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Choose Liposuction to Target Stubborn Fat Deposits

Getting Rid of Stubborn Fat Deposits

Liposuction is an elective cosmetic surgical procedure that is designed to remove stubborn fat deposits on several parts of the body. This procedure will result in a more contoured and slimming look. However, it is not a primary solution for losing weight or centimetres. We highly recommend dietary adjustments and regular exercise to burn fat and centimetres before considering liposuction. People who lost weight will sometimes encounter stubborn fat deposits that are non-responsive to dietary adjustments and exercise. This is where liposuction becomes a feasible option.

This cosmetic procedure can help sculpt the body by taking care of unwanted stubborn fat deposits in specific areas of the body. These areas include the abdomen, buttocks, hips, thighs, upper arms, chin, cheeks, neck, and knees. With several refinements to this specific procedure over the past few decades, surgeons are better equipped to handle this procedure successfully and give you the results that you want. Recovery times are also reduced due to the improvements of the surgical procedure itself. We highly recommend that you consult a medical professional when you are considering this type of surgery for yourself.

Having realistic expectations about the results of this surgery in accordance with your body is the first step to be an ideal candidate, which is also applicable to any other cosmetic procedure. Second, liposuction is designed for average-weight people who have healthy, firm, and elastic skin. Since the procedure will remove stubborn fat deposits that have been there for a while, the skin must adapt to the new contours of your body. If your skin is unable to adapt, it will result in sagging excessive skin instead of a firmer and more contoured result. Therefore, do not consider this type of surgery as a shortcut to lose weight and centimetres on your body.

Liposuction carries its own set of risks, as is the case with any type of surgery. However, if you suffer from diabetes, poor blood circulation, or a significant heart or lung disease, the risks are greater. Being in a healthy physical state, having realistic expectations, and healthy skin are all contributing factors to the best possible results with the least possible risks. If you are a smoker, we encourage you to stop smoking for a period before and after the surgery. This will boost cellular recovery afterwards, while preparing your body accordingly for the surgery before-hand.

Centurion Cosmetic Clinic is your first choice when considering any type of cosmetic surgical procedure. We offer options for women and men, and assist in medical consultations before-hand. Please peruse our website for details if you want more info about our surgical procedures.