Excess body fat is something most people struggle with – as shown by the 250,000 yearly liposuction treatments performed in the U.S.
Even extremely fit individuals find it incredibly hard to shed lingering body fat around the lower abdomen, thighs, buttocks, and upper arms. These stubborn pockets of fat can cover up the muscle definition you worked so hard to develop in all those hours at the gym.
Fortunately, there is now a readily available revolutionary liposuction technique which can selectively remove fat from specific locations on a patient’s body.
Known as high-definition liposuction (HD liposuction), this advanced multi-stage procedure gives patients the coveted trim and toned physique they desire.
HD Liposuction Is Traditional Liposuction’s More Refined Sibling
HD liposuction is a step forward from traditional liposuction, but this is not to say that conventional liposuction is now obsolete and doesn’t serve a purpose.
Traditional liposuction is incredibly beneficial to patients who need a more general solution to body sculpting.
During traditional liposuction, your plastic surgeon uses a microcannula and vacuum to suck out fat tissue from the desired location. The result is a reduction in the quantity of fatty tissue in areas of substantial fat deposits, generally the lower abdomen and thighs.
High-definition liposuction, on the other hand, is a far more refined procedure and can work on any part of the body where you want to achieve targeted fat loss.
Before vacuuming out the fat cells, HD liposuction involves the use of vibration amplification Sound of energy resonance, or VASER, technology to liquefy fat in trouble spots. By liquefying fat tissue before vacuuming it out, HD liposuction is far more precise and allows your surgeon to sculpt around the musculature of the treatment area. The result is a highly defined, HD physique.
Different Results With HD Liposuction
The difference between traditional liposuction and HD liposuction lies, of course, in the outcomes.
Traditional liposuction provides a reduction in fat, whereas HD liposuction results in the appearance of muscle lines and definition.
As such, HD liposuction is a better choice for people who are at or near their ideal body weight. HD liposuction accentuates what is already there. If you are already trim and fit, HD liposuction offers the ideal solution to show the lines of your abdomen, shoulders, and thighs.
High-Definition Liposuction in Boca Raton, FL
A physique that can take years of dieting and intense exercise to sculpt is now achievable with a straightforward medical procedure. If you desire a trimmer, toned silhouette in the Boca Raton, Florida, area, reach out to Dr. Scott Farber at 561-503-2700 or fill out his online form to arrange your consultation. Dr. Farber is a leading plastic surgeon and is proud to be one of the first offering HD liposuction in the region.