Liposuction (Liposculpture)

Treatment duration
Anesthesia type
Hospital stay
Depending on the extent and regions, it takes 1-2.5 hours
Local anesthesia or twilight sedation (possibly general anesthesia)
Outpatient treatment

There are stubborn and annoying fat deposits that cannot be fought even with strict diets, physical activity, and cellulite treatments. Often, these are genetic or family predispositions. They affect the outward appearance and aesthetic proportions in both women and men.


Micro-cannulas (with a diameter between 2-3 mm) are inserted into the precisely defined area through mini skin incisions, and the excess fat cells are suctioned out in uniform movements using negative pressure, after being liquefied by injecting a special solution. Sculpting the suctioned regions is crucial for the final result. The treated body parts remain permanently slim, as the removed fat cells are not replaced by new fat tissue.


Typical areas for liposuction in women include: saddlebags, hips, thighs, knees, abdomen, calves, ankles, upper arms, and chin area.
In men, characteristic areas include: abdomen, waist, chest, and chin region.


Depending on the extent of fat accumulation and the patient's preference, liposuction can be performed under local anesthesia (smaller areas), twilight sedation (analgesic sedation), or general anesthesia after the special solution for liquefying fat cells has been injected (larger areas).
Tumescent anesthesia (local anesthesia with a large volume of fluid) is a very elegant technique used in liposuction. For larger suction volumes, the patient should be carefully monitored postoperatively.

Hospital stay

Usually outpatient.

After the procedure

Wearing compression garments for 4-6 weeks.
Avoiding sports for approximately 2 weeks.
No sun exposure, tanning beds, or sauna for 3 months (risk of dark spots).


Exact costs can only be determined after a comprehensive consultation and thorough examination. They are precisely defined with the patient and calculated based on the regions.