10 Oct Liposuction Steps In Where Diet and Exercise Stop
You spend hours at the gym, eat healthy, but still aren’t getting the results you want—and deserve! It’s a common tale at Dr. Shaun Parson Plastic Surgery & Skin Center where the “Top Doc” in the area is committed to helping you get the look you’ve worked so hard to achieve. What gym trainers tell you is true: There’s no such thing as spot reduction when it comes to weight loss. Or is there?
Treating Those Stubborn Areas
Every person is born with a certain number of fat cells and fat distribution that is unique to them. That’s why someone who’s born a “pear” will still have relatively larger hips and thighs compared to their chest no matter how much weight they gain or lose. Diet and exercise can shrink fat cells, but if you gain weight those cells will increase in size again. Plus, when you gain or lose weight, it often happens in a pretty uniform way. If you want to get rid of fat for good and only lose fat where you want to, liposuction is the answer.
Liposuction is a relatively minor plastic surgery compared to other procedures. It works by removing targeted fat cells through a small tube and suction device. When fat is surgically removed from the body, it’s gone for good. Even if you gain weight in the future, you can’t gain weight in liposuctioned areas.
“Lipo” is more than a fat loss surgery. It allows personalized sculpting and contouring of the body. It’s a fantastic procedure for those who struggle with stubborn areas of fat that won’t budge no matter how healthy you eat or how much you work out. Although liposuction can be performed just about anywhere on the body, some of the most popular areas are the tummy, inner and outer thighs, upper arms, and the bra bulge area. Liposuction beneath the chin is also popular, and immediately vanquishes the dreaded “turkey neck” common with aging.
Schedule Your Consultation Today
If you want an immediate, permanent solution to targeted fat loss, schedule your consultation today. Call Dr. Shaun Parson Plastic Surgery & Skin Center at (480) 282-8386.