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What Does a Halo Lift Target?

The lower body is often the primary source of aesthetic concern for patients visiting Dr. Farber’s Boca Raton plastic surgery practice. People struggle to remove unwanted body fat in these regions, mainly the lower back, lower abdomen, buttocks, and thighs.

This is because our body stores fat here in times of hardship. Furthermore, some people also have a genetic predisposition to storing and holding more significant quantities of fat here, making it particularly difficult to sculpt the lower half of the body.

Fortunately, there is a solution available – the halo lift.

While several isolated procedures treat various parts of the lower body, such as liposuction or a butt lift, the halo lift is a comprehensive treatment.

Here, Dr. Scott Farber discusses the halo lift and which body parts it targets.

What is a Halo Lift?

A halo lift is a single comprehensive surgery that produces dramatic results in the abdomen, thighs, and buttocks. Similar to the mommy makeover, the halo lift combines several surgeries into one sitting.

How Does a Halo Lift Work?

The halo lift eliminates excess skin and fatty tissue from the lower abdomen, lower back, buttocks, and thighs, all at once.

The procedure often gets its name because people experiencing concerns with their lower body report feel like they have a ‘halo’ around their hips and thighs. The halo lift lifts this halo away and provides more of a desirable hourglass figure.

During the procedure, Dr. Farber uses liposuction to suck out excess, unwanted body fat. This reduces the volume of the lower body, leaving the skin loose and sagging. As such, the second stage of the procedure is to excise and remove the remaining skin. This pulls the skin tight over the physique, creating a smooth, tight, satisfying appearance.

What Part of the Body Does a Halo Lift Treat?

The halo lift targets the lower part of the body:

  • Lower abdomen
  • Lower back (treating ‘muffin tops’ or ‘love handles’)
  • Buttocks
  • Thighs

Halo Lift in Boca Raton, FL

To discuss any halo lift treatment desires you have in the utmost confidence with an industry-leading expert, contact Farber Plastic Surgery at 561 503 2700 or fill out this online form to arrange your private consultation and start your journey back towards looking your best this summer.