Liposuction is one of the most popular and responsive surgical procedures. By targeting stubborn body fats located between the skin and muscles, this procedure can restore a slim and beautiful look to troubles areas on your body. The procedure is barely intrusive, and through small incisions, surgeons are able to target and remove undesirable fat in the:
- Upper Arms
Liposuction remains one of the safest and popular cosmetic procedures, with almost 250,000 surgeries performed in 2017. Millions of men and women are experiencing the mental and physical benefits of liposuction right now. Despite popular belief, liposuction is beneficial to patients of all levels of fitness, as it is even common for stubborn fat deposits to be hereditary.
Most patients will begin to enjoy both the physical and mental benefits of liposuction almost immediately. Some experience an increased ability to exercise due to the loss of weight and others benefit from the improvement of self-image. Liposuction provides that spark needed for finding the confidence and joy in an exercise routine as well as relief from depression rooted in personal appearance.
A quick recovery is expected following a liposuction procedure. Although not guaranteed, most patients leave the same day as the operation with the help of a driver. In fact, upon completion of procedures, most doctors will only prescribe painkillers and a healthy dose of rest. Then, within 1-4 months, all swelling is expected to diminish until the full recovery is made.
What to Know Before
The process begins by consulting your doctor. This will be the time to ask questions, set goals, and understand all benefits and risks. As your doctor will most likely inform you, liposuction will not by itself enhance your state of health. It is suggested that both before and after the procedure, you try to pursue a consistent routine as well as a healthy diet, which may include tobacco and alcohol restrictions. For more information or to schedule a consultation, please contact us.