Liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the United States. This procedure makes it possible to sculpt and define your frame, which may be impossible to do completely with exercise and diet alone. Here are 5 things we think you should know about the procedure.
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Liposuction and a tummy tuck are two of the most popular body contouring procedures we offer. Both can be used to achieve a flatter stomach and a more sculpted figure. However, there are significant differences between these two procedures, and it’s important to understand what each one can and can’t do when determining the right treatment plan to achieve your goals.
If you've given birth, you know that your body has gone through many changes. To accommodate your growing child, your body expands to make room for your unborn child. The time after giving birth is filled with a myriad of stresses. Adjusting to your baby's erratic sleep schedule, the lack of sleep, and the complete alteration of your normal routine all make it extremely difficult to find time to work on yourself, especially your figure. The mommy makeover is a combination of procedures performed at once to restore your breasts and body shape.
Your cosmetic surgery consultation with Board-Certified Plastic Surgeon Dr. David Bogue is when you discuss your priorities and come up with a detailed plan to accomplish your aesthetic goals safely and effectively. Learn more from Dr. Bogue in the video below.
Liposuction has a variety of benefits, but those perks don’t extend to your wallet. Our board-certified plastic surgeon, Dr. David Bogue, knows that the price tag of your plastic surgery is a vital part of the decision-making process.
Liposuction and tummy tucks accomplish very different goals. Liposuction is best for men and women who have areas of unwanted fat with little to no loose skin. A tummy tuck is designed to get rid of moderate to severe loose skin and tighten the abdominal muscles to provide a flat stomach. Learn more about the differences between lipo and abdominoplasty in the infographic below.
The cost of an abdominoplasty, or tummy tuck, varies by plastic surgeon, location, and other factors. Plastic surgeons who are board-certified will likely have higher prices than a cosmetic surgeon with less training and experience, and certain cities may have higher operating expenses due to the cost of living.
If you struggle with stubborn pockets of excess fat that seem unresponsive to diet and exercise, you may turn to liposuction as an effective way to achieve the contoured look you desire. Liposuction can remove deposits of fat in many different areas of the body, including your thighs, abdomen, upper arms, and buttocks.
Our board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. David Bogue offers liposuction to his patients who struggle with pockets of stubborn fat around the body. He uses his extensive experience to help you trim and tone your body for the aesthetic results you desire. In the slideshare below, we briefly outline the important points of this body contouring procedure.
For many people as they get older, keeping a trim physique is harder to do. With the many responsibilities that demand attention, it can be difficult to maintain a dedicated exercise routine and eat as healthy as you should. Those factors, along with a metabolism that slows as we age, can cause little pockets of fat to form around the body, and for many people, that area is the abdomen.