo 360 consultation. Dr. Norris will also ask about any vitamins, medications, or herbal supplements you are currently taking, as well as your use of alcohol, cigarettes, and other drugs.

Dr. Norris will perform a thorough physical examination. For your own record, photographs will also be taken.

A discussion of your potential results, recovery steps, and additional procedures will take place during your Lipo 360 consultation. Your procedure will be customized, and a date will be set for the surgery.

The Lipo 360 Procedure

Anesthesia will be used to make your Lipo 360 surgery more comfortable. Dr. Norris will go over your options for anesthesia and provide recommendations based on your preferences.

After the anesthetic takes effect, small incisions will be made in the targeted regions to provide access to fatty tissues. Fat will be gently extracted using a cannula through these incisions.

Dr. Norris employs an advanced strategy to enhance your natural contours and achieve a dramatic yet natural-looking result. He will reshape and recontour the remaining body fat into a curvier silhouette in addition to eliminating the fat cells from the treated region

The incisions will be closed with multilayer sutures, skin glue, or surgical tape after liposculpturing to keep the skin closed and aid recovery.

  • What Is the Recovery Process?
    Immediately following Lipo 360 surgery, common side effects include temporary discomfort, bruising, and edema. Your general health and the amount of fat extracted will influence your recovery period; it can take anywhere from one to four weeks to return to your previous level of activity.

    Most patients can resume normal activities within a few days. Sufficient rest and relaxation can help speed up the healing process.

    Results become more apparent as swelling gradually ameliorates. You should expect to see complete results between one and three months following the Lipo 360 surgery, depending on how much fat has been eliminated.

  • How Much Does Lipo 360 Cost?
    Lipo 360 is priced based on the body areas being contoured, and you are ultimately in charge of deciding which areas you want to be treated. The surgeon’s fee, anesthesia fee, facility cost, post-surgical garments, and medical tests all affect the total cost of the procedure.

Contact Us to Learn More

If you have any questions about Lipo 360 in Houston or would like to book a consultation with Dr. Morgan Norris, please contact Norris Plastic Surgery today. Our skilled team can help you get the sculpted body you have always desired.

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