Liposuction has become a popular cosmetic procedure for its ability to slim away the stubborn fat that can opens in a new windowlinger in your love handles, chin and along your waist and produce better body contouring.
If you think opens in a new windowlipo may be right for you, there are a few things you should consider before making a final decision.
Lipo Isn’t for Weight Loss
Lipo is a body contouring procedure, not a substitute for losing weight through diet and exercise. One of the main reasons is that lipo is designed to target subcutaneous fat that lies closer to the surface of the skin and is resistant to diet and exercise. It isn’t designed to remove the visceral fat that develops around your organs, which is what’s largely responsible for weight gain and does respond well to diet and exercise.
The best candidates for lipo have already reached or are within 30 percent of their target weight and are interested in contouring their shape and removing bulges of subcutaneous fat for a sleeker look.
Lipo Can Be Used Almost Everywhere
Lipo isn’t just for that troublesome muffin top. Dr. Meade can use lipo nearly everywhere on your body and face, including your thighs, hips and buttocks, upper arms, back, calves, ankles, inner knee, the chest area, cheeks, chin and neck.
Results Can Be Long-Lasting
If you maintain a healthy lifestyle and weight, lipo results can be long-lasting and you may enjoy a more contoured look for many years. Lipo can be a tool to help you fully realize the optimal results of your hard work to make healthy eating choices and exercise.
A board-certified plastic surgeon with a wealth of experience, Dr. Meade’s enthusiasm for cosmetic surgery is immediately clear when you first meet him. He puts patients at ease with his warm smile, vast knowledge and individualized attention to detail.
He is dedicated to staying current on the very latest techniques and procedures available in the field of cosmetic surgery. In conversation with Dr. Meade, you clearly can see that cosmetic surgery is more than just his career, but his passion.