How Invasive and Risk is Hourglass Surgery?

19th Nov 2018

The hourglass surgery is a cosmetic procedure that I have developed to help women achieve the hourglass figure. The hourglass figure is one of the most popular body shapes among women today and features a smaller hip-to-waist ratio. In other words, the crucial elements of the hourglass body include wider hips and a smaller waist.
Unfortunately, I have seen that majority of women have smaller hips. As a result, they look less feminine and aesthetically unwelcoming. The goal of my surgery is to widen the hips, besides reducing the waist. The procedure is invasive and entails many risks like all other surgeries; however, it is relatively less invasive and risky than most other plastic surgery procedures.
While operating, I make sure the patient gets shorter incisions on the fat donor sites. I will inject excess body fat in your hips with special needles, which means you will not get any scars. It is one of the plus points of the surgery that you achieve the most revered body without any scarring whatsoever.
To make you understand how invasive and risky hourglass surgery is, let me explain how the procedure is performed.
To deliver a beautiful body shape, I will first make tiny incisions on the fat donor sites, such as your abdomen, sides, and love handles. The size of the incisions will be small and used for removing the donor fat. After making the incision, I will perform liposuction in the area. During this process, I will collect the fat and purify it at the same time.
In the next step, I will carefully inject the fat in your hips. In this step, I will not make any incisions. Instead, I will use a needle to graft the fat in the required areas. Your body will then vascularize the fat cells, and the results will gradually appear over the next few weeks or months.
In my practice, I have found that the hourglass surgery entails some general surgery risks and some risks specific to the procedure. To reduce the risks, I use special techniques during fat extraction, fat processing, and fat grafting. The risks include infection, bleeding, seroma, hematoma, abnormal scarring, and failure of the desired results to evolve. If you want to know more about the risks and invasive nature of the surgery, you can book a consultation with me where I will explain the procedure and the risks in detail.

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