The liposuction procedure at Athenix Body Sculpting is a great choice for reshaping your body by removing fat in certain places. These can include your abdomen, arms and thighs, which are considered as problem areas for stubborn fat.
But are ready for it? Keep in mind that you may or may not be a good candidate for liposuction even when you have the money to pay for it. Your doctor will have the final say, especially when you are a high-risk patient. You be may be ready for it if and when you have these signs.
Recurring Issues with Your Weight
You may have applied every diet and exercise program to lose the excess weight and stubborn fat on your body yet nothing seems to be working. You may have been at it for several years but the excess weight and stubborn fat just keeps coming back! If this is the case, then you should seriously consider liposuction.
Of course, the proper diet and exercise regimen will still be a part of your post-liposuction life. While the procedure can remove the stubborn deposits of fat on your abdomen (i.e., love handles), thighs and arms, it isn’t a permanent shield against fat deposits. Your doctor will recommend diet and exercise to maintain the results, not to mention that you will feel better for it.
Getting the Last Fat Out
Let’s assume that you have shed the weight through proper diet and exercise. But there are still deposits of fat that just don’t seem to go away regardless of the diet, device and exercise applied on them. Again, liposuction may be your best answer.
Liposuction is a great way to get a lean look within a short time. Within a few weeks after the procedure, you will find that your body has been reshaped with none of the pesky fat deposits. Your waistline, for example, becomes more defined because your love handles have been removed.
Issues with Your Confidence
Do you dislike what you see when you look in the mirror? Do you suffer from self-confidence issues due to your body shape, particularly the fatty areas? Do you want a quick solution to your issues?
If you answered “yes” to these questions, then you are likely ready for a liposuction. Just remember, nonetheless, that a liposuction isn’t a treatment for mental health disorders (e.g., depression). But it can be a great answer to your self-esteem as it relates to your body shape.
Ask your plastic surgeon about your suitability as a candidate for liposuction. You may find that you are one and, thus, you can start preparing for it.