Fully customized spot lipo with natural-looking results


    An estimated 225,000 people had liposuction in 2015 (American Society of Plastic Surgeons)

    During a liposuction procedure, we break down excess fat deposits in your body and remove them through a vacuum suction device. Liposuction is sometimes also referred to as lipo, lipoplasty, and is often confused with lipectomy.

    What types of patients are best suited for liposuction?

    Liposuction is best-suited for patients who have stubborn fat deposits in specific, localized areas that are resistant to diet and exercise. Our office specializes in performing lipo on your stomach and waist, hips and thighs. Liposuction is used predominantly for cosmetic body contouring and has little effect on weight, the appearance of cellulite, or sagging skin. There are other procedures more suited to those conditions.

  • Q&A with Dr. Matt Bindewald

    "What is the difference between liposuction and lipectomy?"

    Liposuction is a fat removal procedure wherein we use suction device to remove focused spots of stubborn fat tissue. Lipectomy is a surgical fat removal procedure typically used for broader regions of fat. During lipectomy surgery, no ultrasound-assisted suction device is used.

  • Dr. Bindewald's patients are overwhelmingly satisfied with liposuction

    91% of patients self-reporting on Realself.com say that liposuction was definitely "worth it".

    Do you have a stubborn area of fat that just won't go away no matter how hard you work out or how much weight you lose? Sometimes the surgical removal of stubborn fat is the only way to get rid of it. Liposuction is a great option for patients who have a focused fat deposit. Liposuction has lower downtime and fewer risks than many other surgical fat removal options, and patients are highly satisfied with the results.

  • How much does liposuction cost?

    The average cost of liposuction in the United States is $2,971, according to the most recent data available from the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (2014). This typically excludes the cost of anesthesia and operating room fees.


    Most of our patients find that they spend less than the national average for liposuction with Dr. Bindewald. Why is this? There are three main factors that add cost to your surgery: the complexity of your specific surgery, geographic location, and operating room facility fees.

  • Contact Us Today

    Are you considering liposuction or spot lipo? Dr. Matt Bindewald has extensive experience with liposuction and is known for his attention to detail when planning the techniques and tools he will use during surgery to achieve the perfect aesthetic outcome for each patient given their unique needs. He does not perform lipo on the face or neck. It's important to see a surgeon who specializes in the procedure on the area you want treated.


    Dr. Bindewald's exacting techniques and artistry, combined with our transparency in pricing, has resulted in patients who are overwhelmingly pleased with their final outcome as well as their pocketbook.


    We accept and welcome patient questions both online and in person; Dr. Bindewald responds to all patient inquiries directly. Our HIPAA-compliant website and email ensures your utmost discretion and privacy when sending communication to our surgical team.


    Contact us online or schedule an appointment in our San Antonio office today. Many out-of-town patients consult with us online first before scheduling their in-person consultation. You can reach us at the phone number or email address listed below.

    7950 Floyd Curl Drive, Ste. 1009
    San Antonio, TX 78229
    Mon-Thurs, 8am-5pm
    Fri, 8am-12pm