Weight loss can be a difficult challenge. You may have a hard time achieving the results you are looking for with diet and exercise alone. In spite of your best efforts and significant weight loss, you may have areas of your body that maintain their stubborn fat. When that happens, liposuction can help aid you in reaching your goals.
Removing Fat Cells
Liposuction removes fat cells from a targeted area of your body, giving you a more contoured look. Depending on what area you focus on, this can help make your clothing fit better and more naturally. You may even be able to go down a jean size if you are able to target stubborn areas such as thighs or love handles.
A Healthy Diet
A healthy diet and exercise are important to maintain your results with liposuction. Although fat cells are removed in liposuction, the remaining fat cells in your body can get larger if you do not maintain a good diet. Liposuction alone is not a substitute for weight loss measures such as diet and exercise. Avoiding fatty foods will help you maintain your results.
There are several common areas that hold onto stubborn fat even though you have done everything you can to lose the fat and tone up. The most common are the thighs, saddle bags (the stubborn fat between hip and thigh), and buttocks. You may also have difficulty trimming the fat on the inside of the knees, which can keep jeans and slacks from fitting properly. Liposuction assists you in losing the fat in these areas for a more contoured look and results that just can’t be obtained with exercise.
If you have undergone a weight loss transformation and still aren’t happy with the way you look, we can help. Liposuction in Tampa may just be the answer you are looking for. Contact us today for more information.
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