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Employing the

Latest Techniques

in Liposuction

We are committed to providing you with the highest standard when it comes to Liposuction and Cosmetic Procedures.  

Laser Liposuction

      It's never too late to have the body that you've always dreamt of. Family Care introduces Beautifill, the latest in the technology of Laser Liposuction. This procedure is done in-office under local anesthesia with the patient wide awake or minimal sedation.

      Our aesthetics clinic provides Tumescent Liposuction, the most effective form of liposuction where our patients usually see a noticeable difference right after the procedure is performed. Patients usually notice minimal bruising and fast recovery because it is after all local anesthesia. 

     Driven by passion for beauty, Dr. Maria Nina Concepcion strives to help any patient looking to improve their figure and feel great once again. She  will always review your medical history and find out what kind of results you are seeking before advising you more on what you need with the utmost care during a FREE consultation.

     Get FIRST-CLASS care with providers that will treat you like family!

What does Tumescent Liposuction mean?

     Tumescent Liposuction is a technique that injects large volumes of diluted local anesthesia into the fat beneath the skin. During the process, we will carefully inject these large volumes of fluid solutions to cause the targeted area to be swollen and firm making the liposuction procedure a complete breeze. 

Will I get a lot of bruises after the operation?

     Yes, there will be bruises, but only minor bruises. Tumescent Liposuction is known to cause a much lesser amount of bruises on patients when compared to other liposuction methods that use general anesthesia during the procedure.  Beauty is about enhancing what you already have.  Tumescent Liposuction is a great way to enhance and bring out the beauty that you already have. A little bit of trimming down on unwanted fat at the right spot can make a world of difference in how you look.



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