Refine Your Winter Weight Loss Efforts with Liposuction
Eating more than one’s fair share of delicious comfort foods throughout the winter months is quite common, which is why late winter into early spring is usually the time of year people focus on being healthier and shedding any extra weight put on by overindulgence. Regardless of respectable attempts to eat an improved diet and stick to a regular exercise routine, however, many people find that particular regions of the body remain immune to change. Fortunately, these localized accumulations of diet- and exercise-resistant fat can typically be refined with liposuction, helping to produce a leaner, more sculpted aesthetic in the targeted area. Some of the most common problematic regions that can be treated with liposuction include the buttocks, thighs, abdomen, “love handles,” back, arms, and neck.
Based on your unique needs and goals, our board certified plastic surgeon – Dr. Christopher P. Godek – offers three different liposuction techniques: traditional liposuction and the HydraSolve™ Lipoplasty System. In addition, our practice also provides CoolSculpting® as a non-surgical alternative. To be considered a good candidate for any of these fat reduction methods, you must be at or near your desired weight and in good overall health. In certain cases, abdominoplasty and/or another complementary body sculpting procedure may be recommended to help you achieve an ideal outcome. Regardless of what procedures are employed, it is imperative that you continue to consume a balanced diet and exercise on a somewhat regular basis following treatment, as any subsequent weight gain could compromise your results.
Ultimately, liposuction is not and should not be regarded as a weight loss treatment by itself, but when employed to refine and/or enhance the results of a well-balanced diet and persistent exercise routine, it may be able to help you attain your desired physique.Previous Post Next Post