6 Pack Abs / Hi-Definition Liposuction

What Is 6 Pack Abs / Hi-Definition Liposuction?

6 Pack Abs surgery or Hi-Definition Liposuction is a procedure which uses your natural abdominal muscle contours to carve out 6-pack washboard abs. 

Dr Rajat Gupta creates such washboard abs in a completely safe and scar-free way by using a combination of liposuction and fat grafting. He uses the state-of-the-art liposuction technology at RG Aesthetics along with ThermiVA technology for enhanced skin tightening and better, more natural-looking results.

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6 Pack Abs / Hi-Definition Liposuction Best Results / Before & After

This 34 year old model/ tv actor suffered from Gynecomastia. We did his gynecomastia correction using our special technique of no cut or scar on front of the chest. Along with that we also created his 6 pack abs look using Abdominal etching technique through High Definition Liposuction

Age: 34 years
Weight: 76
Height: 5'9"



We used tools like MicroAire and VASER to achieve this look

This 32 year old marketing head of an insurance firm suffered from Gynecomastia and resistant fat deposits on his abdomen. In spite of strenuous exercises he couldn’t go beyond this shape! We did his gynecomastia correction using our special technique of no cut or scar on front of the chest. Along with that we also created his 6 pack abs look using Abdominal etching technique through High Definition Liposuction

Age: 32 years
Weight: 74
Height: 6'1"



We used tools like MicroAire and VASER to achieve this look

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Why 6 Pack Abs Is Done?

6 Pack Abs procedure is done if:

  • The patient has been working out for a long time with no results
  • They feel that having abs and maintaining them is easier than getting them
  • The patient wants instant results
  • The patient has excess skin and fat on their abdomen that they want to get removed

What 6 Pack Abs Can / Can’t Do


  • Can
  • Remove excess skin and fat
  • Give your body an athletic V-shape
  • Create washboard abs
  • Make the abs as defined as the patient wants
  • Make your abdomen look toned and aesthetic
  • Can’t
  • Change the shape of your body
  • Make your abs look unnatural
  • Give you permanent abs – you need to keep working out to maintain them

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How You Should Prepare For 6 Pack Abs?

  • Consult a board certified plastic surgeon
  • The surgeon will prescribe some blood tests
  • The surgeon will prescribe medications or adjust your current medications
  • Stop smoking
  • Avoid any medication not prescribed by the surgeon, like aspirin or any anti-inflammatory drugs. They can increase bleeding during the surgery
  • Stop taking any recreational drugs, such as cocaine
  • Arrange for a driver to take you back home post the surgery or someone to stay with you in case one night admission is required

What is the Procedure of 6 Pack Abs?

Abdominal etching or more commonly known as 6 pack abs procedure uses liposuction to improve the definition of the abdominal muscles. The first surgeon identifies and outlines the patient’s abdominal muscles.

Then Anaesthesia is given and several small incisions are made within the natural contours of the belly. Through these incisions, excess fat is suctioned out using PURE techniques to give a contoured and appearance of 6 pack abs.

Recovery After 6 Pack Abs?

  • After surgery, there will be some swelling and bruise in the abdomen part.
  • You may experience pain and discomfort post-surgery but this can be managed with painkillers.
  • Most patients can resume a normal work schedule within 1 week and incorporate exercise within 3 weeks.
  • Over time, the incision lines will fade and become almost nonexistent.
  • Patients are advised to wear ‘prescribed pressure garment’ during first 4-6 weeks to keep the contours as designed during surgery.

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Risk involved in 6 Pack Abs?

Like every surgery, there are risks and potential complications of 6 pack abs. Common risks involved in 6 pack abs include, anesthesia risks, bleeding, a chance of infection, and persistent pain.

However, if performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon the complications are avoidable.

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6 Pack Abs – 2000 to 4500

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