How liposuction can reduce and remove unwanted fat from the body
Both men and women often have parts of the body that make them self-conscious about their appearance. Regardless of how many hours are spent at the gym or how the diet is improved, some fat pads may be resistant. Procedures such as liposuction may be recommended for patients looking to sculpt the fat in these areas.
What is liposuction?
Dr. Scott E. Kasden of Argyle, Texas, describes liposuction as a fat removal treatment. It works by manually reducing excessive fat in specific areas of the body where it detracts from the appearance . The procedure is performed using a cannula (a tube-like surgical instrument) to reduce or remove fat at Kasden Plastic Surgery. Very small incisions are made (usually only one stitch is used per incision) for the procedure.
During a consultation appointment with our experienced team, you can learn how to address these areas and whether or not this procedure is right for you. Note that liposuction is not a weight loss procedure.
Which body areas are candidates for liposuction?
Liposuction is an option that uses suction to remove fat from specific areas of your body, including:
- Chin fat and neck fat
- Lipo 360 (abdomen, flanks, back)
- Bra fat
- Waist and hips
- Buttocks (banana roll)
- Inner and outer thighs
- Mons Pubis
Liposuction is an excellent technique to sculpt diet and exercise fat resistant areas that make it difficult or impossible to find clothes to flatter your figure. It can do wonders to improve self-esteem and confidence.
How do I learn more about liposuction?
If you reside in North Texas and want to speak to a qualified plastic surgeon about liposuction services available at Kasden Plastic Surgery, Dr. Scott E. Kasden and his team are available and honored to assist you. The office is located at 144 Old Town Boulevard North, Suite #2, and can be reached by calling (817) 416-9980. The practice serves patients in and around the surrounding cities of Bridgeport, Grapevine, Keller, Southlake, Bartonville, Grapevine, Roanoke, Euless, Irving, Carrollton, Luther, Denton, and Fort Worth, TX.