The long, often arduous path to achieving a goal weight is more than often fraught with all kinds of factors. For many people, having a healthy balanced diet and exercising more just isn’t enough to get rid of excess weight in all areas of their body. Even after months or years of trying, some people can never get back to their goal size and shape and wish to do something about it.
The term ‘cosmetic surgery’ certainly comes with a set of preconceptons for many people ; best left to the likes of Hollywood stars and models… is it? In some cases reaching a goal weight does not in fact draw a neat line under the process of weight loss quite as effectively as planned. The aim of losing weight tends to focus around overall improved health, cosmetic appearance and confidence. When a person can’t shift those stubborn final pounds or is left with unsightly fatty deposits, turning to cosmetic surgery like liposuction no longer the reserve of the rich and famous, but a decision of informed practicality made by regular people who feel that their final weight and body shape goal is within reach.
The premise of liposuction is fairly simple – the removal of fatty tissue. Modern liposuction techniques like Smart Lipo (which uses a fibre optic cable and requires no overnight hospital stay) have enabled busy individuals to undergo liposuction surgery with less impact on their daily lives than ever before. Although the most popular areas for liposuction are the thighs, ‘love handles’ and stomach, the procedure can be performed on almost any area of stubborn fatty deposits of less than 10lbs.
Most people looking to undergo liposuction do so alongside a regimen of physical exercise and a healthy, balanced diet. Achieving the body they want doesn’t have to be a pipe dream.