New Zealand Liposuction Cost And Photos

Liposuction in New Zealand is the elimination of fat deposits of different locations (abdomen, buttocks, thighs, arms and other areas), using surgical techniques.

Liposuction is local (one zone) and a larger one (several zones), sometimes reaching generalized.

The latter is used extremely rarely because of the danger of massive blood loss, shock and development of DIC syndrome, a higher risk of postoperative complications and a long period of rehabilitation.

As already noted, it is more often local liposuction, usually this operation “passes” successfully, the patient quickly returns to normal life, although all patients are recommended to follow a certain diet.

The success of the operation will depend on the condition of the body, the amount of potential fatty tissue to remove, the hands of the doctor, the experience of the anesthesiologist and the will of the case.

3D Abdomen Liposuction

Why do women choose liposuction? Because, it’s fast and convenient, you just need to study the reviews about the minuses and pluses of liposuction, to spend time searching for the clinic and surgeon.

But choosing such a trivial routine operation as “liposuction”, decide whether or not you really need it. In this we can understand, knowing the mechanisms of the emergence and regulation of lipid metabolism and the deposition of adipose tissue.

The most common areas of liposuction are:

  1. zone of liposuction – abdomen, thighs
  2. liposuction zone – arms (inner surface)
  3. chin area
  4. buttocks area
  5. knee area
  6. the lumbar region, the upper half of the back.

Back in the 19th century, doctors were closely involved in the mechanisms and causes of excess weight.

Dr John Masters, New Zealand Plastic Surgeon Liposuction Love Handles And Abdomen

There was a close correlation of fat deposition with tumors of the pituitary gland, while being combined with various impairments and a decrease in the function of the sexual glands (hypogonadism). Also, an amazing brain structure was discovered – the “hypothalamus”, whose various parts, namely its nucleus, provoked anomalous obesity or, conversely, exhaustion when damaged.

After this, the era of studying neuroendocrine control of energy storage, the role of numerous substances and hormones in this process began.

And the fact that our brain, if it works in its normal normal regime, has been identified and confirmed by numerous studies always and everywhere is striving to maintain the proper level of fat mass!

An experiment was conducted in mice. During which it was found out that in norm those mice, who were forcibly fattened – refused food, their body quickly got rid of excess energy, increasing energy costs, restoring and maintaining the weight at the proper level.

And in mice with damaged hypothalamus there was no such reaction, their weight remained extremely dangerous high.

Therefore, knowing this, it was proved that lipoectomy (removal of adipose tissue), in our case, liposuction, leads to the following effects:

Laser Liposuction In New Zealand

  • increased appetite
  • energy consumption
  • All this is necessary to restore the body weight and fat mass at the “proper level”.

What you need to know about liposuction and diet:

Note that the patient who has undergone liposuction at least once will have it repeatedly and repeatedly, for the above reasons.

That is, liposuction is a rapid decrease in body weight, but not a long-term one, and as a result, it is discarded money. Why?

  1. 1. “If the doctor removes not all, but part of the fat deposits will save.” Adipocytes have a tendency to increase in size (hypertrophy) or increase in quantity (hyperplasia), so the abandoned tissue will quickly return to the same size and weight in the same place.
  2. 2. “The surgeon has cleansed everything!”

Another phenomenon that I observed in a number of patients is the accumulation of body weight of another localization. For example, liposuction of the abdomen was carried out, the fat mass began to be deposited in the thighs, like “ears of an elephant” or in the area of the arns and chest. That is, in places of liposuction, diligent doctors “removed” the entire tissue, formed, grow in size adipocytes can not, but weight should be recruited because of the structures of weight stabilization. Such patients usually refer to the doctor repeatedly for liposuction, but already in another place.

Liposuction In Dunedin New Zealand

So, two problems were revealed:

Problem 1: Weight returns.
Problem 2: It is not always where you want it.

Ideally, we want to get rid of fatty tissue and forever. Is it really possible that this is normal?

Maybe.

