The procedure surgically removes stubborn fat deposits in localised areas, resulting in a contoured and slimmer body. During the procedure, a small puncture is made in the skin. The fat is loosened by various methods and surgically remove using a cannula. After the procedure, the treated area becomes more sculpted in appearance.

  • Abdominal Liposuction

    Abdominal obesity occurs when an excessive amount of fat tissue in the body is accumulated in the upper or lower abdomen. It is a common problem for both men and women and can be corrected through liposuction.

    While satisfactory results can be obtained through liposuction – removing excessive amounts of subcutaneous fat – it is recommended that one undergo abdominoplasty if one’s abdominal muscles weaken, especially if accompanied by excessive skin drooping.

  • Thigh Liposuction

    The thigh – a common area where fat accumulates easily. It causes the area to look unappealing and is typically resistant to effects of exercise and diet. Liposuction is effective for problematic areas that are resistant to weight-loss measures.

  • Buttock Liposuction

    Fat accumulates in the outer creases between the buttocks and thighs will become noticeable when the buttocks droop. Thus, the procedure corrects the outer sections of each. During the procedure, it is essential to note that the centre of the buttocks will not be made too flat for it to augment drooping buttocks into a curvy contour.

    In some instances, fat can also accumulate in a small part of the upper buttocks (between the lower waist and buttocks). Additionally, the buttocks’ shape can be corrected, and curved along the waist and buttocks’ (side view) can be changed into more appealing via the procedure.

  • Waist Liposuction

    Fat accumulation occurs in both men and women. For men, fat accumulation at the waist often occurs at the sides, commonly known as, love handles. For women, it usually occurs at the upper buttocks, the area right above the pelvic bones. These problems can be corrected through liposuction, often combined abdominal liposuction. The procedure will dramatically reduce waist circumference.

  • Back Liposuction

    Excessive fat accumulated on the back creates an unappealing crease on the mid-back or below the armpit. The creases are often visible even when a person wears body-fitting clothes, and back liposuction can correct it.

  • Arm Liposuction

    Fat accumulated in the arms often occurs in the areas between the elbow and armpit. This problem typically cannot be corrected by diet or exercise. Those affected by this condition, especially women, may face low self-esteem when wearing sleeveless clothes. Hence, the procedure is recommended as it corrects the arm contours allowing it to look visually appealing.

  • Facial Liposuction

    As one grows older, fat is often accumulated in the lower face and neck connecting with the chin line. This often results in a pouch-shaped fat accumulation around the lower face, chin, and neckline, commonly known as double chin. During facial liposuction, face lines can be improved by removing surplus fat around the affected areas and reattaches skin in the spaces where fat has been removed.

  • Calf Liposuction

    Patients who are susceptible to lower-body obesity, where excessive amounts of fat accumulate in the calves can opt for calf liposuction. The procedure will remove excess fat in the calves and ankles through liposuction, resulting in an attractive ankle line.

  • Breast Or Chest Liposuction

    Gynaecomastia is the term used when men have chests with excessive amounts of fat, similar to those of women. If a man suffers from gynaecomastia, a suitable correction effect can be obtained through the surgery. Similarly, suppose a woman has overly large breasts. In that case, it can be reduced to a more feminine shape through breast liposuction and mammoplasty reduction.

Fat Grafting

Excess fat is usually extracted from an abdominal region or from the thigh under the hip for a leaner person. After washing and purifying the extracted fats, it is carefully re-implanted into the areas that require augmentation. The surgery changes the contour of the body and can be accomplished for a fuller or shapely figure. Swelling or bruising may take up to three weeks to subside.


The process of Fat grafting usually involves extracting fat from one part of the body. Excess fat is usually extracted from an abdominal region, or from the thigh under the hip for a lean person. After washing and purifying the extracted fats it is then carefully re-implanted into the areas that require the augmentation. Changes to the contour of the body can be accomplished for a fuller or shapely figure. Any swelling or bruising should completely subside in 2 to 3 weeks.


Depending on one’s body frame, different amounts of fat are required. As such, patients will undergo a pre-surgery consultation with the doctor in order to assess one’s build, height and expectations before undergoing a comprehensive treatment plan.

In about six months, patients will be able to view a more feminine silhouette.

  • 4 weeks after surgery:
    injected cells take their place, which in turn gives the person an appealing contour.
  • 2 months:
    as the swelling subsides, some volume (20-30%) is correspondingly reduced.
  • 2-6 months:
    the functions of grafted cells are temporarily suppressed, causing an uncertain reduction of volume.
  • After 6 months:
    eventually, grafted fat tissues settle down completely and become semi-permanent.
  • It is recommended to shower before arriving for the procedure.
  • Wearing jewellery or accessories is not recommended just before surgery. If possible, undergarments in contact with areas undergoing fat extraction should not be worn.
  • It is important to fully disclose one’s medical history to the specialists, especially those involving high blood pressure, diabetes, medication containing steroids or traditional medicines.

Scar Revision

Trauma or any type of surgery often leaves scars on the skin. The surgery helps to remove unwanted scar, once they are formed, they can be thinned through several treatments however, it is impossible to remove them completely.

The results after a scar revision will affect the depth, length, orientation, position of the scar and its physical constitutions. Whether the damaged region is infected or treated appropriately after injuries may also have considerable effects.


             Acne Scars


Keloid Scars


Burn Scars


      Stretch Marks

The result after the scar revision is affected by the depth, length, orientation, position of the scar as well as its physical constitutions. Whether the damaged region is infected and whether it is treated appropriately after injuries may also have considerable effects.

  • W-plasty

    A w-shaped incision is made on scars to scatter pulling forces on the skin and changing its shape so that scars will appear less obvious. The method is frequently used to remove scars on the forehead, temples, cheeks and chin.

  • Z-plasty

    A z-shaped incision is made on scars to relocate the surrounding tissues. This will gradually improve the condition by scattering pulling forces on the skin and changing the original shape of the scar. The method is typically used to remove scars on the front of the neck, lips, eyelids and armpits.

  • Oval Shaped Incision

    An oval-shaped incision is made on scars inclusive of surrounding tissues to remove the entire scar. The method is frequently used for small-sized scars or scars with the same texture as one’s skin. Surgical scars may be seen immediately however, it becomes invisible along with the original scar location.

  • Skin Peeling Treatment

    The treatment is commonly used to improve and smoothen the texture of a region where the scars are relatively thin and wide-spread over an area. The technique used in the treatment is to peel the scar tissue of the upper layer of the skin.

    After one’s skin regenerates after peeling, scars are improved through the reproduction of new skin by getting rid of skin texture along with scar tissue. Although laser treatment is normally used to peel scars, other machines are also applied for the removal of acne scars.

    As such, this treatment for deep scars can be counter-productive.

  • Skin Graft

    A procedure that is mostly used to remove scars that impair the body’s motor functions.

  • Using bandages for 3-4 weeks after stitch removal helps prevent formation of surgical scars.
  • Individuals with hypertrophic and keloid conditions must use a silicone sheet for 1-2 months to prevent recurrence of scarring.
  • Surgical site may appear red for 2-3 months before gradually recovering. We advise exercising patience through the recovery process.
  • One should apply UV sun block cream to the surgical site to minimise exposure to UV light for about 6 months after surgery.
  • For most effective results, the operation may be divided into two sessions. The interval between each operation may varies between 3-4 months.