Liposculpture is a technique that meets the needs of both the male and female gender. The male body contour has some characteristic features that can be achieved with vibramatic liposculpture and lipotransference.
The fat distribution in the body of a man and a woman has clear differences, the man has a more conical torax and a straighter hip, for this reason when a very feminine fat distribution occurs in the trans man body, we perform a vibramatic liposculpture, which is a liposculpture assisted by a special apparatus to transfer fat from the hip, which is where it is generally accumulated, to the abdominal contour.
By means of this technique we will make a decrease in the perimeter of the hip making it straighter and when necessary that fat will be transferred to other areas such as the lateral part of the abdomen by lipotransference, in this case it will allow us to conserve up to 80% of the fat transferred in the injected site.
This lipotransference in the contour of the abdomen is not essential to obtain a good male morphology. Some patients do not want to do it because it adds some fat to the abdominal perimeter which from the aesthetic point of view can be uncomfortable. It is only done when the size of the hip and buttock prevents us from leaving a completely flat hip and the person we are treating wants a more masculine body perimeter.
Type of anesthesia
Type of surgery
3.800 / 4.500 €
Surgical procedure and hospital admission
Blood analysis evaluation
It is a liposculpture assisted by a special apparatus that, by means of a vibration, allows us to work with greater security since it is the machine that searches for spaces where there is fat.
In classical liposculpture, it is the surgeon's hand that creates spaces that do not exist in a traumatic way, which causes greater trauma to the tissues, greater bleeding and a slower postoperative period.
This machine allows us to work more safely avoiding undue entry into the abdominal and thoracic cavities. It also achieves a greater regularization of the body contour and therefore a faster recovery.
Finally, it allows us to re-inject into the necessary body's areas, the fat extracted and deposited in a sterile canister.
Vibramatic-assisted liposculpture is a much safer technique than conventional liposculpture, and it also allows a greater percentage of the amount of fat to be transferred to be preserved. On the other hand, it allows a more regular, more homogeneous result and a faster recovery.
Some patients reject the transfer of fat to the abdomen for aesthetic reasons, however in people who have a very curved hip and cannot be left flat by liposculpture, this transfer may be necessary to achieve a completely masculine body contour.
In the post-operative period, the patient must wear a compression girdle both on the hip and on the abdomen, and the inflammation can remain up to a month later after the liposculpture. The final result can be seen after a year or a year and a half after surgery.