Liposuction can also be performed on other areas of the body during the thigh procedure. … The end result is the restoration of well-contoured and proportionate thighs. In most cases, the front of the thighs are not treated at all. The majority of liposuction is performed on the outer or inner thighs.
Having liposuction on the inner thighs can visibly improve a silhouette and erase the problem of the inner thighs rubbing together.
Liposuction for Abdomen
Abdomen Liposuction is a process of removing fat from under the skin. Everyone has fatty deposits between their skin and muscle and this fat can be some of the most frustrating to lose through diet and exercise because it tends to be very stubborn.
Liposuction may be a good fit if you’re looking to remove small fat deposits. These are commonly found on the hips, thighs, buttocks, or stomach area. The procedure will remove fat deposits from the targeted area, reducing bulges and improving contour. However, liposuction isn’t recommended as a weight loss tool
Neck contouring creates a firmer, smoother and more refined appearance to the neck and chin. Even without making any other changes to the face, improving a thick, wrinkled or sagging neck can dramatically improve a one’s appearance, helping a patient look years younger or even as though he or she has lost weight. Neck contouring can also help restore balance to facial features by providing a better defined jawline that frames the rest of the face..
Because liposuction removes excess fat, but cannot significantly improve sagging skin, the typical neck liposuction patient will be younger, his his or her 20’s through early 50’s, as younger patients typically have good skin elasticity, which is necessary for the skin to contract smoothly and evenly after liposuction.