Male Liposuction


The male liposuction procedure targets fatty deposits in the chest and abdomen. It is a surgical procedure that uses a thin tube called a cannula to remove fat from targeted areas. A small incision is made in the abdomen and a surgeon inserts the cannula through this incision. The procedure takes about an hour and is highly successful in reducing fat deposits. Surgical techniques vary.

While male liposuction can be performed on both men and women, the procedures used to achieve these results are completely different. Male liposuction aims to reduce stubborn fat deposits, leaving a flat, firmer abdomen. This surgery uses tiny tubes called cannulas to break up and melt fat deposits. Once melted, the fat is suctioned from the body, leaving a tiny tunnel. The skin also shrinks to create a slimmer profile.

Male liposuction uses the latest laser technology and radio frequency technology to remove stubborn fat and tighten skin. The procedure can be performed on the abdomen and chest and can also be combined with other procedures to achieve the desired results. This cosmetic surgery can also be combined with a surgical procedure to contour the abdomen. However, male liposuction isn’t for everyone. A doctor must perform the procedure for you.

Recovery time

Post-liposuction care involves avoiding alcohol, smoking, and herbal supplements for at least 3 days. During recovery, you will need to eat healthy foods and drink plenty of water. You should avoid eating or drinking anything that is salty as this will make the swelling worse. Drink eight glasses of water daily. Do not drink too much sugary drinks, either. The compression garment will help with this.

A male liposuction recovery time varies based on the amount of body fat removed. Recovery is typically less than three days, although some patients may require two or more days off from work. The surgery is typically painless but patients are instructed to wear compression garments for a few weeks afterward. These will help reduce the swelling and promote good cosmetic results. They are usually able to resume light physical activity two to four days after the procedure.
Surgical technique

A surgical technique for male liposuction targets unwanted fat deposits and breaks them down, leaving a smooth, smoother appearance. Men who want to improve their appearance may also suffer from low self-esteem due to localized areas of fat. Liposuction can remove these fat deposits and enhance a man’s body image. Although liposuction is not a replacement for traditional weight loss, it does improve a man’s overall appearance and confidence.

During the procedure, a small incision is made under the skin in the area to be treated. A tumescent fluid is then injected into the area. This fat is then vacuumed away through a suction tube. A vacuum pump or large syringe provides suction action to draw the fat from the body. For larger areas, multiple skin punctures may be necessary. A surgical technique for male liposuction is performed under local anesthesia.


More men are seeking plastic surgery for cosmetic reasons, and male liposuction is an excellent way to eliminate stubborn fat and improve contour. These results can even be camouflaged to make you appear more masculine. Longwood Plastic Surgery performs male liposuction on a regular basis, and patients report minimal downtime and improved confidence following the procedure. If you’re considering this type of surgery, contact us today for a consultation.

Dr. Steinbrech is an experienced cosmetic surgeon who specializes in male liposuction. The surgeon performs both traditional liposuction and Vaser liposuction. He understands that every male patient has unique needs and desires, and he customizes each procedure to fit the body of each individual patient. To make the most out of your liposuction, schedule a consultation with a board-certified plastic surgeon in New York City.

Cannula size

The ideal cannula size for male liposugection depends on the patient’s size and aesthetic goals. If a man is looking to improve the size of his chest or abdomen, a 16-gauge microcannula may be an excellent choice. This size is perfect for areas with excess fibrous tissue, as it can penetrate fibrous septa with minimum force and create multiple fenestrations through the fibrous partitions. Because of its sensitivity, it can also be used in sensitive and painful areas.

When selecting a cannula, it is important to choose one that is small enough to avoid traumatizing the access site. This is because the hub of the cannula can pound or rub the skin, causing significant contour irregularities. Smaller cannulas, also known as microcannulas, are more flexible and allow for better tip control. The smaller the cannula, the smaller the fat removal.