Category Archives: Liposuction

PrecisionTx™: More Than Just Liposuction

I perform liposuction near Seattle on many different areas of the body. Today’s leading-edge techniques and smaller tools let surgeons focus on very small, targeted areas of fat, such as the neck and chin. Although liposuction alone can reduce the fat layer, it may not be the best choice for patients who are also bothered by skin laxity or sagging,…

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The Best Treatments for Beautiful Legs

With the warmer months just around the corner, many people are excited to shed their winter layers and show some skin in shorts. But for others, summertime can be stressful. Cellulite, varicose veins, unsightly hair and stubble, and other concerns can make a day at the beach feel like anything but. Here are my top choices to help you love…

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Is Liposuction the New Breast Augmentation?

After years of topping the plastic surgery charts, breast augmentation is no longer the most popular procedure in the U.S., according to 2013 statistics. The new winner: liposuction. At our practice near Syracuse, I’ve seen a surge reflective of the nationwide shift that was documented by The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery. The respected industry group says there was…

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Beyond the Belly: Body Contouring for the Back, Limbs & Buttocks

When it comes to getting a slimmer physique using liposuction, many of my Toledo, Ohio, patients focus on their abdomens. Although the midsection is a frustrating area to maintain even for people who exercise and eat well, other areas pose similar problems for men and women who want their appearance to reflect their healthy lifestyle. Contouring the back, limbs, and…

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How Smartlipo™ Reduces Recovery Time

Many people struggle with small pockets of unwanted fat on places including the chin, hips, and upper arms. And sometimes, despite their best efforts through diet and exercise, this stubborn fat just won’t budge. Some of these people are hesitant to pursue liposuction, believing the procedure to be too extensive for a relatively small amount of fat. As an alternative,…

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