Liposuction has become one of the most popular cosmetic procedures in the world. Many men and women turn to liposuction to rid themselves of those stubborn pockets of fat that won’t go away, despite following a healthy diet and exercising regularly. If you are wondering just how liposuction creates a more beautiful body contour, San Diego Plastic Surgeon Dr. Carlos Chacon has the answers in this blog post.
Removes Fat (and Can Improve the Look of Cellulite)
As a part of the natural aging process, your body may begin to retain fat — most likely in the abdomen, but possibly also in the hips, buttocks, lower back and thighs. If you have obstinate fat that won’t budge despite your best efforts, liposuction can give you the body slimming results you desire. Also, by removing excess pockets of fat, in some cases liposuction improves the dimpled, puckered appearance of cellulite.
Triggers Motivation to Maintain a Healthier Lifestyle
Many liposuction patients find that after surgery, they are more motivated to exercise and eat healthfully, because they want to maintain their results. If you enjoy the way you look after liposuction, you are more likely to do what you can to maintain your body weight and newly improved contours. Keep in mind that exercise and eating right are important not only for your appearance, but also for your overall health and well-being.
If you are considering liposuction, do not overlook the possible psychological benefits – most notably, a boost in self-image and self-confidence. When you love the way you look, you will feel more confident in yourself. This improved confidence can also positively impact the impression you make on others. When you look and feel great, it shows.
Contact Dr. Chacon
Liposuction patients can look forward to all of the benefits described in this post. However, not everyone is a suitable candidate for the body sculpting treatment. To find out whether liposuction is appropriate for your needs and goals, please reach out to Dr. Carlos Chacon and schedule a personal consultation. You can make your appointment by calling (858) 633-7546 or sending an email.