When you look at your body and see problem areas, do you just assume you have to live with it? You may mistakenly believe that procedures like liposuction in St. Clair Shores are only for those who are overweight. In fact, this type of procedure is just as beneficial for those who are overweight as those who have isolated pockets of fat that they can’t get rid of. Here’s why even people in the best shape of their lives can get liposuction and love it.
There are many people who have areas on their body where the fat won’t melt off no matter what they eat or how many TRX classes they take. These ares can include:
- Tricep area
- Under the chin (jowels)
There aren’t many exercises you can do to exercise your jowels, besides eating, but that just makes the problem worse. These areas are typically known to be areas where fat is stubborn and doesn’t want to leave. It can make you feel bad about your body, while the rest of your body looks fantastic.
No matter what shape you are in, considering this procedure is important. In fact, people who are in good shape do better with this procedure, simply because if there is good tone and elasticity in the skin, the result will be smoother once the fat is suctioned out of the body.
How does it work?
A small tube is inserted through the skin and pretty basically, the fat is suctioned out from the problem area. The incisions are super small and there won’t be any visible scarring. There will be some swelling and pain, and possible bruising, but all of that will subside quickly.
Most people love the look they get when they do liposuction. Sometimes a touchup is needed to get the same result back later on in life. If there are irregularities in the skin then sometimes wrinkling or dimpling of the skin can occur after this procedure. Many times the dimpling isn’t as noticeable as the fat that was there previously.
You don’t need to be obese or overweight to reap the benefits of cosmetic surgery. Any adult at almost any age (after speaking to their doctor) can get liposuction and improve their body image.