Liposuction Reno NV Prices And Pictures

Liposuction in Reno is a plastic surgery that surgically affects certain areas of the body in order to change the nature of fat deposits and remove excess fatty tissue.

Immediately, we draw your attention to the fact that liposuction is not a treatment for obesity, as well as coding is not a means of treating alcoholism: the operation only removes excess fat and corrects the body shape, but does not affect the pathogenesis of the disease in any way.

With liposuction, you can achieve a strong visual effect, which is difficult to achieve by other methods of weight loss: the effect of plastic surgery will be more pronounced and significant.

Indications for liposuction in Reno

Invasive Lipo By Dr. Phillip Dahan, Reno Plastic Surgeon

Most often, indications is purely aesthetic. For help to a plastic surgeon, women who want to remove excess fat on their hips (the so-called “riding breeches”), abdomen, waist, buttocks, hands and other parts of the body usually address.

Men usually want to remove fat from the chest, neck, back, abdomen, waist and buttocks. It is very important that at the time of surgery your skin does not lose elasticity and natural elasticity, so liposuction is indicated to patients at young and mature age and is not recommended for older people.

Your weight should be medium or slightly above average, and your health – satisfactory.

At the time of surgery, there should be no acute illness, all tests should be normal. And most importantly, resort to surgery is recommended only if you have fat deposits that can not be removed even with diet and exercise.

Liposuction Recovery With Dr. Charles Virden, Reno Plastic Surgeon

Contraindications for liposuction:

  • Diabetes
  • Chronic diseases of internal organs
  • Diseases of the circulatory system

LIPOSUCTION: AFTER OPERATION

The operation lasts from 30 minutes to several hours – depending on the complexity of the case – under local or general anesthesia.

Liposuction is fraught with some complications, about which the plastic surgeon warns the patient before making a decision about the need for surgery. It is very important to wear the bandage exactly as prescribed by the doctor, because otherwise there is a risk of scarring, especially if the skin is not elastic enough.

In the first time after surgery, any physical activity is contraindicated. In rare cases, numbness of some parts of the body occurs.

Extremely dangerous postoperative subcutaneous infections, so after the operation should be strictly observed and follow all prescribed by the doctor’s recommendations and perform all the necessary manipulations.

Many Different Techniques Are Available With Liposuction

Contraindications to liposuction in Reno

A number of warnings and prohibitions on liposuction can be divided into two parts: temporary contraindications and categorical. It should also be mentioned that the number of contraindications is significantly lower for non-surgical liposuction, or procedures designed to remove fat and cellulite by cosmetic methods.

Temporary contraindications, as it is displayed in the name itself, can be neutralized with the passage of time by appropriate treatment or simply wait for the necessary period until favorable conditions for the operative correction of the body shape come about.

As a rule, temporary interdictions can include a recently transferred operation in the place where there is a need to remove the fatty layer. Also if there is an exacerbation of dermatitis in the zones determined for the plastic surgery. Plus, it is contraindicated to do liposuction with exacerbation of chronic diseases or during acute colds and infectious diseases.

Thigh Liposuction Before & After By Dr. Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Plastic Surgeon

If you have even minimal doubts about your health, we strongly recommend that you conduct a comprehensive examination and discuss with your doctor the possibility of liposuction. The list of contraindications, which carry a categorical nature of the prohibition on the operation, begins with a marked violation of blood circulation in the zone of the proposed operation of liposuction in Reno.

Also, surgical correction of the body shape is not indicated, when the patient has blood diseases that affect its clotting. When the operation removes the fat layer, destruction of tissues with small blood vessels occurs, which can lead to serious blood loss, if you ignore the fact of the presence of this disease.

Plastic surgery is not performed when the patient has heart disease and pathology of other internal organs, as this can lead to severe consequences due to the use of anesthesia during the removal of fatty deposits. Here, contraindications include postponed myocardial infarction and stroke.

Will Liposuction Leave A Scar

If there are violations of the body contours that have no connection with adipose tissue deposits, the liposuction can not, in this case, change anything. And an important contraindication to surgical liposuction is diabetes, especially in the phase when there are serious impairments of immunity. In this case, there is a direct threat of the formation of purulent complications in the tissues after surgical removal of fat.

Well, and perhaps the most common contraindication that occurs in young people is obesity of the whole body, which is caused by the incorrect work of the endocrine glands.

Liposuction in this case does not remove the cause of fat accumulation in the tissues, therefore, in such circumstances, we strongly recommend that you contact a good endocrinologist. If desired, after consultation with our plastic surgeon, in the presence of certain contraindications, you can seek help from specialists of our clinic – a nutritionist and endocrinologist.

Liposuction Does Not Typically Leave A Scar Because The Incisions Are Very Small

To get a more detailed consultation about the impact of your health status on the possibility and nuances of an operation to remove adipose tissue, you can always contact the specialists of our plastic surgery clinic.

Despite the high safety of operations by our professionals, you should most fully know about your own health and do not hide before the surgeon the information that can postpone the possibility of liposuction, for a time or forever. Your life and health is more important than an ideal buttocks or abdomen.

