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Liposuction: A Popular Surgical Option To Combat A Slowing Metabolism



November 23rd, 2013

Many women in their thirties begin noticing changes in the way their body stores fat.  Whereas in your teenage years and twenties, you may have been able to routinely eat fatty foods and sweets without seeing much of a change around your waistline, that quickly changes as women enter their thirties.  Faced with a slowing metabolism and for some the extra weight gained from childbirth, many women turn to cosmetic options to treat and eliminate this extra cellulite.  Even with regular exercise and a healthy diet, some women may still have stubborn pockets of fat that simply will not disappear.

Although there are non-surgical options available on the market, Liposuction is the most effective means of eliminating unwanted fat.  If you have any questions about Liposuction and would like to know whether or not it could help with your own personal problem areas on your body, please set up a consultation.

Please be sure to check your plastic surgeons credentials and call the proper organizations to verify that they are indeed an active member.  When performed by an unlicensed surgeon, Liposuction can leave terrible scarring and in extreme cases result in death.  There are many people out there posing as surgeons and I beg you to do your homework before going under the knife.  I recommend not visiting Med Spa’s for Liposuction or any other surgical or non-surgical procedure.

If you have any questions about Liposuction or how to check a surgeon’s credentials, please do not hesitate to call my office at (800) 559-3056.