Surgical vs. Non-Surgical Liposuction

For many cosmetic surgery patients, areas of unwanted localized fat are a common concern. These areas of fat are usually diet and exercise resistant and can come in the form of a stubborn stomach “pooch” after pregnancy and giving birth, or areas around the thighs and back that refuse to disappear, localized areas of fat can be difficult to eliminate with regular diet and exercise. Consequently, liposuction has increasingly become one of the most popular and top-performed cosmetic surgical procedures– and for good reason! This operation redefines your natural body contours by safely, effectively, and permanently reducing the fat in areas of concern. Recently, minimally invasive liposuction alternatives have come to the forefront of body contouring procedures and are gaining popularity. These minimally invasive treatments…

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January 30, 2019
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5 Tips For Maintaining Liposuction Results

Although liposuction is a permanent cosmetic procedure, its positives can deteriorate over time if not maintained properly. That’s because the fat cells removed during the procedure cannot grow back but if you don’t watch what you eat and maintain a healthy lifestyle, you can develop new fat cells in those areas. Don’t fret! Maintaining liposuction…

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June 2, 2018
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Exercising After Liposuction: Everything You Need ...

During liposuction, fat cells are removed permanently from the area being treated. This means that there are fewer fat cells there and regrowth will not occur. However, fat cells in other parts of the body may take it upon themselves to overcompensate. Because of this, exercise after liposuction is extremely important. But, don’t rush to…

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November 21, 2016
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