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Applying Liposuction is aimed at slimming or reshaping particular areas of the body by removing redundant fat deposits and ameliorating body contours and proportions. To the following parts of the body, Liposuction can be applied:

  • Abdomen
  • Hips
  • Neck
  • Thighs
  • Buttocks
  • Upper Arms

It also should be figured out, that Liposuction can be performed alone or along with other plastic procedures such as breast reduction, facelift, and abdominoplasty. It is extremely momentous to note that Liposuction is not a treatment for obesity and cannot substitute proper and healthy diet. Yet, Liposuction is a very effective way of treating regional fat deposition.


Abdominoplasty also known as Tummy Tuck Surgery is performed to remove excess fat and skin. As far as this surgery is concerned, in the overwhelming majority of cases reinstates weakened or separated muscles thus making the abdominal shape firmer and smoother. A flat and well-toned abdomen is one of the most desired profiles. Although it can be reached through active exercises and fasting nevertheless it extremely arduous task. Furthermore, sometimes natural methods don’t lead to the desired result. It is also should be pointed out that even a person with a healthy body weight can develop an abdomen that is loose and sagging. This is caused by several reasons, such as aging, heredity, pregnancy, and considerable fluctuation in weight.

It is extremely important to point out that like Liposuction, Abdominoplasty does not substitute natural weight loss or relevant exercise programs. Also, the patients have to take into consideration that although the results of Abdominoplasty are factually permanent nonetheless positive results can be seriously deteriorated due to the bodyweight fluctuations. Therefore, patients who are planning considerable weight loss or considering future pregnancies should postpone Abdominoplasty.

Stretch marks can not be corrected, but if they are in the targeted area, they can be removed or somewhat ameliorated.

Arm Lift

Applying Arm-Lift which is also known as Brachioplasty, the goal is to reach better contours of the arm. Even if an individual has a healthy weight and is fit, the skin may be not as elastic as it was once. The older age the more probability that one’s skin will be loose and sagging. Especially, after the serious weight loss and weight fluctuations the sagging and loose skin under the arm becomes pretty normal. During the arm-lift surgery, certain fat and an elliptical segment of skin from the inner back side of the arm will be removed in order to acquire a more aesthetic view. Generally, the patient can get back to strenuous activity two to three weeks after the surgery. As far as the surgery is concerned, it takes about two-three hours to perform it.

Post Bariatric-Surgery

In order to get rid of Post – Bariatric excessive skin, it is recommended to remove it via surgical intervention. In other words, to achieve desired forms, the removal of redundant skin becomes obligatory. Basically, skin removal surgery includes a range of body contouring procedures performed after major weight loss to address excess skin folds on the arms, legs, torso, and buttocks, helping patients reach a more natural and aesthetically pleasing shape. Excess skin removal often occurs in stages. A patient may need multiple surgeries. Certain procedures, such as a lower body lift or a panniculectomy combined with a tummy tuck, can occur during the same surgical appointment. It has to be pointed out that post-bariatric skin removal surgery can not be performed at the same time as other weight loss surgeries. It is also important to note that this surgery causes scarring, yet during the surgery it is endeavored by a surgeon to make the scar as possibly as invisible.

The long-term effects of body contouring surgery partly depend on patients’ ability to keep the weight off. Everyone experiences weight fluctuations throughout life. However, if a patient regains a substantial amount of weight after body contour surgeries, the skin will stretch. And if the weight is re-losed then the skin will sag again.

Hair Transplantation

Hair transplantation is a procedure in which a plastic surgeon moves hair to a bald area of the head. The surgeon usually moves hair from the back or side of the head to the front or top of the head. Hair transplants typically occur in a medical office under local anesthesia.

As far as baldness is concerned, it is caused due to the following reasons:

  • Diet.
  • Stress.
  • Illness.
  • Hormonal imbalance.
  • Medications.
  • Heredity.

It is also should be noted that hair transplantation is not an appropriate option for the following category of people:

  • Women with a widespread pattern of hair loss throughout the scalp.
  • People who don’t have enough “donor” hair sites from which to remove hair for transplant.
  • People who form keloid scars after injury or surgery.
  • People whose hair loss is due to medication such as chemotherapy.

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