Liposuction Helps These Surprising Spots

June 3, 2014

Liposuction is a great option to rid the body of unwanted fat and excess inches and weight. In fact, this is something that more and more patients are turning to as time goes on. This is a procedure that is minimally invasive, and will get you results that you have been longing for. However, you may not realize that you have some small problem spots that can be significantly improved by a simple liposcution procedure. Read on to find out more.


The jawline


 Jowels and any early signs of them can actually make you look much older than you are, because the fatty deposits these contain can make you look as though you have a double chin. If you choose to slim your jawline, as well as your upper neck and chin, you will not only look younger, but you'll look thinner as well.


The torso


Many women find themselves with a lot of excess fat around the upper torso (the shoulders) or the back, and may feel embarrassed. Luckily, a well-targeted body contouring session can get these problem spots away.


The ankles


Some women call them "cankles" and these are ones that lack slim lines. You can actually rid your ankles of excess fat with this simple procedure.


The breasts


If you have any concern about scarring when you are wanting to undergo a breast reduction surgery, consider liposuction! This procedure can suck fat away, and it is regonized by the American Society of Plastic Surgery as a good option for this type of procedure. Keep in mind that this type of liposuction is much better for something subtle rather than a large reduction.


If you have questions about liposuction or any procedures relating to it, we can answer those for you. Dr. Franks is a board-certified plastic surgeon who not only understands these procedures, but knows what you need before you undergo them. For more information and a free consultation, contact Erin or Jenae at 421.4299.

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