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This pretty slim 19-year-old Australian student who weighs 50 kg, had whole body liposuction, which includes her arms, abdomen, thighs and calves, by a plastic surgeon in Melbourne 1 year ago, spending more than AUD 30,000! She is unhappy with the result as she thinks that much of the fat is still left behind and she cannot see any difference at all after her surgeries. She eventually comes to Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie for revision liposuction. Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie does a thorough analysis on her post-liposuction body in the following videos and explains why she does not see any difference 1 year after liposuction. She is left with big, ugly incision scars, instead! This is because the previous surgeon performed liposuction only on selected areas on her arms, abdomen and thighs, not 3-dimensional liposuction like what Dr Arthur Tjandra of Elixir de Vie does routinely for his patients. Only through 3-dimensional liposuction can one expect to have good results.
She has produced a blog to document her liposuction journey in Medan: Liposuction in Medan.
Video 1: Result of arms liposuction in Melbourne.
Video 2: Result of abdominal liposuction in Melbourne.
Video 3: Result of thighs liposuction in Melbourne.
Video 4: Granny buttocks and thunder thighs after liposuction.
For more Liposuction Case Studies, please visit our website: http://elixirdevie.sg/liposuctioncasestudies.html
More liposuction before and after surgery photos can be see here: http://elixirdevie.sg/liposuction%20before%20and%20after.html
Combination of liposuction and autologous fat grafting to breasts or/and buttocks can be seen here: http://elixirdevie.sg/autologousfattransferforbreastaugmentation.html
A list of our patients’ blogs: http://www.elixirdevie.sg/blog.html