Hip Liposuction Denver
The hips that launched a thousand ships. Clothes designers will tell you the drape of a dress is best when the hips have curves.
Hip liposuction can effectively eliminate the stubborn fat deposits found in the hips of both men and women.
Denver’s nationally-renowned surgeons, have performed more than 20,000 liposuction procedures. Outer thigh, inner thigh, and liposuction of the hips require highly trained surgeons to give you the curves and results that look natural.
Of course, making the decision to reshape your body is not always an easy one, and you probably have several questions to put your mind at ease. That’s why we’ve put together everything you need to know about hip liposuction, from the results you can expect and recovery time, to clear pricing answers.
So, if you’re wondering whether hip liposuction is right for you, let us help…
What is hip liposuction?
Hips liposuction is a gentle procedure that can precisely target and remove localized fat deposits to contour your figure.
Since this type of fat often simply doesn’t always respond well to exercise and diet, liposuction is a proven and safe method to get the shapely curves you want.
How does hip liposuction work?
The first step in a liposuction procedure is to make a few tiny incisions. These small, fast-healing incisions are all you need to get genuinely excellent results. Next, a small cannula (powered straw) is inserted, and a vacuum is used to suction out the fat deposits.
It’s also important to note that at Denver, we do not use general anesthesia due to its increased dangers. Instead, we employ the Awake Lipo method, where you are kept entirely comfortable using only local anesthesia and mild sedation.
Who is going to perform my Liposuction procedure in Denver, Colorado?
Dr. John A. Millard is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery. He has specialized in Breast, Body and Extremity Cosmetic Surgery. Since 2004 Dr. Millard has been teaching physicians the latest advanced techniques in liposuction, liposculpture and fat grafting. His was the first surgeon to perform the VASER Hi Def in the United States.
Dr. Todd A. Zuhlke is double board-certified in plastic and reconstructive surgery by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and in general surgery by the American Board of Surgery. Dr. Zuhlke specializes in plastic and reconstructive surgery, specifically liposuction, while also including aesthetic surgery and microsurgery.
Who is the suitable candidate for hip liposuction?
You’re a perfect candidate for hip and buttock liposuction to reshape and define your curves if you meet the following criteria:
- You’re in good health
- You’re at or close to your ideal weight
- Your skin has good elasticity to help it bounce back after liposuction
- You have realistic expectations of the results you can expect to see when removing unwanted fat
What happens on the day of your surgery?
You have come in having organized a lift to take you home.
You will be meeting with your surgeon to review your pre-op tests, discuss the procedure, and answer any last-minute questions you may have.
The cosmetic surgeon might draw on your body the areas on which he will perform lipo
Tumescent liposuction does not require general anesthesia, which allows you to talk to your surgeon during the whole procedure.
You receive a mild oral sedative to make you relax.
The surgeon injects a saline solution of lidocaine as the local anesthetic, sodium bicarbonate, and epinephrine to minimize bleeding through small incisions. The area becomes completely numb within minutes.
The doctor will then use a cannula (sort of a powered straw) to access the fat deposits:
If you choose to have a fat transfer to other areas like the popular Brazilian butt lift, the fat cells will be extracted, cleaned, and immediately reinjected to increase their survival chance.
If you do not avail yourself of a fat transfer, the cannula is equipped with a laser fiber that will liquefy the fat. The fatty tissue will be sucked out. The body will expel the remaining dead tissue over time. The surgeon can utilize the SmartLipo Triplex laser during the surgery so he can achieve superior skin tightening. The body will create new collagen, and the skin will tighten a few weeks after the surgery.
As part of the surgery, the doctor may choose to perform body contouring, so the results look natural without bumps. These liposuction techniques are different for men and women. Men may go for six-pack abdominal muscles, and women prefer rounder and fitting curves. Body Sculpting is an art form.
After your surgery, you will receive a follow-up appointment and contact info.
Make sure you have a ride home.
A few days later, you will have a post-op check-up to see your progress.
Results You Can Expect from Hip Liposuction
- Accentuate the curve of your hips
- Improve your stride
- Liposuction will not remove cellulite
- Combined with Love handles liposuction, you can expect to have more of an hourglass figure
In fact, this gentle cosmetic surgery procedure gives you the smoothest, slimmest contour possible.
Hip Liposuction Plus Skin Tightening with J-Plasma
Some patients are concerned about loose or sagging skin following their tumescent liposuction procedure or have problems with lack of elasticity. You may want to consider adding skin Tightening with J-Plasma to your procedure.
J-Plasma uses radio-frequency (RF) waveform technology combined with helium gas to tighten the skin, enhance elasticity, and compensate for laxity and loose skin. Together, hip liposuction with Skin Tightening can genuinely sculpt your figure and make you look slimmer.
Recycle the Fat!
Have you heard of fat transfer procedures? Many patients can use their healthy fat cells and have them reinjected in other parts of their bodies. Fat Transfer Breast augmentation can give you a lifted bust and really lovely cleavage. The ever-popular BBL, Brazilian Butt Lift, is in high demand these days. The fat removed from your hip can be injected high up in your buttocks to give your backside a gorgeous Heart or bubble shape butt. Ask your doctor if you are a candidate for such a procedure.
How Much Does Hip Liposuction Cost?
At Denver, a woman of average size (5’2″ and 135 lbs.) can expect the cost of hip liposuction starts at $2.500. This can fluctuate 10 – 15% up or down depending on your size and the amount of fat to be removed.
And, the price you’re quoted is always all-inclusive, with no hidden fees. It covers:
- Pre-op labs
- Facility Fee
- All operative anesthesia and medicine fees while at our clinic for your procedure
- The Procedure Itself
- Your Compression Garment
- All follow-up visits
Here at Denver, even your initial consultation is always complimentary. That’s because we believe there should never be a cost to exploring your options and becoming comfortable with our plan for your procedure.
Can I Get Financing for Hip Liposuction?
At Denver, we don’t want you to have to wait to get the slimmer hips and buttocks and shapelier curves you’ve been dreaming of. But we also know that sometimes there can be challenges in affording the liposuction you want to reshape your body.
We have partnered with several reputable finance companies. At Denver, patients are often surprised by the ease in securing financing with low monthly payments.
Recovery Following Hip Liposuction
There is minimal downtime required following hip liposuction, with most of our patients able to return to normal activities the following day. However, we recommend that you plan to take up to three days off from work or school (including the day of surgery) for time to heal.
Shapely Hips are yours for the taking
If you’re ready to reshape your body, schedule your complimentary Denver consultation by calling 720-575-2111. Your new body is waiting.