Using Liposuction to Highlight Your Body

Many people come into my office with a clear idea of how they would like to look after surgery, but they are often confused about how to get there. A popular trend these days is the desire to have fuller or more pronounced buttocks.

People often think that implants will create the results they want, but what they actually need is liposuction. Las Vegas surgeons perform liposuction not only to create a thinner appearance but also to highlight certain areas of the body and make them stand out.

To make a patient’s buttocks appear more prominent, I can perform liposuction on the person”s flanks (love handles). This will highlight the patient”s natural curves and help the buttock area stand out without augmentation. I can use the fat that is removed to perform a brazilian butt lift, which helps to contour and augment the buttocks.

Liposuction can be used in a number of other ways to highlight various parts of the body. I often perform liposuction on specific areas of the face to create a more youthful appearance. After losing weight, many people find they are left with excess fat on their necks. While they may think they will need a facelift, I can often achieve beautiful results with liposuction.

Regardless of your cosmetic surgery goals, it”s important to talk with a surgeon who offers a variety of options in order to choose the procedure that’s best for you.

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