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Price of surgery in 2009:

  • $4,500 – Reno – 2009;

The prices for procedure in 2011:

  • $1,500 – Charles Virden, MD – Reno, NV – 2011;
  • $6,000 – Charles Virden, MD – Reno, nv – 2011;
  • $6,100 – Tiffany McCormack, MD – Reno, NV – 2011;

Cost for procedure of liposuction on average is $4530 US dollars in 2011 in Reno
Doctor fee for cosmetic liposuction in 2013:

  • $3,000 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS – Reno, NV – 2013;

The realself prices for surgical liposuction in 2014:

  • $2,000 – LaDawn Talbott, MD – Reno, NV – 2014;

Doctor fee in 2016:

  • $5,000 – LaDawn Talbott, MD – Nevada, NV (Reno, NV) – 2016;
  • $6,800 – Talbott MD Plastic Surgery – Reno, NV – 2016;
  • $7,200 – Dr Tiffany McCormack – Reno, NV – 2016;
  • $7,500 – Talbott MD Plastic Surgery – Reno, NV – 2016;

The pricing for operation in 2017:

  • $3,000 – Dr. Charles Virden – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $3,400 – Dr. Wesley Walker Hall – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $5,500 – Dr Scott W. Wrye – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $5,700 – Dr Timothy Janiga – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $7,800 – Dr C. Gregory Jellinek – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $8,000 – Dr. Scott W. Wrye – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $9,200 – Doctor Wesley Walker Hall – Reno, NV – 2017;
  • $9,200 – Dr Charles Virden – Reno, NV – 2017;

*These prices are taken from reviews of patients from realself.com website

Before And After Photos Of Liposuction Performed By Reno Plastic Surgeons


Treatment cost in 2018:

  1. $4,200 – Scott W. Wrye, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr., Ste. A, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  2. Belly Fat Suction With Dr. Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon

  3. $4,500 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2018;
  4. $4,700 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  5. $5,000 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2018;
  6. $5,100 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  7. $5,100 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  8. $5,300 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  9. $5,300 – Scott W. Wrye, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr., Ste. A, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  10. $5,400 – Phillip Dahan, MD, CM, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10755 Double R Boulevard, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  11. $5,500 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2018;
  12. $5,600 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2018;
  13. $5,900 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  14. $6,100 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2018;
  15. $6,300 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2018;
  16. 52 Year Old Woman Treated With Liposuction Before By Dr. Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Plastic Surgeon

  17. $6,300 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2018;
  18. $6,500 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2018;
  19. $6,500 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  20. $6,600 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  21. $6,800 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2018;
  22. $6,800 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  23. $6,900 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  24. $7,000 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2018;
  25. $7,200 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  26. $7,400 – Louis Bonaldi, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 6630 S McCarran Blvd, B-20, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  27. $7,600 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2018;
  28. $7,800 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2018;

Pricing of procedure of liposuction in 2019:

  • $4,300 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2019;
  • $4,300 – Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10791 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $4,500 – Louis Bonaldi, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 6630 S McCarran Blvd, B-20, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $4,700 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2019;
  • $4,800 – Phillip Dahan, MD, CM, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10755 Double R Boulevard, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $4,800 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,000 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,300 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2019;
  • $5,400 – Scott W. Wrye, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr., Ste. A, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,600 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,700 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,700 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $5,800 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $6,100 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2019;
  • $6,300 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $6,300 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $6,300 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2019;
  • $7,200 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2019;
  • $7,300 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2019;
  • $7,400 – Scott W. Wrye, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr., Ste. A, Reno, Nevada – 2019;
  • $7,900 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2019;

Cheap liposuction realself cost in 2020:

  • $4,200 – Wesley Walker Hall, Jr., MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr, Ste A, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $4,400 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2020;
  • $4,400 – Louis Bonaldi, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 6630 S McCarran Blvd, B-20, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $4,500 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2020;
  • $4,500 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $4,800 – Wesley Walker Hall, Jr., MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr, Ste A, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $5,000 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $5,000 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $5,100 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $5,200 – Joseph L. Kiener Plastic Surgery – Reno – 2020;
  • $5,700 – LaDawn Talbott, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 601 Ralston St, 200, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $6,100 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2020;
  • $6,100 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2020;
  • $6,400 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $6,600 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $7,000 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2020;
  • $7,000 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $7,100 – Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10791 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $7,300 – James E. Murphy, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10401 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2020;
  • $7,900 – Charles Virden, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 960 Caughlin Crossing North, Suite 100, Reno, Nevada – 2020;

Liposculpture suction prices in 2021:

  • $4,400 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2021;
  • $4,400 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $4,600 – Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10791 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $4,800 – Timothy A. Janiga, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 500 Damonte Ranch Pkwy., Ste. 703, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $5,500 – Wesley Walker Hall, Jr., MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr, Ste A, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $5,800 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2021;
  • $5,900 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2021;
  • $5,900 – Louis Bonaldi, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 6630 S McCarran Blvd, B-20, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $6,300 – Phillip Dahan, MD, CM, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10755 Double R Boulevard, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $6,500 – Joseph L. Kiener, MD, FACS, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 530 Hammill Lane, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $6,500 – Tiffany McCormack, MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 10791 Double R Blvd., Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $6,600 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2021;
  • $6,600 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2021;
  • $6,900 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2021;
  • $7,000 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Medical Spa – Northwest Reno – Reno – 2021;
  • $7,300 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2021;
  • $7,300 – Wesley Walker Hall, Jr., MD, Reno Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 635 Sierra Rose Dr, Ste A, Reno, Nevada – 2021;
  • $7,900 – Hall and Wrye Plastic Surgeons and Hair Restoration – Reno – 2021;
  • $8,000 – C. Gregory Jellinek, MD, Los Gatos Board Certified Plastic Surgeon – 15251 National Ave, Suite 207 , Los Gatos, California – 2021;