Category Archives: Liposuction

8 Ways to Wedding Beauty

Liposuction and more treatments for wedding beauty on Long Island.

If you’re planning for your wedding – possibly the single most memorable day of your life – it makes sense that you want everything to be perfect, including your appearance. That’s why many brides and grooms begin well in advance to improve diet and exercise, set dates for manicures and pedicures, or make teeth-whitening and skin-tanning appointments. In my practice,…

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What Is Tumescent Fluid?

Tampa liposuction surgeon explains tumescent fluid.

If you’ve had liposuction or are considering the procedure in Tampa or around the country, there’s a term you’ve probably heard mentioned: tumescent fluid. Perhaps your liposuction surgeon glossed over an explanation or you were too nervous to ask. I think it’s important to understand, so I thought I’d give a brief summary here. Tumescent fluid is a sterile solution…

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Which Is Better: CoolSculpting® or Liposuction?

One of the most popular cosmetic enhancement procedures year after year is liposuction. At our Albany practice in recent years, though, a new body contouring option has been giving liposuction some competition. CoolSculpting® is a non-surgical procedure that can effectively remove fat and shape the body. So, how do you know which is right for you? Liposuction: During liposuction, your surgeon…

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Tummy Tuck or Liposuction? Options and Approaches

Liposuction versus tummy tuck from Newport Beach plastic surgeon.

You work hard to stay fit, but despite your best efforts you may not be able to tone bulgy areas of fat or loose skin that are detracting from your otherwise shapely appearance. For many men and women in the Newport Beach area, liposuction or tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) seems to be an ideal way to achieve a firmer contour. But…

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"I’ve Lost the Weight, But Now What?"

Milwaukee abdominoplasty is a solution for body contouring after weight loss.

Each year, tens of thousands of Americans achieve significant weight loss through bariatric surgery or by following their own diet and exercise plan. As a result, they enjoy the increased energy and more vibrant body that come with a healthier lifestyle. But many are also left with an unwelcome reminder of their former selves in the form of excess skin…

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