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Liposuction removes fatty tissue from a specific area of the body to achieve desirable results that may not be possible with diet and exercise alone. It’s a way of sculpting certain areas of the body that do not seem to respond to traditional fat-reduction methods. Dr. Hall understands the rewards and limitations of liposuction and makes every patient feel comfortable about their decision.
Is Liposuction Right for You?
As with any surgical procedure, liposuction should not be entered into lightly and should only be considered after consulting with a qualified plastic surgeon. For those seeking to enhance their body image with a toned, sculptured look, liposuction can be very beneficial. Ideal candidates are healthy, non-smokers in the near-range of their optimum body-weight with good skin elasticity and muscle tone, and a realistic vision of what they hope to achieve.
- A great solution for providing improved contouring and a tighter, more toned appearance
- Often used in tandem with other cosmetic procedures like a face lift or tummy tuck
- Not an obesity treatment or a replacement for proper diet and exercise
Advanced Liposuction Solutions
Hall Plastic Surgery & Rejuvenation Center offers some of the industry’s most advanced liposuction solutions, giving our patients a wider range of options. In addition to standard liposuction, we are equipped for Custom Acoustic Liposuction (CAL).
Standard liposuction uses suction to remove excess fatty tissue from a targeted region of the body. The most common areas where liposuction can offer significant improvement are: chin, neck region, back, arms, breast region, abdominal region, buttocks and hips, thighs, knees, and the calf/ankle region. Many patients choose to remove excess fat from love handles, a double chin, flabby upper arms, enlarged breasts or a sagging abdomen.
The procedure can take place in an office surgical facility or in a hospital, and is usually performed under local or general anesthesia. The process begins with a consultation and evaluation session with Dr. Hall. This interaction is an important step in determining your goals and the proper course of treatment.