Liposuction is a great option for those looking to remove excess fat on their body. The procedure can address unwanted fat in both large and delicate areas of the body such as – stomach area, love handles, lower back, arms, thighs, neck, face, and ankles. Surgeons perform minimally invasive laser liposuction in Manhattan using the FDA-approved Smartlipo Triplex workstation that uses three laser wavelengths (1064 nm, 1320 nm, and 1440 nm) to liquefy fat, coagulate tissues, reduce bleeding, and tighten the skin. By removing stubborn fat, the procedure can produce significant improvements in your overall body contour.
What Liposuction Can’t Do
However, there are certain misconceptions related to the procedure. Before undergoing liposuction, it is important for candidates to know what liposuction can and can’t do.
The right candidates for liposuction are those who are at a stable, healthy weight, and are concerned about excess fat that is resistant to even rigorous diet and exercise. Make sure to get rid of any misconceptions regarding liposuction results and have realistic expectations regarding the procedure outcomes. Whether you are considering Smartlipo laser liposuction in NYC or the conventional procedure to get rid of stubborn fat and to improve body contour, schedule a virtual consultation with an experienced liposuction surgeon in an AAAASF-accredited plastic surgery center.