What is “Lipo 360”?

Short for “360-degree liposuction,” it is a cosmetic surgery procedure aimed at contouring the entire midsection of the body. It typically involves removing excess fat from the abdomen, waist, flanks (love handles), and back to create a more sculpted and defined appearance. The term “360” refers to the comprehensive approach, addressing fat deposits around the entire torso.

Who is a suitable candidate for Lipo 360?

A suitable candidate for Lipo 360 typically includes patients who:

1. Have stubborn fat deposits around the abdomen, waist, flanks (love handles), and back that are resistant to diet and exercise.
2. Are in good overall health and do not have medical conditions that could increase the risks associated with surgery.
3. Are at, or near their ideal body weight but have localized areas of fat that they wish to address.
4. Have good skin elasticity, as liposuction removes fat but does not significantly tighten loose skin.

What are some complementary procedures to the Lipo 360 Procedure?

There are several complementary procedures that can be performed with Lipo 360 to achieve desired results.

1. Brazilian Butt Lift (BBL): This procedure involves using the patient’s own fat harvested via liposuction to augment and reshape the buttocks, enhancing their size, shape, and contour.

2. Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty): While Lipo 360 targets fat removal and contouring, a tummy tuck aims to address excess skin and tighten abdominal muscles. This is a particularly useful procedure for patients with significant skin laxity or muscle separation after pregnancy, and weight loss.

3. Underarm, and Arm Liposuction: This procedure targets fat deposits in the upper arms, and the area below the arm pit on the chest wall.

4. Thigh Liposuction: Liposuction of the inner, and outer upper thighs can address excess fat pockets, helping to improve thigh contours, and reduce rubbing or chafing.

5. Chest Liposuction: Also known as Gynecomastia Surgery, this procedure targets excess fat, and tissue in the male chest area, helping to achieve a more masculine chest contour.

These variations are tailored to meet the specific needs, and goals of each individual patient.

What is the Cost of Lipo 360?

The cost of Lipo 360 can vary widely between individuals, depending on several factors. These include the specific techniques used, the extent of the procedure, the experience of the surgeon, and any additional fees such as facility fees, anesthesia fees, and post-operative garments.

On average, the cost of Lipo 360 in the United States can range from $5,000 to $15,000, depending on your goals. During your consultation, you’ll receive a personalized quote that considers your specific needs and objectives.

Lipo 360

Lipo 360 for the contouring of the abdomen, flanks, and back.