Liposuction Benefits Genuine Weight Loss Candidates

Permanent weight reduction involves incorporating regular exercise and healthy eating into your life. Sometimes, however, some areas of your body need extra help. The thighs, stomach, buttocks and the tops of the legs are often the areas where fat is hardest to shift. This should never be a reason to give up, or to revert to an unhealthy lifestyle. There is a surgical procedure that can make a visible difference to your body shape and remove a lot of that stubborn fat. It is called liposuction surgery and we perform it here at the Brisbane Cosmetic Clinic.

Several Key Benefits of Liposuction Surgery

We have seen a number of benefits to liposuction. Firstly, it permits the removal of stubborn fat from areas of the body that have not been improved by a proper diet and exercise program. Stubborn fat deposits can be caused by genetics, body shape and hormonal status. Liposuction helps to remove this fat and sculpts the body to improve contour and proportions.

With a significant portion of fat removed from prominent areas in conjunction with the natural weight loss from other areas of the body, the results can be quite dramatic. This in turn can have a positive effect on self esteem. Our patients have reported an immediate boost to their self image and confidence when they see how beautifully new clothes fit and how much easier it is to exercise with this fat gone.

Personal Assessment by Our Cosmetic Surgeon

People with good skin elasticity and in good physical condition get the best results from Liposuction surgery. Our cosmetic surgeon personally assesses every candidate for long-lasting liposuction and discusses the expected outcome in view of body shape, skin condition and general health and fitness.

Patients who are realistic about what can be achieved with liposuction are those who are happiest with the results. This procedure is not a substitute for diet and exercise, nor is it a magic cure for obesity. Keeping expectations realistic is important to avoid disappointment. Absolute perfection is not a realistic goal, but anyone expecting a 50% improvement will be very happy with the results.