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If you or someone you know is considering a procedure or treatment including anti-aging, IVF, dentistry, LASIK, cosmetic & bariatric surgeries, weight loss, and mental health among many others, count on our resources guide to provide all the information you need. We know a procedure or treatment of any kin can be a scary thing. The best way to keep those nerves at bay is to thoroughly educate and empower yourself on treatment options, procedural details, and recovery information.

 

Since LocateADoc.com was introduced in 1998, we’ve worked hard to collect a wealth of information on a wide variety of topics, so we’re sure we’ve got your procedure or treatment covered. We get all of our information from top doctors and medical professionals who have a great deal of experience in their field, so you can always be confident trusting our resources guide. Show More

 

To the left, you’ll see a search bar. Here, you can search for information on your specific procedure or treatment, including exactly how the procedure is performed or how much it can cost. Our information will hopefully provide you with an easy-to-understand introduction to the procedure.

 

If you’re looking for more in-depth or specific information than you find here in the resources guide, visit our Ask A Doctor page to submit questions or read answers to other users’ inquiries. If you’re ready to find a doctor and set up a consultation, visit our Find a Doctor page to start your search. 

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  • liposuction picture Chasby Sacks MD - LocateADocFor some people stubborn fat cells will just not go away no matter how much they exercise and diet. Stubborn fat often settles in on areas like the chin, neck, hips, stomach, butt, calves, ankles, and other places leaving individuals dissatisfied with efforts to lose weight.

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  • Medical Weight Loss

    Medical weight loss, also known as physician-supervised weight loss, is a comprehensive weight-management solution designed around scientific principles. These weight loss programs are designed to help you lose weight and manage your weight long after you have completed the program.
    Medical weight loss programs are different from commercial programs because they're customized to your health goals by a licensed healthcare provider in a clinical setting. Your physician may recommend:
    • Meal replacements
    • Weight-loss medications
    • Diet restrictions and exercise regimens
    • Prescription-strength appetite suppressants
    or any combination of these to help you achieve a healthy weight. You will also meet with your doctor up to once a week to monitor your progress and see how much weight you are losing.
    Choosing meal replacements and appetite suppressants are also a slippery slope. Once you complete the program and you are no longer taking these substances, there is a chance you will be disassociated from normal portion sizes and go back to old eating habits.
    Depending on which route you and your physician choose for diet and exercise, there is a risk that once you stop the program, you will go back to old behaviors. It is up to you to keep up with the behavior and lifestyle changes you make throughout your medical weight loss program.
    How long are the medical weight loss programs?
    This depends on where you go, and what you want to achieve. Some programs will last for a comprehensive 2-week session, and some will last all year long. The best programs to attend will have a team of doctors, dietitians, and behavioral specialists to help you break down the barriers you have faced losing weight in the past.
    What if these methods do not work for me?
    Learn more about medical weight loss solutions and other weight loss strategies including bariatric surgery by visiting these pages:
    Talk to a medical weight loss doctor to find out if you are a good candidate for a medical weight loss program or bariatric surgery. Your doctor will work with you to determine what weight loss program is best for you.
    Questions?
    If you think medical weight loss may be right for you, set up a consultation with a medical weight loss doctor in your area. LocateADoc.com also has a panel of doctors available to answer your questions through the Ask A Doctor feature.

  • Liposuction Surgery (Lipoplasty)

    If you want to improve the appearance of a certain body part or smooth out an irregular body shape, you should undergo a complete physical exam with your cosmetic surgeon or board-certified plastic surgeon so he/she can determine if you are a good candidate for liposuction.