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Liposuction with and without Lipovisor™: the differences

Lipovisor™ and the obsolescence of traditional liposuction methods


Let's see the main differences between traditional liposuction and liposuction performed with Lipovisor™ and learn how Lipovisor™ can guarantee a perfect re-shaping of the patient’s body.


differences between traditional liposuction and liposuction performed with Lipovisor™

HD LIPOSUCTION:
MARKING THE AREAS SUBJECT TO ASPIRATION

WITHOUT LIPOVISOR™

After marking the areas to be aspirated on the patient’s body, the surgeon will take a series of photos (front, side and rear), usually on a black cloth background, to highlight the contours of the silhouette. Body defects will be better identified with this technique. It is very important to compare the photos taken before and after surgery where the surgeon has made mistake, by leaving depressions, sagging, hollows and asymmetries of various kinds.

  1. This technique of photographing the patient on a black cloth background allows the surgeon to better highlight the contours of the silhouette to reshape.

  2. Observing the photo below, at sight, it appears clear the mistake made by the surgeon who marked the areas to be re-shaped while working in the operating room, without having taken any reference. This is why the right side is marked higher than the left side.

Marking the areas to be aspirated without Lipovisor™



WITH LIPOVISOR™

With Lipovisor™ the surgeon has thus exactly determined fat thickness and has a clear view of the areas that will be treated. With this system, the surgeon decides where to remove the fat to best reshape the patient's body silhouette. The areas subject to aspiration are therefore defined with the greatest precision in order to perform liposculpture.

Which is the correct method of measuring the areas subject to aspiration?

Tape measure and write the essential measures to mark the areas to be aspirated on the patient’s body (such as buttocks, knees, thighs, inner thighs, stomach, etc.). Take several references (from the ground, underwear, navel, buttocks centre, thigh centre) and then mark the contour of the area with the utmost precision.

The objective is to obtain as many reference points possible in order to identify the areas of intervention in a precise manner and with utmost symmetry, thus avoiding the problem that resulted in the example above.

IMPORTANT

A substantial difference by using Lipovisor™: the surgeon may also decide to take photos against a black cloth background, but in order to continue the surgical intervention, he must scan the entire body of the patient in order to obtain scientific measurements, highlighting all the morphological characteristics with the utmost accuracy.

This 3-dimensional scan with pinpoint accuracy is processed by Lipovisor™ and used by the plastic surgeon in the operating room during surgery.

measuring the areas subject to aspiration
measuring the areas subject to aspiration during HD liposuction
HD liposuction: Marking the areas to be aspirated with Lipovisor™
Marking the areas to be aspirated during surgery
Lipovisor for High Definition Liposuction

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