Liposuction for Men
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia


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Liposuction has historically been a cosmetic surgery domain reserved for women. In the past, lipo for men was very rare, but this has changed significantly in recent years, and now the popularity of liposuction for men has noticeably increased. This could be the result of a number of different factors, including increased client awareness about the possibility of lipo for men, and the increased safety of modern liposuction procedures.

Contemporary men are increasingly keenly interested in achieving a fitter, leaner looking physique, which is probably the major factor in the rising popularity of men’s liposuction. But how do you know if male lipo is right for you? And how exactly does it all work, anyway?


The procedures associated with male liposuction are fundamentally the same as those techniques used in female lipo. The key difference is that men typically seek very different results to women.

Where women tend to want liposuction results that include straighter, toned legs, and a narrow waist and tight abdominal region, men frequently seek liposuction to reduce fat for increased muscular definition of their pectoral (or chest) muscles, lats (back muscles), or to reveal six-pack, washboard abs.

Liposuction for men

Men often seek liposuction around the abdomen and chest to achieve more visible musculature.


At Chelsea Cosmetics, we recommend Vaser or Pal as the best liposuction surgery for men. These liposuction techniques allow our technicians to remove large amounts of fat and reveal the muscle beneath. As a result, this technology allows us to sculpt the area and showcase the muscle definition hiding beneath the fat layer.

Men’s liposuction

Figure 1: Before and after abdominal liposuction to tone and reveal a tighter physique.

Minimally-invasive procedures

Able to target and eliminate large amounts of fat
Reveals muscle definition
Only a single session needed to see results
Minimal recovery time, allowing you to get back to enjoying your life quicker

Frequent Target Areas of Liposuction for Men

Our experienced team has found that liposuction surgery for men typically focuses on a few main areas that male patients want to sculpt and enhance. Like women, one of the most common and popular target areas is men’s abdominal liposuction. A crucial difference, however, between women and men’s abdominal liposuction is that men tend to have significantly better skin retraction post-surgery. This means that the results of liposuction for men tend to be good.

The second most common male liposuction procedure is to address the medical condition, Gynaecomastia, more commonly referred to as ‘man boobs’. If you suffer from this condition and would like to know more, we cover information regarding gynaecomastia here. Men’s chin liposuction is typically the third most common type of liposuction for men and is becoming increasingly popular. Men striving to achieve the very attractive aesthetic of a ‘strong chin’ find that men’s chin liposuction can help them achieve the necessary chin projection and sharper jaw definition they’re looking for.

A thorough, professional assessment by the surgeon is required before pursuing chin liposuction, as the structures of the jaw play a significant role in the surgery’s success. While most men get good results from chin liposuction, individuals with an overbite and/or a small chin may have unsatisfactory results.

“Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from another appropriately qualified health practitioner.”


Your first step to getting started is to call our friendly staff and book in your one-on-one consultation with our cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Mark Attalla.

During your consultation, we’ll cover your medical history in detail and conduct a thorough physical examination. Afterwards, Dr. Attalla will advise you whether this procedure is suitable for you, discuss realistic expectations for the outcome of the procedure, discuss the procedure in detail, and suggest other alternatives that may apply.

We encourage you to ask as many questions as you’d like during the consultation! We want you to have a comprehensive understanding of the procedure to help set your mind at ease that you’ve made the right choice. Dr. Attalla will also discuss possible side effects and the procedure costs.

Before you leave the clinic our friendly staff will give you a folder that contains a hard copy containing further information about the procedure and a referral for a blood test that you can use should you decide to go ahead with the procedure.


  • Upper Abdomen
  • Lower Abdomen
  • Flanks
  • Chest or ‘man boobs’ (Gynecomastia)
  • Face and Neck
  • Chin


Your surgeon will provide individual advice about recovery time following your procedure; however, expect to 1-4 weeks of downtime depending on the time of liposuction you undergo. Using a compression garment as recommended by your doctor after the procedure will aid with recovery and reduce pain.


Tumescent anaesthesia is a large volume of diluted local anaesthesia. It has the advantage of numbing the liposuction area while simultaneously shrinking blood vessels. This minimises the discomfort during the surgery and any chance of bleeding during or after the surgery.


Patients possessing unrealistic expectations of the possible outcomes.

Patients who have undergone crash dieting prior to the treatment.

Morbid obesity (mega non-surgical liposuction controversial due to higher risk of mortality from fluid shifts)

Known allergy to the medications used during the surgery.

Patients who have a history of bad scarring or keloids.


Minor & Common Complications: Negligible complications do not pose a threat to the patient’s life or affect their bodily functions or interfere with their work ability.
Trivial complications: Cover Temporary bruising, Seroma, allergic reactions to drugs, irregularities of the skin or unevenness and hematomas.
Less common side effects: Include necrotizing fasciitis, infection and local Anaesthesia risks


Your ability to return to exercising will be discussed with you after your procedure and will depend on your individual healing and the type of liposuction undergone. Patients should not expect to return to exercise before two weeks of recovery.



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