Does Liposuction Really Work?
Every year, it seems that a new body contouring technology is released touted to change the way we look in a new and amazing way. And every year the focus is directed solely on technology and removal of fat instead of the underlying reason for why we actually developed this fat. And nothing seems to change.
As a Plastic Surgeon, I have been down this road for over 13 years with my patients and seemed doomed to continue this trend until one day I had had enough. I was tired of sucking out fat, watching patients recover, and then moving on to the next client. I wanted an approach that would demonstrate long-term results and I wanted an approach that would address the underlying reasons for this fat actually accumulating. And that is the main reason that I developed an entirely new and comprehensive approach to body contouring.
And so the question remains, does liposuction really work? The answer is…it depends. If you are looking for a quick fix and not interested in changing lifestyle habits, chances are that no body contouring technology will give you long term lasting results. But, if you are willing to take a look at what you eat, how much you exercise, and the supplements that you take, there is a very good chance that liposuction will work for you as a long-term option and that you will be pleased with results long after the procedure (surgical or non-surgical).
I came across a very interesting article that addresses the reasons why we develop fat and the many myths associated with losing it that I thought you might enjoy. To read this article, I encourage you to CLICK HERE to learn more about the real facts behind fat loss and why what you are currently doing may not be getting you the results that you want. These are also great tips to use following body contouring to help improve your chances for maintaining your great result!
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