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Abdomen

For Women

The abdomen is a problem area for many women, particularly after childbirth. Unwanted accumulations of fat can make clothes difficult to fit, it may be impossible to buy clothes ‘off the rack’. Liposculpture is often extremely helpful in these situations, and skin laxity is rarely a problem after the procedure. In fact, it is possible to remove quite large overhangs of skin without the need to resort to a ‘tummy tuck’ where the skin is cut and an ugly scar remains. Usually the upper and lower sections of the abdomen are treated at the same time. This helps get rid of the midriff area just below the rib cage which bulges when sitting. Any size of abdomen can be treated with liposculpture, small abdomens can be flattened for a ‘washboard stomach’ and pot bellies removed.

Often liposculpture of the abdomen can be combined with treatment of the hips and waist and the size of the whole torso is reduced, creating a waist, getting rid of that square look and giving the whole central section a real rejuvenation.

Even if the skin and tissue appears loose with extra skin in folds over the abdomen, liposculpture can vastly reduce the excess skin with no cuts and thus minimum disruption to a busy schedule.

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Look at the results…

In general men’s unwanted fatty deposits are most commonly over the abdomen and the flanks or ‘love handles’. They tend to increase with age and just about every man has them to some extent. Big or small, reduction of these areas will make a huge improvement to shape. There is less excess to hang over the belt and the improvement in profile when you stand in front of the mirror can be dramatic.

Often liposculpture of the abdomen can be combined with treatment of the hips and waist and the size of the whole torso is reduced, creating a waist, getting rid of that square look and giving the whole central section a real rejuvenation.

 

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