Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. It is relative. However, what everyone seems to agree with is that a well-toned body with distinct curves in all the right places is beautiful. Truth be told, in the current era of social media and internet, beauty is idolized. People will go to any length to look and feel beautiful. If you are beautiful, you will often have more opportunities coming your way. Careers like modeling, brand ambassador and show hosting among others are for the beautiful ones.
Thanks to technology however, this kind of beauty is not out of reach. Cosmetic surgery procedures such as liposuction have come to save the day. You can now dictate how you look and alter your figure using this procedure.
Liposuction, as aforementioned is a minimally invasive cosmetic surgery procedure, which entails melting down of fat from unwanted body parts. It uses laser technology and therefore is painless. Depending on the type of procedure, it takes as little time as thirty minutes.
What exactly does liposuction do to your body?
This isa question that is posed by many each time liposuction is mentioned. Below are some of the things that liposuction will do to your body.
The human body is naturally designed to store fat in some parts of the body. However, when the fat stored is too much, it becomes problematic. Not just to your health, but also to your general appearance. Most problematic areas when it comes to fat are the abdomen, neck, chin, knees, arms and thighs among others. Liposuction uses thermal energy to melt fat, which is then removed through suction.
Trimming of body parts
Tummy trim is one of the most common procedures that are done. It is part of liposuction treatment. You can slim your midsection giving you a thinner waist and generally improving your body shape. Men are also able to trim their beer bellies or the excess sagging skin left behind after weight loss. You can also slim upper arms to give an athletic look and firmer stature.
Liposuction will remove fat from the desired parts by doing away with fat cells. This is a long lasting effect of liposuction. This will depend on how you complement the procedure. For example, by keeping fit and maintaining a healthy diet. There is a risk of fat build up and re-growing of fat cells if one does not practice healthy lifestyle.
Although more and more people are embracing liposuction as a way of body contouring, the success of the procedure largely depends on the surgeon and your body type. You may be required to undergo additional surgery after the procedure, especially in cases of obesity. There are risks involved in the procedure other than re-growing of fat cells such as scarring.
It is important that you talk to your doctor prior to the procedure for advice and at the same time let your surgeon know what your expectations are to increase chances of success.