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									Even with rigorous diet and exercise, stubborn fat deposits can persist on the body
鈥?on the arms, abdomen, thighs, hips, flanks, etc. These fat deposits can detract from
the body 鈥檚 overall proportionality, and due to genetics, even routine diet and
exercise may not be enough to get rid of excess fat. In these cases, a patient may
consider cosmetic liposuction surgery. Liposuction surgery seeks to remove excess fat
from localized areas of the body and provide a surgeon with opportunity to smooth
and contour the body. Liposuction can be performed on almost all parts of the body:
the arms, chin, abdomen, flanks, hips, back, thighs (inner and outer) and the legs.
During a single liposuction surgery, two to three areas can be treated at once. At his
Beverly Hills liposuction office, Dr. David Amron can schedule a consultation with
his patients to determine whether he or she is a good candidate for liposuction. If he
determines that the patient is a candidate, he will utilize a variety of different sized
cannulas to remove excess fat from the area. Dr. David Amron makes a few tiny
incisions in the area to allow better access and to remove fat in a uniform manner.
These incision points are generally just a few millimeters long and heal so that they
are almost indiscernible. Dr. David Amron performs his liposuction surgery under
tumescent liposuction, which is a local anesthesia. According Beverly Hills
liposuction surgeon Dr. David Amron, tumescent liposuction yields a shorter recovery
period and decreased risk of clot formation and other complications that may result
from general anesthesia. In addition, patients can be up and walking around almost
immediately after the surgery and resume normal activities within a few days. Regular
activity and mild painkillers can reduce the minor swelling and bruising. With his
liposuction surgery patients, Dr. David Amron urges his patients to wear a
compression garment for a determined amount of time post-liposuction to aid in the
recovery process. Most liposuction surgeons agree that full results can only be seen
after at least a couple of months, once the swelling is reduced and the remaining fat as
settled. Liposuction surgery is not a replacement for a healthy lifestyle or regular
exercise. Dr. Amron urges his patients to refrain from crash dieting pre or post-surgery,
as it can affect or alter the end result. For candidates who are healthy but have
stubborn pockets of fat in localized areas, Dr. David Amron may suggest liposuction
surgery to remove excess fat and to create a more proportional outcome.
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