Deciding If Liposuction Is Right For You

You may have stubborn pockets of fats that you need help removing. You know about liposuction and considering whether it’s for you and what’s the first step to take. You are even wondering if the price is worth it and if you’ll be happy with the outcome.

Who Is A Good Candidate for Liposuction?

The best candidate for liposuction is one in good health! You should be eating healthily and exercising regularly to be fit and comfortable with your weight. Liposuction is not going to assist you with your ideal weight, so be sure to get to that place to get value for your money.

Is Liposuction Your Ideal Solution?

If you are the right candidate for liposuction, you will yield highly satisfactory results. Liposuction and a combination of diet and exercise will give you perfect contouring and resist fat wherever they are located in the body–even in the face. But have realistic expectations for yourself.

Obesity is a problem, and some people would love to use liposuction to get thin and look their best. Do not rule out dieting and exercise, however. Liposuction is not a weight loss program.

Work To Maintain Your Results

The results of liposuction invariably make patients happy and confident with themselves, but maintenance is key after the surgery and recovery. You must protect your results.

Many people go on a weight loss program and receive sterling results. They get so happy about shedding the pounds that they celebrate the weight back on! Don’t let that be the case after liposuction. You must maintain the discipline and the desire to look great and remain healthy.

Commitment to the Process of Fitness

Before you do the procedure, prepare to commit yourself to a lifestyle change if that's what it takes. If you don't do that, you'll only be wasting your money for momentary gratification. It's an ongoing process to stay in shape, and you must commit to it or be in the surgeon's office again shortly.

* To Be An Ideal Candidate, you must have a healthy weight. That is–have a BMI under 30, and if you are presently losing weight, be about 15 pounds from your goal.

* You are not a good candidate if you have loose skin. Over time skin loses its elasticity.

* You are not a good candidate if you smoke and drink. Tobacco or e-cigarettes can increase the risk of complications in surgery.

* If you use Anticoagulants, such as Aspirin, NSAIDs, these will increase the risk of bleeding