Remove Stubborn Fat for Good with Liposuction
Safely Remove Stubborn Fat
It can be extremely frustrating to spend hours perfecting your diet and exercise regime without any visible signs of improvement toward a slimmer figure.
Stubborn areas of fat in your abdomen, upper arms, butt, ankles, back, hips, thighs, chin, and neck can all greatly reduce your self-confidence.
Rather than hiding your problem areas, confidently embrace your smoother, slimmer figure with the help of liposuction.
Liposuction is a minimally invasive procedure used to permanently remove stubborn fat on specific areas of the body.
Liposuction effectively removes the fat cells in specific treatment areas to regain a slimmer, more flattering figure.
Immediately achieve the sculpted, smoother body shape you deserve to enhance your natural figure with liposuction.
Who Is the Ideal Candidate
Do you consistently diet and exercise and still experience excess fat that won’t seem to budge?
Unwanted fat in specific areas of the body can sometimes linger, even if you maintain a stable, healthy body weight.
If you have excess fat in specific problem spots that just won’t seem to go away, no matter what you do, you may be the right candidate for liposuction.
Liposuction can significantly reduce stubborn fat areas so you can feel more comfortable and confident in your skin.
Stop hiding behind baggy layers of clothes to hide your stubborn fat. With liposuction, you can finally embrace the body you’ve worked so hard for with immediate results that last a lifetime.
What to Expect
Before treatment, your surgeon will first discuss your skin type, expectations for the procedure, costs, medical history, and whether liposuction is the right option for you. If you are looking to have liposuction to lose weight, this may not be the right procedure for you.
Once your surgeon has ensured you are a good candidate, they will then identify specific treatment areas of fat you wish to remove.
On the day of treatment, anesthesia will be given (either locally or generally) to prevent any pain during treatment. Then, small incisions will be made in the skin. From there, your surgeon will insert a suction device that is attached to a cannula into the fatty areas between your skin and muscle.
Using the cannula, your surgeon will break apart and liquefy the fat in your treatment area. Once broken apart, the suction device can effectively remove the excess fat. Your surgeon will then stitch up your incisions at the end of the procedure.
Your recovery time will depend on the specific treatment areas you had liposuctioned. Expect at least 5 to 7 days post-procedure before you can return to work. It can take over a month before you can resume physical activities.
Expect long-term recovery to take at least 3 months to reduce signs of swelling from the procedure.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Liposuction is a safe, effective solution to remove stubborn fat that doesn’t improve with consistent diet and exercise.
Liposuction is one of the most common plastic surgery procedures. Nearly 200,000 liposuction procedures occur each year in the United States alone.
Liposuction is not a weight-loss alternative. Liposuction is a procedure used to remove stubborn fat that remains after consistent diet and exercise.
You may not be the ideal candidate for liposuction if you are:
- Have a BMI over 25
- Have unrealistic aesthetic expectations
- Have poor skin quality
- Have a life-threatening health condition that can make healing difficult
Yes, liposuction permanently removes unwanted fat deposits. However, if you fail to maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine post-treatment, weight gain can contribute to new fat cells that can diminish your liposuction results.