If you still decided on liposuction (surgical method), be sure to plan a number of activities:

  1. Do not rely on advertising, “pathos doctors, raspiarennye clinics, centers.” Study the reviews.
  2. Assess your health status. It is usually done by the doctors themselves at the primary consultation of the patient. To do this, blood tests are taken, ultrasound examinations are conducted and risks are evaluated.
  3. Visit an experienced endocrinologist, who is engaged in the treatment of lipid metabolism disorders. It is such a specialist who will give an accurate and correct assessment of the state of the endocrine system. Do not neglect the dietician.
  4. Liposuction On Thighs With Dr Adam Greenbaum, New Zealand Plastic Surgeon

  5. After the surgery, be ready for lifestyle changes, the presence in your life of a certain amount of physical activity and long-term therapy with a diet that must be started already in the first days after the liposuction. Diet after liposuction is absolutely necessary: include more vegetables, greens, berries, croup and fish in your diet. After hemorrhage to fill your body with iron and calcium. Do not give up iron-containing drugs and vitamin-mineral complexes.

Price list in 2013:

  1. $8,100 – Dr Ron Goedeke – New Zealand, NZ – 2013;
  2. $4,800 – Doctor Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2013;

The realself prices for lipo in 2014:

  1. $7,000 – Dr Ron Goedeke – New Zealand, NZ – 2014;
  2. $4,300 – Doctor Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2014;
  3. $5,500 – Doctor John Masters – New Zealand, NZ – 2014;
  4. $5,900 – Dr. John Masters – New Zealand, NZ – 2014;
  5. $7,900 – Dr Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2014;
  6. Vaser Liposuction In New Zealand Before And After

Realself prices for surgery in 2015:

  • $10,000 – Skinny Love – Wellington, NZ – 2015;
  • $8,500 – Dr Stephen Mills – New Zealand, NZ – 2015;
  • $2,600 – Doctor John Masters – New Zealand, NZ – 2015;
  • $3,600 – Dr. Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2015;

The pricing for lipoplasty in 2016:

  • $7,000 – Dr Ron Goedeke – New Zealand, NZ – 2016;
  • $3,100 – Doctor Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2016;

Cost of procedure in 2017:

  1. $2,500 – Doctor John Masters – New Zealand, NZ – 2017;
  2. $3,700 – Dr. Adam Greenbaum – New Zealand, NZ – 2017;

Before and after photos Of lipo Performed By New Zealand Plastic Surgeons

Realself pricing of treatment in 2018:
  • $4,700 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2018;
  • $5,100 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2018;
  • $5,200 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2018;
  • $5,400 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2018;
  • $6,500 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2018;
  • $6,500 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2018;
  • $7,100 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2018;
  • $7,300 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2018;
  • $7,300 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2018;

Realself pricing for procedure in 2019:

  • $4,100 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2019;
  • $4,900 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2019;
  • $4,900 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2019;
  • $5,600 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2019;
  • $5,700 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2019;
  • $6,200 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2019;
  • $6,800 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2019;
  • $7,400 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2019;
  • $7,600 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2019;
  • $7,700 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2019;
  • $7,800 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2019;

Price of procedure in 2020:

  • $4,100 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2020;
  • $4,800 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2020;
  • $5,000 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2020;
  • $5,200 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2020;
  • $6,200 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2020;
  • $6,700 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2020;
  • $6,800 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2020;

How much does treatment cost in 2021:

  • $4,000 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2021;
  • $4,500 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2021;
  • $4,600 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $4,700 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $4,800 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $5,200 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2021;
  • $5,200 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $5,300 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $5,600 – Adam Greenbaum, MD, Pukekohe Plastic Surgeon – 10 West St., Pukekohe, – 2021;
  • $6,300 – Chris Porter, MD, Christchurch Plastic Surgeon – 867 Colombo St., Christchurch, – 2021;
  • $7,000 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2021;
  • $7,600 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2021;
  • $7,800 – John Masters, MBChB, FRACS, Wellington Plastic Surgeon – 202 Thorndon Quay, Level 2, Wellington, – 2021;