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7 Things You Should Know About Love Handle Liposuction + Recovery

7 Things You Should Know About Love Handle Liposuction + Recovery

The popularity of plastic surgery isn't stopping anytime soon. In 2017 there were 17.5 million procedures worldwide, representing a 2% rise since 2016.

Within this number, liposuction represents about a quarter of the procedures, which goes to show that people are becoming more and more concerned with their self-appearance.

Slimming down the body isn't an easy task, but it's surely possible. Love handles, which are the flaps of fat surrounding the waist, are frustrating for people struggling to lose weight.

While you can tackle this through diet and exercise, you'll likely realize that it's pretty tricky. Our bodies have the genetic tendency of keeping fat around our lower section to serve as an energy reserve. Therefore if you've lost some pounds but want to make the final step to securing a toned midsection, then love handle liposuction may be your solution.

Here are seven things you should know about the procedure:

1. What's Traditional Liposuction?

Traditional liposuction is a surgical procedure that breaks down and removes fat from the body with the help of a cannula, a device that uses suction to extract the tissue from the body.

2. Ideal Candidates For Love Handle Liposuction

You're an ideal candidate for liposuction if you're close to your ideal weight and are a non-smoker. You also have pockets of fat that have been resistant to a healthy lifestyle that you'd like to get rid of.

3. Liposuction Isn't A Weight-Loss Method

Liposuction isn't a weight-loss method; it's solely designed to contour areas of the body through fat removal. 

Expect up to five liters of fat to be removed from your body with liposuction.

4. Preparation Is Key

Your plastic surgeon will provide you instructions for the days leading up to your surgery. It's recommended that you have a family member or close friend that can drive you to and from the surgical center and help you out with post-operative care.

5. Scarring Occurs In Traditional Liposuction

While the cannula is a small instrument, it still forms scars due to the formed incisions. The more areas of the body addressed, the more scarring the is.

Nevertheless, your surgeon will strategically place the incisions throughout the folds and crevices of your body to minimize the appearance. 

6. Results Take Time

Your plastic surgeon can help you form realistic results for your procedure. After your procedure, you will feel swelling, and your skin may feel loose, causing it to take several weeks and likely months for you to appreciate the full extent of your results.

7. Elite Body Sculpture Is An Advanced Form Of Lipo

Elite Body Sculpture provides patients with groundbreaking advanced liposuction. Love Handle AirSculpt® is a minimally invasive process that doesn't use a scalpel, needle, or general anesthesia within its liposuction technique, meaning no scarring or long recovery times.

We're the most innovative form of body sculpting in Beverly Hills, so call us at our office to schedule your free consultation.


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