LiftingLiquid with aqueous irrigation to reduce the signs of aging

LiftingLiquid is a facelift technique led by Dr. Richard Fakin, a specialist in Plastic, Aesthetic and Reconstructive Surgery and one of the few surgeons in Spain to incorporate fat transfer in facelifts. It is a 3-in-1 procedure that includes skin tightening, fat transfer and deep peeling. It also includes water irrigation to separate the fat from the skin in a less invasive way.

Based on a vision of cosmetic surgery that takes into account individually all aspects, present and future, of each patient, ultramodern techniques such as water irrigations arise in interventions that require fat transfer (liposuction or breast and buttocks surgeries).

What is LiftingLiquid?

The treatment consists of introducing, with a cannula and subcutaneously, an aqueous irrigation in the layers of fat to be eliminated. In this way it is slightly detached and more diluted, facilitating its aspiration and causing a minimal impact on the rest of the tissues.

It is a less invasive technique than the traditional one, minimizing the effects on the blood and lymphatic vessels, and avoiding the swelling characteristic of these interventions, considerably reducing hematomas. In addition, as there is minimal swelling during the procedure, the surgeon can have a clearer and more realistic view of the result being obtained.

It is in fat transfer where the technique of water irrigation becomes more important, since it is used to extract unwanted fat from other parts of the body, which will be stored in syringes and quickly introduced into the face, to fill and regain the firmness that has been lost.

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In addition, it is a treatment that is performed under sedation, without intubation, and the patient can be discharged the same day.

LiftingLiquid® Results

The result of LiftingLiquid is a simple and safe procedure, with a quick and painless recovery. The patient will look much younger without sacrificing naturalness, since the fat extracted with this method has a higher concentration of stem cells.