Liposuction continues to be one of the most popular ways to get rid of excess body fat, remove cellulite and lose those last 5-10 ‘vanity’ pounds. While liposuction does offer instant benefits, you can only maintain results by eating a healthy diet and engaging in regular exercise.
If you’ve been thinking about liposuction to get rid of a few unwanted pounds, you may need to undergo a body contouring procedure to sculpt and define your body for the perfect silhouette. Body contouring procedures are designed to reposition and reshape the skin after weight loss so that you’re not left with loose or sagging skin.
Vaser LipoSelection is one of the latest ‘breakthrough’ body contouring procedures available, a liposuction and tissue manipulation technique that allows the plastic surgeon to sculpt and recontour the body with ease. The key difference between the Vaser system and conventional liposuction is the type of cannula used in the fat removal process.
If you’ve been considering liposuction to lose a few pounds and streamline your silhouette, you may not need to go under the knife. Several body contouring and body reshaping treatments can help to trim down your waistline, get rid of unwanted pounds around the hips and thighs, and help you achieve your ideal figure.
Tired of dieting and exercising and not seeing that waistline shrink away? You don’t have to give up on the battle of the bulge just yet. Head to your local medical spa or cosmetic surgery center and settle in for a non-surgical procedure that can sculpt, tone and tighten your body and whittle that waistline without a single incision. Sound good to be true? It’s not. Many surgeons and medical spas around the United States now offer several options for those who want to lose a few inches without going under the knife.
If you have excess fat around your jawline and upper neck, you could be a candidate for the minimally-invasive procedure known as the mini neck shrink lift. This simple plastic surgery procedure is designed for patients who want to get rid of the “turkey neck” and achieve a more sculpted, youthful look. The mini neck shrink lift is performed under general anesthesia and produces amazing results for both men and women.
If you want to improve the size and shape of your breasts but don’t want to undergo surgery for a breast lift, you may have wondered if exercise will help. Weightlifting and resistance exercises can be very effective for strengthening the upper body and chest muscles but they won’t do much to lift and perk up your breasts. Weightlifting can, however, make your pectoralis muscle more defined so your breasts might have a firmer base to rest on. However, the actual size and shape of your breasts won’t change from exercise alone.
If your breasts have become droopy or are sagging, you might have considered getting breast implants or undergoing a breast lift procedure. Some doctors and medical spas promote something called a “natural breast lift” that involves lasers or some type of exercises and creams that firm up the breasts. These often seem like an attractive alternative to undergoing surgery but many experienced plastic surgeons have confirmed that they really don’t work – there isn’t such a thing as a “natural” breast lift. Here are some things you should know:
If you’ve been trying to get rid of unwanted body hair by waxing, shaving, or plucking, you probably know how much of a hassle the process can be. Laser hair removal is the most effective way to remove hair permanently and can also end up costing less than traditional hair removal methods.
If you’ve decided that you can’t live with your tattoo anymore, you can undergo a tattoo removal procedure to get rid of the tattoo permanently. Tattoos can be removed with laser therapy but there are some risks involved and side effects can be fairly severe. Working with an experienced practitioner is critical for a successful outcome.
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