When diet and exercise aren’t enough, it may be time to set up a consultation with a cosmetic surgeon or board-certified plastic surgeon to discuss the possibility of lipodissolve, a permanent fat-removal procedure. In addition to liposuction, some surgeons offer non-surgical procedures that promise to “melt” body fat for good. One option is lipodissolve, a set of injections that works to break down fatty deposits and eliminate fat cells through your body’s elimination system. It's similar to mesotherapy and is available at plastic surgery centers and medical spas throughout the United States.
Take some time to review our before and after lipodissolve pictures to see the effects of this non-surgical liposuction procedure on real people who've had the injections.
Find lipodissolve doctors in your area to discuss if you're a good candidate for non-surgical liposuction. This fat-removal procedure is available at select cosmetic and plastic surgery centers in the United States, as well as some medical spas in your state.
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reports nearly 11.7 cosmetic procedures are performed each year. From lipoplasty to eyelid surgery, it’s clear that both surgical and nonsurgical cosmetic surgery procedures are a growing trend for men and women alike. In fact, the ASAPS estimates a 457% increase since 1997, with women accounting for just over 90 percent of all procedures.
While liposuction will take away the extra fat, how you take care of your body after the procedure will determine how long you will keep that slim silhouette. Many people fear gaining weight after surgery, especially since they cannot work out during the recovery stages.
If you thought zapping away unwanted fat cells sounded too good to be true, you may finally be able to melt away those love handles – without a pill, a new workout routine, or even a drastic diet. Thousands of Americans are already checking into their local doctor’s office over lunch break for a quick ‘lunchtime lipo’ session thanks to LipoDissolve, an increasingly popular alternative to liposuction.
The decision to get liposuction, commonly referred to as lipo, can be made for a number of reasons. Some get the procedure after working hard to get to their goal weight, but still need a little help shaping or sculpting an area of their body. Others may get the procedure to help treat medical conditions that cause unwanted build-up of fatty tissue. In any case, there are usually several options for you to discuss with your doctor.
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