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5 Liposuction Clinics in Spain

Clinica Granado Tiagonce - Plastic Surgery Clinic

We have special  cosmetology treatments  that can be done in a single session of one dayAll our international patients must stay at Spain for a week

Carretera de Humera 63, Chalet 4, Pozuelo de Alarcon, Madrid, 28223, Spain

I HAD A TUMMYTUCK WITH A BREAST REDUCTION three months ago The final result is so good, and the experience unbeatable. All the team, specially the international team were all the time taking care of me and my family Thank you so much¡¡¡¡¡¡
TRESSY OCONELL | Tuesday, January 16, 2018
CQM Hospital Privat de Mataró (Barcelona)

Meeting international standardsCentre Quirurgic Maresme is one of the clinics in Spain that boast of infrastructure and facilities meeting international standards, delivering world class private healthcare since 2004.

13 Lepanto Street, Mataro, Barcelona, 08301, Spain

Royal Aesthetic Clinic

Welcome and thank you for taking an interest in Royal Aesthetic. We are a clinic offering the latest and most effective technology to fit your needs. At Royal Aesthetic we understand the need to look as good as you feel.

Calle Joaquin Rodrigo 3, Alicante, Spain

Clinica Germanias

Gran via Germanias 39-4, Valencia, 46006, Spain

What is Liposuction?

Liposuction is a popular aesthetic surgery which removes excess fat from your body using suction. This allows the surgeon to reshape regions of your body, usually the areas which aren't affected by diet or physical activity. The removal of fat by liposuction is done by inserting tiny blunt tubes through tiny cuts in the skin where fat is suctioned out of the targetted fat deposits.

Liposuction Treatment Duration

Depending on the type, size and place of the treated area, liposuction can last anywhere from 3 to 7 hours.

How long is Liposuction Recovery Time?

After a liposuction procedure the first 3 days will be the hardest, but you can expect bruising, pain and swelling for at least a couple of weeks.  Most patients that have had liposuction return to normal daily activities after 2 weeks. During the first 3 weeks the swelling and bruising will lesson and you'll be able get a relative idea of your new shape.  Most of the swelling and bruising will be gone within 2 to 3 months, but complete recovery could take up to a year.

What are Liposuction Risks?

Liposuction is usually safe, but the risk increaes if you have more than one area treated or if a very large area is done.

  • Scarring.
  • Blood clots.
  • Infection.
  • Excessive blood loss.
  • Excessive fluid loss.
  • Puncture or damage to organs.
  • Death is very rare, but can occur.

Liposuction Statistics

Liposuction by Age

    • 13 to 19 years: 2%
    • 20 to 29 years: 17%
    • 30 to 39 years: 36%
    • 40 years and over: 45%

    Liposuction by Gender

    • Women: 89%
    • Men: 11%

    About Spain

    Spain is famous for its sunny weather and Spanish food and is the second largest country in the EU with a population of over 46 million, it is located in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula. The majority of the population speaks spanish which is the second most spoken language in the world.

    Healthcare in Spain

    The Spanish healthcare system is ranked among the best in the world and consists of both private and public healthcare. As Spain is a part of the EU and an EEA country, holiday makers and visitors from another EU state can make use of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC).  The EHIC card can be used for necessary treatments as advised by your doctor but does not give you access to private healthcare and cannot be used if you come to spain to give birth or have ongoing treatment.

    The Transport System in Spain

    The network of bus and train services in Spain are among the best in Europe and also has a well developed network of railways, roads, rapid transit, air routes and ports which makes it a very easy to get to your destination. The Cities in Spain all have bus networks and are reasonably priced. Spain has the AVE(Alta Velocidad Española), a high speed rail transport system which is the longest HSR network in Europe and second in the world.

    Airports in Spain

    Spanish air traffic is routed through several international and regional airports, the most popular airports in Spain are:

    1. Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport in Madrid.
    2. Barcelona-El Prat airport in Barcelona.
    3. Palma De Mallorca airport in Palma De Mallorca.
    4. Málaga-Costa Del Sol airport in Málaga.
    5. Alicante-Elche airport in Alicante.
    6. Gran Canaria airport in Gran Canaria.
    7. Tenerife South airport in Tenerife.
    8. Ibiza airport in Ibiza.
    9. Lanzarote airport in Lanzarote.
    10. Valencia airport in Valencia.
    11. Fuerteventura airport in Fuerteventura.
    12. Sevilla airport in Sevilla.
    13. Bilbao airport in Bilbao.
    14. Tenerife North airport in Tenerife.
    15. Menorca airport in Menorca.

    The information above is purely to help guide the patient and should not be considered as medical advice on the part of Any treatment or healthcare option should be done upon proper consultation and advice by a qualified physician.