S.A.F.E. liposculpture offers clients a gentle, innovative approach to liposuction that is an effective alternative for body contouring. It does more than remove stubborn deposits of fat. It can also assist in enhancing the contours of the body. A cannula, a narrow surgical tube, is inserted into a small incision in a targeted area. The
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Many people who have struggled with excessive weight have resorted to aggressive forms of surgical intervention to prevent the problem from reaching dangerous or potentially life-threatening extremes. One such measure is liposuction. Though this procedure is widely successful, certain individuals might experience difficulty keeping their weight down following the said procedure. Seattle-based plastic surgeon Dr.
Liposuction is one of the most popular surgical cosmetic procedures for removing fat deposits that can’t be exercised or dieted away. The surgery can target multiple areas of the body including the abdomen, hips, glutes, thighs, and arms. But according to new research, removing abdominal fat can cause a person to develop dangerous belly fat.
Have you ever wished you could take fat from one area of your body and move it to another? Well, a fat transfer does just that, and if you’ve already opted for your tummy tuck procedure, it’s a great time to make it happen. Here are some of the benefits of adding a fat transfer
Do you want to enhance the appearance of your breasts but don’t want to undergo a more invasive surgery with implants? You might consider a fat transfer, a natural solution to enhancing your breasts! There are many benefits to choosing the fat transfer technique, but it’s not right for everyone. Keep reading to find out
It’s a new year in Seattle and Bellevue, which means many are striving to stick to their new year’s resolutions of hitting the gym. However, sometimes those extra fatty deposits just won’t budge, no matter how much you run. If you are struggling with fat deposits that just won’t go away, S.A.F.E. Lipo may be
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) recently released new statistics on cosmetic procedures, which shows a continuous growth in popularity of aesthetic services and a shift in the type of procedures patients are choosing since the year 2000. According to the annual report, there was a 2 percent increase in surgical and minimally-invasive cosmetic procedures