Liposuction is a procedure which resculpts the body, removing collections of fatty tissue and smoothing out lumpy pockets of fat. Historically, liposuction is used to de-bulk a stubborn area of fat that is not eliminated solely by healthy diet and exercise. Only a certain amount of fat cells can safely be removed from the body, which varies among patients. Many areas of the body can be re-sculpted with liposuction including the hips, buttocks, abdomen, love handles, back, knees, legs, neck and under the chin (submental liposuction).

At ICLS we offer the most advanced technologies and innovative surgical solutions of any stand-alone facility in Canada, giving our doctors an exceptional advantage in achieving your desired result. Everyone has a unique anatomy so treatment must be tailored to fit each patient. Our surgeons take a 360-degree approach in creating an overall shaping to your silhouette, using VASER-assisted liposuction for removing larger areas of fat and contouring. When combined with our exclusive Scarless Skin Tightening with radio frequency, which stimulates collagen growth, the results are an overall rejuvenated, tightened and toned appearance to the skin.

Fat Transfer is a common procedure used in body contouring to restore volume loss, and can be done alongside liposuction. It transfers fat from areas such as thighs, buttocks and abdomen into areas to restore volume in face, breast or buttocks. Liposuction is an increasingly popular plastic surgery procedure, but there are a lot of options to choose from when it comes to effective fat reduction.

Our Specialists

Dr. Julie Khanna

As one of Canada’s leading cosmetic plastic surgeons, Dr. Julie Khanna looks beyond the surgical procedure to the patient as a whole, from inner self to outer beauty.

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Dr. Maryam Zamani

Aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Maryam Zamani offers a wide variety of surgical and non-surgical treatment options to address all areas of the body.

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Aftercare and Recovery

During recovery the patient is required to wear a girdle type garment, which aids in healing and keeps the area compressed during this process. The garment is worn for 4-6 weeks, during this time the patient should not engage in any strenuous activities for example, exercise, lifting, pushing, etc.