Constantine Cosmetic Surgery has published a new article entitled Liposuction Surgery, which sheds light on the most important aspects of liposuction, liposculpture, lipoplasty and a variety of other terms all used to describe one of the most common cosmetic procedures performed annually in the United States. For anyone seeking a change in the way they look, both woman and men and other interested individuals can view the full article at http://www.constantinecosmeticsurgery.com/html/liposuction.html
The article includes several interesting pieces of information, one in particular is liposuction is not a weight loss procedure.The ideal candidates for liposuction are healthy individuals within a normal weight range. They have firm, elastic skin and have localized areas of excessive fat. Patients with skin that has lost elasticity from weight gain, pregnancy or aging may not be appropriate candidates for liposuction. This should be of particular interest to Anyone seeking a change in the way they look because liposuction can effectively treat and sculpt problem areas of the body including the chin/neck, chest, upper arms, “love handles” (flanks), back, abdomen, hips, inner thighs, “saddle bags” (outer thighs), knees and ankles.
One of the most important piece of information the article tries to convey and communicate is each year several hundred thousand women and men seek improvement in various areas of their body using liposuction techniques. Liposuction is a procedure that can help sculpt the body by removing unwanted fat from the abdomen, hips, buttocks, thighs, knees, upper arms, chin, cheeks and neck. Liposuction has undergone many refinements in the last several decades, including the tumescent technique. The best example of this is perhaps found in the following extract:
‘With the tumescent technique, large volumes of saline solution, local anesthesia, and adrenaline are infused into the fatty area being treated to cause swelling. This enables a surgeon to maneuver a small instrument called a cannula, connected to a vacuum machine, superficially under the skin. The cannula is inserted into the fatty tissue through tiny incisions.’
In discussing the article’s creation, Dr. Steven Constantine, Owner at Constantine Cosmetic Surgery said:
“During the consultation phase the practice will discuss the type of procedure which is most appropriate for each individual.”
Regular readers of Constantine Cosmetic Surgery will notice the article takes a familiar tone, which has been described as ‘Informational’. More details at http://www.constantinecosmeticsurgery.com/html/tummytuck.html
Constantine Cosmetic Surgery now welcomes comments and questions from readers, in relation to the article, as they are intent on helping potential patients understand various options with body contouring. The reason is simply because alot of misconceptions about the candidates for liposuction exist.
Anyone who has a specific question about a past, present, or future article can contact Constantine Cosmetic Surgery via their website at http://www.constantinecosmeticsurgery.com/
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