Did you know that your body holds a limited number of fat cells? Gaining weight does not mean you increase the number of fat cells in your body rather it means the fat cells you have are simply increasing in size! When you undergo a liposuction (laser or traditional) procedure, targeted area’s fat cells are permanently removed from the body. Post-liposuction procedure, if you gain weight, your weight will not accumulate in the area previously treated with liposuction rather it will reappear in another area of your body where fat cells remain. This is why it is important to maintain healthy habits and body weight post-procedure.
Liposuction slims and reshapes specific areas of the body by removing excess fat deposits, improving body contours and proportion resulting in an enhanced self-image. This procedure is NOT intended as a weight loss treatment and is not a replacement for regular exercise and good eating habits.
Despite relatively good eating and health habits along with a reasonable level of fitness, some people may still have a body with disproportionate contours due to stubborn, localized fat deposits.
SLIMLipo Laser Liposuction can be used to treat stubborn fat pockets in many parts of the body including the inner and outer thighs, arms, neck and jowls, upper and lower abdomen, hips, waist, back, knees, chest, calves, and ankles.
Your improved body contour will be apparent immediately following a laser liposuction procedure and even more visible as swelling and fluid retention subside through the six-eight week healing process. Another added benefit of choosing SLIMLipo Laser Liposuction over a traditional liposuction procedure – the laser heat aids in rebuilding skin elasticity which results in tighter, younger looking skin as you heal.
Are you considering SLIMing down with SLIMLipo Laser Liposuction? If so, consult with DUAL BOARD CERTIFIED in General and Cosmetic Surgery, Dr. Jerry Guanciale today! General & Cosmetic Surgical Specialists of Arizona | 5300 Hwy 95, Suite A Fort Mohave, AZ 86426 | Phone: (928) 768-1616.