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Liposuction in Philadelphia, PA

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See us for liposuction in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Maple Shade, New Jersey, Bala Cynwyd , Pennsylvania, and the surrounding areas. The Falcone Center for Functional, Cosmetic and Integrative Medicine offers liposuction to residents interested in cosmetic surgery.

This page features before and after* images of liposuction patients at The Falcone Center.


Arms



Male Chest



Face and Chin



Female Abdomen



Female Back



Male Abdomen


Male Back


Thighs


Liposuction can be used on a number of areas on the body to remove areas of excess fat on the thighs, buttocks, abdomen, and even the face to help you look and feel younger.

If you interested in improving yourself through liposuction, The Falcone Center can create a liposuction treatment program that will help you achieve your individual goal and help you not only look better, but feel better as well.

As the director of The Falcone Center for Functional, Cosmetic and Integrative Medicine, Dr. Victoria Falcone’s vision is to bring her patients the most advanced cosmetic treatments and techniques to help maintain and restore a more youthful appearance. Board certified with a decade’s worth of experience in Cosmetic Medicine and licensed to practice medicine by both the Pennsylvania and New Jersey State Medical Boards, she has specialty training in Laser and Aesthetic Medicine, Functional and Integrative Medicine, Liposuction Surgery, Family Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Medical Weight Loss, Neuromuscular Medicine, Nutrigenomics, Music Therapy and Cranial Osteopathy. Please call today to schedule your free initial consultation!

Scheduling and Cancellation Policy

A $1500 deposit is required at the time of scheduling your liposuction procedure. You have 48 hours after making the deposit to cancel the appointment and receive a full refund. After 48 hours, there are no refunds of the deposit but surgery appointments can be moved to another date as long as you are more than 2 weeks prior to the surgery.

*Every patient is unique and individual experiences will vary regarding downtime and results.