What can liposuction actually do?

  Posted on July 26, 2013   Last updated on October 30, 2014 |   

What happens when skipping meals and working out intensely just doesn’t work anymore? Well, first of all, your health could drop significantly because skipping meals and simultaneously overworking it actually works against you. It’s like increasing the needed output from your body without replenishing what was used up in the first place. Think about it. That really can’t be healthy, right? Right.

Most argue that they do this simply because they want to lose the extra fat surrounding the abdominal area. That line of reasoning actually doesn’t justify punishing your body. It’s natural to have extra fat deposits since a normal amount of fat is needed to function properly. If you really want to get rid of that one layer, go ahead and look for a cosmetic surgeon then ask about liposuction.

Houston liposuction is a procedure that remains to be one of the most undergone procedures all over. Why? Because it helps patients get the body they want. In fact, Houston is one of the areas that give out the most liposuction procedures so the doctors in that area should be very experienced and knowledgeable.

Going back to liposuction: if you think about it, the advances in technology should help you get that abdominal area you so badly want. Since killing yourself slowly by coupling starving and going to the gym isn’t working, liposuction really is your best bet while still maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Technological and medical advances have made it easier for doctors to finish operations as well as make the recovery time shorter for the patients, even the pain is reported to be lessened after the procedure.

For now, there are four types of liposuction known: suction-assisted, ultrasound-assisted, water-assisted, and laser-assisted liposuction. Suction-assisted liposuction is how we all know it based on films, nothing fancy. The fancy part comes in when the other three techniques are used. They basically have the same function but differ only in approach and method. All of the functions of those fancy gadgets are basically to loosen and make it easier to suck out the fat cells (ultrasound breaks the walls, water to “erode” the fat, and laser to melt it).

As I said before, risks are greatly lessened. Before, bruising, inflammation and infection were rather great threats post operation. These days, there are hardly any reports of these incidents. Although, of course, there are always risks involved with any kind of surgery. Overall, however, when weighed against the benefits, patients are always happy, saying that they feel much more confident about their bodies and some others even say that they feel healthier because the unwanted fat was removed.

Ultimately, there is hardly anything dangerous if the doctor approached is board-certified and trustworthy. Having these kinds of doctors perform the procedure means that the long-term effects are guaranteed. Be reminded that this new figure does not go without maintenance as fat can still be gained in other areas. To be clear, maintenance should be done by the patient (lifestyle, diet, etc.) while the surgeon, to make sure nothing goes wrong, will do regular check-ups.

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