Liposuction before – after, Dr Bellity
Localised excess fat such as saddle bags tends to stay put despite dieting because it is in our genetic make-up. This method is not designed to make you slimmer but to reshape the body. It is not a way of treating obesity.
The areas most often tackled by liposuction are saddle bags, hips, thighs, knees, the stomach, calves, ankles and arms. Other popular options are the oval of the face and the neck. As fat cells do not multiply, the results are stable and permanent.
Secondary weight gain is always possible if you over indulge but try to avoid this as the weight will, out of preference, go to those areas where liposuction has not taken place while losing weight after the operation will give even better results. Although it is only minimally invasive, liposuction is still a surgical operation and must only be carried out by a qualified cosmetic surgeon.