Are you athletic, but try as you will, still can’t get a six-pack looking middle? Have you lost weight, but your newly tone muscles are still buried in stubborn pockets of flab?
There’s hope. It’s called LipoSculpture. According to Dr. Charles Sarosy, body contouring expert, many people have natural fat deposits that resist diet and exercise.
That’s why LipoSculpture is becoming so popular. This state-of-the-art cosmetic surgery procedure can give you the look you want.
Get a Defined Look
If you want to take your fitness efforts to the next level, LipoSculpture can give you a chiseled look. The most obvious way it helps is by removing unwanted fat.
But the procedure goes beyond reducing bulk. An experienced cosmetic surgeon with aesthetic flair can actually incorporate small sections of fat into the defined look you are after. By leaving specific tiny areas in place, the doctor can create the illusion of full muscles.
Common areas that respond well to the artistic detail used in LipoSculpture are love handles, abs, back, arms, thighs, and even under the chin.
What Is LipoSculpture?
LipoScultpure has much in common liposuction. During the surgery, the doctor takes out or leaves in fat cells between the muscles and the skin in order to produce a certain look in a person’s body.
When done by an experienced cosmetic surgeon, the procedure can actually leverage the fat you naturally have. For example, fat can actually be part of your ultimate look, helping to give the impression of six-pack abs.
The treatment is done by suctioning out fat through very thin tubes via tiny incisions in the skin. It can also be combined with other procedures, like a tummy tuck. If small areas are worked on, the work can be done with local anesthesia. For larger areas, IV sedation is used.
Are You a Good Candidate?
The treatment works best for people who are close to their best weight but simply can’t get rid of pockets of fat. The ideal candidate has a BMI under 30 and is a non-smoker. The more elastic the skin, with minimal UV ray damage, the better the outcome.
Not for Weight Loss
Though liposuction can be used for weight loss, LipoSculture has a different aim. The goal is to get rid of clusters of fat that don’t respond to diet and exercise. Yes, you will lose a certain amount of bulk. Patients might lose 5 to 10 lbs. during the procedure, but this is a side effect. The emphasis is bringing out a defined look and exposing chiseled musculature.
It is also not intended as a treatment for cellulite, saggy skin or stretch marks. Dr. Sarosy points out that LipoSculpture can actually worsen these particular conditions.
Charles Sarosy, M.D., has been helping men and women in the San Diego area look their best for over 15 years. He is considered an expert in body contouring. In fact, he has taught other physicians about LipoSculpture methods and best practices.
Dr. Sarosy is board certified by the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery. He has successfully performed a range of cosmetic procedures on thousands of happy patients in the last 17 years.
A natural, better you is the goal. Dr. Sarosy takes great pride in producing aesthetic results that enhance your best features.
He knows it is essential that both doctor and patient are clear on expectations, the best outcomes and what happens during the procedure. He thoroughly discusses what you want to achieve and how he can bring it about. Doctor and staff put patient safety and comfort at the top of the list from treatment through recovery.
Call Dr. Sarosy today to set up an appointment to discuss how LipoSculpture can help you show off your trimmed and toned torso.