Even with a healthy diet and regular exercise, stubborn body fat around the abdomen and other body areas can be especially troublesome and challenging to remove. If you are like some people, you may even reach your target weight and still not be able to achieve the tight and toned look you are hoping for.
For the past many decades, liposuction has grown in popularity to become one of the most common cosmetic surgeries performed to remove body fat. Along with being highly effective, liposuction surgery is also very safe. However, there are still a few things you can do in preparation that will help your recovery and aid in seeing the best results.
The results from liposuction surgery can be long-lasting and even permanent. However, without a healthy diet and exercise, body fat can begin to accumulate and be just as challenging to remove. To help prevent this, try to make any changes to your diet months in advance. This will help create new habits, not add to changes during recovery.
Along with making proper changes to your diet, hitting your goal weight and building muscle, even if it is hidden by the layer of fat you are having removed, can also go a long way in not just creating a slimmer look after liposuction but also reveal a toned and muscular body. This will also help your body counter any stress during the healing process.
Lastly, plan to relax and take time to recover after your procedure. Liposuction surgery is different from many other types of procedures in that there are no structural changes and, therefore, is not as rigid as a recovery period. However, by allowing adequate healing time, you will more likely see even, proportional, faster results than rushing recovery.
Call the team at Main Line Plastic Surgery in Bryn Mawr, PA, to learn more about how liposuction surgery can bring you the aesthetic results you are after. The expert doctors and staff can also walk you through what to anticipate during recovery. Call the office at 484-222-0010, or visit www.mainlineplasticsurgery.com to schedule a liposuction consultation today.