Syringe liposculpture: A two-year experience

  title={Syringe liposculpture: A two-year experience},
  author={Luiz S{\'e}rgio Toledo},
  journal={Aesthetic Plastic Surgery},
  • L. Toledo
  • Published 2005
  • Medicine
  • Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Syringe liposcupture is a method that combines two relatively new techniques of plastic surgery: syringe liposuction and fat grafting. We can reshape the face and the body by removing localized fat deposits and reinjecting this fat where needed. When we do not reinject, we call the technique reduction liposculpture. In 1989 we introduced a new technique—superficial syringe liposculpture—to treat patients with flaccid skin, superficial irregularities or depressions, “cellulite”, and liposuction… 
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