Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that is used to trim and reshape trouble areas of the body that diet and exercise can’t seem to target. Liposuction removes excess fat deposits, resulting in a more ideal body contour.
Liposuction is an ideal solution for people of normal weight who just can’t seem to shed the last few pounds or have resilient deposits of fat in certain areas of the body. The procedure can improve not only one’s figure, but self-esteem as well.
Unlike diet and exercise, liposuction can target specific areas of the body. Some of the most common areas treated with liposuction are:
- Inner and Outer Thighs
- Hips and Buttocks
- Mid-section (Including the Abdomen and Waist)
- Upper Arms
- Love Handles and Other Back Areas
- Inner Knee
- Face (Cheeks, Chin and Neck)
- Calves and Ankles
Why Seek Liposuction?
Occasionally, regardless of a woman’s diet and exercise routine, they may still be burdened with curves in all the wrong places. Localized fat deposits can be stubborn, even with the most rigorous exercise routine. Whether these deposits are a result of genetics or a stubborn body that that is stuck in a plateau, there is a solution.
While it is an amazing solution for those troubling fatty deposits, liposuction is not a weight loss treatment. Liposuction cannot be used to treat obesity or be an alternative solution to a proper diet and exercise routine. Liposuction is also not a treatment for cellulite (the dimply skin that generally appears around the thighs, hips, and/or buttocks). Contrary to popular belief, the factors that contribute to whether or not a person has cellulite have nothing to do with body weight.
Liposuction can be performed safely in conjunction with several other body aesthetic procedures. Some of the most common procedures that are used with liposuction are face lifts, breast reduction surgery, and tummy tucks.
With proper, realistic expectations, liposuction can be the answer you have been looking for to tackle those hard to tone spots.