LiposuctionHave you heard about Liposuction?
Liposuction is a body contouring procedure that removes unwanted fat deposits that have not been responsive to traditional weight loss methods. Liposuction is one of the most poplar cosmetic surgeries, consistently ranking first among men and second among women. Liposuction is commonly used to improve the contour of the abdomen, flanks, hips, thighs, chest, back, knees, arms, neck, and chin. Liposuction is not a substitute for diet and exercise, and is not a weight loss procedure. The best results are obtained in active individuals with a relatively normal body weight and good skin quality. Although there are several different modalities of liposuction currently available (standard tumescent, power-assisted, ultrasonic-assisted, and laser-assisted) the results depend more on the experience and technique of the surgeon, than on the actual modality of liposuction used.
Liposuction is safe, produces significant improvements in shape and contour, and is associated with a high level of patient satisfaction. If you have a problem area of fat that is holding you back, and it just won’t go away no matter what you do, give us a call. We have years of experience and many happy patients who have trusted us to give them a body they can be proud of.
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Liposuction Abdomen & Flanks
This 29 year old woman (5’8″ | 168 lbs) disliked her central abdominal fullness and protruding flanks. Examination demonstrated mild-to-moderate lipodystrophy of the abdomen and flanks, with no stretch marks. Four and one-half month post-operative photographs show the results of power-assisted liposuction of the flanks and abdomen. She has a great result, continues to exercise, and is thrilled with her abdominal contour.
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Liposuction Lateral Thighs
48 year old woman (5´5″ | 193 lbs) was unhappy with the appearance of her large saddlebags despite exercise and weight loss. She has several relatives who have very broad hips, and is bothered by how disproportionate her lower body is compared to her upper body. She must wear pants that are several sizes larger than what properly fits her waist, and even then the hip area is often too tight. 7-week post-operative photographs show the results. A small amount of residual swelling persists. She has lost 15 pounds, her pant size has dropped three sizes, and she is very happy. See more patient pictures.