Liposuction isn't what it used to be: You now have more options than ever for sculpting your body with less invasive procedures. These options offer minimal scarring from tiny incisions and a relatively short recovery time.
The arms and back are one of the toughest areas to tone through exercise. In many cases, people want sleek and slim arms without a muscular appearance which makes reducing fat in these areas through exercise even more difficult. Our lipo-360 provides a viable alternative for improving the appearance of your arms and upper body. Since the procedure is less invasive than other methods, there is minimal scarring and shorter recovery time – a few weeks in most cases. It's important that surgeons take a conservative approach to liposuction in the arms. Removing too much fat can produce a bumpy or unnatural look. That's why it's common to combine lipo-360 with other skin-tightening methods such as Vella Shape III to produce a smooth appearance with excellent results. But lipo-360 isn't just for improving arm appearance. In fact, it's a popular solution for removing fat in a variety of upper body areas including: • Accessory breasts: bulges in front of the armpit. (These are very common even in otherwise thin individuals.) • Posterior axillary fat pads: bulges in the back of the armpit • Most areas throughout the upper, mid, and lower back with undesirable fat deposits • Bra roll or bra bulge
We now offer a revolutionary procedure using liposculpture to help you achieve that hourglass shape you've always dreamed of but never thought was possible. Instead of simply removing unwanted fat, your surgeon will sculpt your midsection using the high-precision Vaser technique. This creates a smooth and slim waist while possibly accentuating the dimples of Venus in your lower back. Our experienced surgeons pay special attention to the back as well where unwanted fat deposits are extremely common. This close attention to detail produces a natural and sensual appearance. The end results? A contoured waist line – reducing between 5 and 7 centimeters on average.