Choosing a Surgeon for Liposuction

Choosing a Surgeon for Liposuction

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Since: Jul 13

India

#1 Sep 13, 2013
Liposuction is a cosmetic surgery procedure that is less invasive than many of the other types of cosmetic surgeries.
The certified plastic surgeon will insert a small, hollow, metal rod into the area where the fat is to be removed.
A large vacuum pump is used to suction the fat away from the area. Even though liposuction is less invasive than other types of surgeries, it is still important to carefully choose a surgeon to perform the liposuction procedure.
One way to find a good surgeon is to ask family members and friends for referrals. It is also a good idea to have an initial consultation with the surgeon to determine if liposuction will be able to achieve the desired results. If you are looking to give yourself a better shape, just do visit us at "cosmeticinstitute"

Since: Jan 14

Australia

#2 Jan 30, 2014
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Since: Jan 14

Australia

#3 Jan 30, 2014
I'm really curious about liposuctions and have been looking into brisbane plastic surgeons, specifically this place http://www.ffclinic.com.au but i'm just not sure what questions I should be asking or what i really need to from the surgeon before proceeding
Courtney Galler

Provo, UT

#6 Sep 11, 2014
I've been thinking about getting minimal liposuction to get rid of my last few baby pounds. I've been exercising a lot to work for it, and I'm almost there. My target weight is ten pounds away. http://www.smartliponewjersey.com

Since: Oct 14

Ventnor, UK

#7 Oct 13, 2014
When looking for a plastic surgeon, there are normally reliable directories which can be used to find a competent surgeon. For example, in the UK, http://baaps.org.uk/ [The British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons] has a list of certified professionals which can be searched by region.

Alternatively, you can search for specific clinics and treatments to find something which suits your needs. Personally, unless if a clinic has a detailed http://www.botonics.co.uk/treatments/liposuct... [page like this], I would always stick with the first option.

Hope this helps!
Angela K

Parkville, MD

#8 Mar 5, 2015
That's good to know that liposuction is considered to be less invasive than other cosmetic surgeries! I would definitely make sure that if you do want to get liposuction that you go to a professional that knows what they're doing. It is not just simply vacuuming out your fat and there are proper ways to do it. It can help you get that slimmer look if you're trying to lose a few pounds and don't want to go for a full tummy tuck. http://www.smartliponewjersey.com

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