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  • Body & Limb Contoring

    Body & Limb Contoring

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Body & Limb Contoring

Our procedures

  • Liposuction
  • Liposculpture
  • Tummy tuck (Abdominoplasty)
  • Arm lift (Brachioplasty)
  • Thigh lift

Liposuction

Either in combination with another procedure or as a treatment of its own, liposuction can help reduce the overall volume of the tummy, thigh, arms or other parts of the body. At LASE Medical we offer modern liposuction techniques to help you achieve your goal. Our safety first approach and comprehensive follow-up plan ensure the highest patient satisfaction.

Liposculpture

Sometimes there are parts of the body that could do with more fullness, to fill a hollow or redefine a natural curve. What better or safer material to use than your own tissue? We can discuss and advise you on the best plan for your individual needs.

Tummy tuck (Abdominoplasty)

Excess skin on the abdomen is common after pregnancy or weight loss. Exercise can help but often something extra is needed. Pregnancy can also cause in an imbalance of the core muscles of the abdomen, which can contribute to backache. These muscles can be repositioned to help restore your core stability. We provide a reassuring, safe and professional service to address your concerns.

Arm lift (Brachioplasty)

Loose skin around the arms can result in soreness and skin problems. At LASE Medical we can offer arm lift procedures with discrete or minimal scar techniques. We always ensure you make informed, unhurried decisions to facilitate high patient satisfaction.

Thigh lift

Loose skin around the upper or lower thigh can rub and cause skin problems. Perhaps you are unhappy with the contour or shape of your thighs. We can help through a range of procedures that can address these concerns. Contact us to learn more.

I have had Botox before but treatment with Lisa was completely different. She was very professional and her injections didn't hurt.
A patient of Mrs Ali-Khan