Diet and exercise can help you get and keep a healthy figure, but sometimes you need a little help. Did you know your body is genetically disposed to retain pockets of fat? These fatty deposits are often almost impossible to get rid of without some outside assistance.
At Old Town Med Spa, Dr. Roxanna Sabau understands how difficult it can be to maintain a slim and sleek profile. Along with genetics, aging, and pregnancies can all cause your body to hand onto fat. Liposuction can help you obtain your desired figure. The procedure does not replace diet and exercise, but it can provide you with the finishing touch.
What Can Liposuction Treat?
Liposuction is a procedure that removes pockets of fat, giving you a more toned and contoured appearance. Clothing fits better and patients also report a boast in their self-confidence. At Old Town Med Spa, we can create unique treatment plans that fit your needs.
Pockets of unwanted fat can appear almost anywhere on the body. Even your ankles can benefit from liposuction. Removing fat from your calves, thighs, and buttocks gives you sleeker, more toned legs.
Other popular treatment areas include the back, hips, and upper arms.
Liposuction can reduce the appearance of love handles or a muffin top. It is also effective at removing excess fat from the neck, chin, face, and jowls. The procedure is not solely reserved for women, we also treat men. Guys can remove fat from their chests, giving them a slimmer, more contoured profile.
Is There a Long Recovery Time After Liposuction?
Liposuction is a surgical procedure, and you should expect some recovery time. Most of our clients experience minimal discomfort, typically only some bruising and swelling. Most patients can get back to their regular routines after a few weeks. It’s when you can show off your newly contoured body.
Schedule Your Consultation Today!
You can learn more about liposuction by contacting one of our Chicago, Illinois offices online or by calling 312-313-0330 to schedule a consultation with one of our board-certified surgeons.