You have the ability to eliminate unwanted fat on your body that doesn’t respond to dieting and exercise. A Toronto liposuction procedure can recontour those stubbon areas to create a body contour that is more appealing to you. Imagine how great you’ll feel when your body is slimmer and more proportioned!
Liposuction is technically referred to as lipoplasty and liposculpture. It is a body-sculpting procedure that surgically removes fat that lies just underneath the skin (subcutaneous) and is unresponsive to a healthy lifestyle including dieting and exercising. Almost anywhere on the body may be focused upon during the procedure, and more than one area can be targeted. The medical expertise of a Plastic Surgeon at Skin Vitality ensures that your procedure will be performed safely, achieving the most desirable results, whether you hope to reduce the size of your love handles, smooth away saddlebags, eliminate a double chin, or get rid of that “rubber tire”. Liposuction is designed to help you get a slimmer body contour that has no undesirable bulges.
Reasons Why You’d Benefit From Liposuction
If you would like to:
- get rid of a double chin or “turkey waddle”
- eliminate the flab on your arms that is caused by unwanted fat
- say good bye to the bulges on your back
- create a more defined stomach and waistline
- smooth away love handles
- achieve more contoured buttocks and thighs
- get more definition in your calves and ankles
- have a more proportioned figure overall
and are in good physical condition, then talk to us about liposuction!
Please note that although liposuction does remove unwanted fat, it is not a method of weight loss and should never replace a proper exercise and diet routine. The procedure is designed only to eliminate accumulated fat in problem areas – those areas that exercise and diet alone cannot improve. Liposuction may be combined with other surgical body contouring procedures.
Liposuction is performed while you are under under general or local anesthesia. A narrow tube, known as a “cannula” is inserted into a tiny incision made in the problem area to vacuum out the unwanted fat deposits located underneath the skin. The incision is then closed and dressed. The length of the procedure depends on several factors, including the number of areas focused upon, the amount of fat removed and your body and the techniques applied.
Because there are many liposuction techniques, the surgeon will discuss the most appropriate technique for your body.
Your recovery will most likely involve plenty of rest and a limitation on your movement. Oral medication may be prescribed to minimize discomfort. A compression garment may be worn. Any risks and complications related to liposuction can be minimized by following post-surgery care instructions
The information provided here is for general reference. It should not replace a consultation with Board Certified Plastic Surgeon, during which your unique concerns and questions will be addressed.