Who Is A Great Candidate For Liposuction?

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If you’ve been trying to improve your appearance solely through diet and exercise, you may find you are starting to be a bit disappointed with the results. While you are definitely making progress, there may be areas of fat that are being stubborn and refusing to go away or get toned up as you want. In these situations, you may want to consider liposuction. Essentially a way to break up fat cells by suctioning them out of various parts of the body, it has produced excellent results for patients over the years. If you are interested in liposuction, here are some guidelines to let you know if you may be a good candidate for the procedure.

Good Overall Health
First of all, you should always be in good overall health prior to having any type of liposuction procedure. Since it is still considered a surgical procedure, you should be at optimal health levels prior to undergoing the procedure. If you have any questions about this, always discuss them with Dr. Meger during your consultation.

Diet and Exercise Just Don’t Work
If you have tried every diet you know and done every type of exercise possible to rid yourself of unwanted fat in your belly or elsewhere, liposuction may be a good option for you.

The Dreaded Double-Chin
As people age, the skin below the chin sometimes tends to begin sagging. As a result, you wind up with the appearance of a double-chin, which can make you look far older than your actual age. Since this is one thing that tends to make people self-conscious about their appearance, talk to Dr. Meger about liposuction for this particular area of concern regarding your body.

Whether it’s your thighs, arms, neck, back, belly, or elsewhere on your body, consider the many benefits of liposuction. If you are ready to get the body you’ve always wanted and feel liposuction may be the solution, schedule a consultation with Dr. Meger at your earliest convenience. To do so, you can call the office at 602-957-6000 or instead visit us online at drmeger.com/contact-us/ to schedule your appointment.

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