For men who are dealing with stubborn areas of fat that are resistant to diet and exercise, Liposuction may be able to help.
What is Liposuction?
A Liposuction in Boston is done to eliminate unwanted and stubborn areas of fat that diet and exercise cannot eliminate alone. Liposuction is a body plastic surgery procedure most commonly done on the abdomen, flanks, love handles, and breasts.
How is Liposuction done?
Liposuction for men is done the same way liposuction for a woman is done; only it targets different areas of the body. Laser Liposuction is the technique used, which purposes a laser fiber that generates heat, liquefying the fat before liposuction is used. This creates easier fat removal, and can even cause skin tightening in men due to the thicker dermis of male skin.
First, the treatment area will be filled with a tumescent liquid to shrink blood vessels and cause numbing. The laser fiber with then be applied, liquefying the fat. Cannulas or thin suction tubes will then be inserted into small incisions to carefully remove the liquefied fat.
Who is a good candidate for Liposuction?
Ideal candidates for liposuction from Dr. Narasimhan have stubborn areas of fat that cannot be eliminated by following a healthy lifestyle. Good candidates will also have a minimal quantity of excess skin and good skin elasticity. Patients should be no more than 20 pounds above their desired weight. It is important to understand that liposuction is not a weight-loss technique.
What should I expect during recovery from Liposuction?
Recovery from Liposuction takes about two to three weeks. A compression garment must be worn to ensure optimal healing. Any type of exercise or vigorous activities should be avoided for two the three weeks, or until the swelling subsides.
If you are interested in eliminated unwanted stubborn fat, contact us today at (978) 369-1579 for more information about Liposuction. We would be happy to schedule your initial consultation. For more information regarding liposuction or any other procedure, visit our blog page.