Have you ever wondered why you still struggle with problem spots when you eat all the right things and visit the gym on a regular basis? The truth is that those pesky areas are most likely subcutaneous fat, which doesn’t always respond the way we’d like to diet or exercise. If you’re anxious to rid yourself of these seemingly immobile pockets of fatty tissue, liposuction could be the solution you’ve looking for.
While liposuction can be performed nearly anywhere on the face or body, here are the three most popularly requested target sites from our patients:
Does anyone truly love their love handles? If you’d love to bid your farewells to those cushiony areas right above your hips, you can choose to effectively opens in a new windowremove your love handles via AquaShape™ liposuction.
AquaShape™ liposuction is the gentlest form of liposuction available, involving significantly less physical force than traditional lipo. Additionally, this advanced form of body sculpting typically only requires local anesthetic, which helps contribute to a remarkably short recovery time, often just one or two days.
Quite a few of us collect fat beneath our belly buttons in a space affectionately known as the muffin top. Yes, the nickname is cute, but the look may be less than ideal. If you have a little belly paunch that’s worn out its welcome, AquaShape™ liposuction can help flatten your stomach and sculpt a slimmer physique with minimal discomfort, swelling and risk.
Under the Chin
AquaShape™ liposuction is the least aggressive technique available for facial contouring, so you can safely reduce an irritating double chin and achieve an attractive and slender neckline with very little post-procedure bruising.
Dr. Ditesheim is a plastic surgeon in Charlotte, North Carolina who is board certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery, the only board recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties. To become board certified, a physician must complete a minimum of 5 years of surgical residency training, including at least 2 years of training specifically in plastic surgery, as well as pass rigorous written and oral examinations.
In addition, Dr. Ditesheim is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, an honor reserved for surgeons who have demonstrated highest professional standards for competency, ethical conduct, and training.