Liposuction should always be performed with the patient’s unique anatomy and individual goals in mind. Dr. Partington brings his medical and technical expertise together along with his artistic skills to create a shape as beautiful and unique as the patient.
What is Liposuction?
- Upper arms
- Breast or male breast
- Abdomen and waist
- Hips and buttocks
- Inner and outer thighs
- Calves, ankles, and knees
- The goals that you hold for your body and its shape
- If you hold a realistic expectation of what liposuction can do for your body
- What liposculpture will not do for your body such as shrinking the skin or reducing the appearance of cellulite and stretch marks?
Surgeries are performed in our state-of-the-art, accredited surgical facility in our Kirkland clinic. All surgeries in our clinic are considered ‘outpatient surgeries’. We avoid general anesthesia, preferring to give ‘twilight sleep’ and leaving the patient with the ability to breathe on their own. Dr. Partington will carefully follow the surgical plan he has set forth with you, using the safest technique to get you through your surgery comfortably.
Are you put to sleep for liposuction?
Does fat come back after lipo?
Can I get liposuction if I am overweight?
Does liposuction get rid of cellulite?
Can visceral fat be removed?
Post-operative pain varies with each patient and recovery is usually 7 to 10 days for most. Some patients are able to return to work within a few days, while others prefer to take more time off. Your estimated time to take off of work will be given to you on the day of your consultation depending on the areas we are treating. There are scars associated with liposuction and patients scar in different ways. For most patients, scars start out red and eventually fade into inconspicuous little circles that can be hidden underneath everyday garments like underwear and bras. The vast majority of patients feel that the eventually faded scars are a worthwhile trade-off for the improvement in their body shape and self-image.