Is One Type of Lipo Better for Just a Small Amount of Fat?

You work hard to maintain a healthy diet and exercise routine. Unfortunately, no matter how many hours you spend in the gym, you still have stubborn areas of fat that don’t seem to budge. In this case, liposuction can help remove that stubborn fat.

You may benefit from liposuction if you are at or near their goal weight and want to remove stubborn fat pockets. Two liposuction techniques work well for targeting these small areas of fat, whether it is just a small pinch of fat on your tummy or a stubborn layer around your midsection.

VASERlipo®Helps Target that “Pinchable” Fat

VASERlipo® is a specialized liposuction method designed to target thin layers of fat that obscure the underlying muscle. For example, when you have spent every day in the gym doing crunches but still can’t achieve those six-pack abs, VASERlipo can help.

Liposuction is a great way to target stubborn fat that does not respond to exercise, no matter how little or how much.

This procedure can target those small areas of pinchable fat covering the defined muscle below, giving you the abdominal definition you desire. In addition to the abdominal area, VASERlipo can also help remove fat and define muscles in the chest, back, arms, hips, thighs, buttocks, knees and jawline.

360 Lipo Targets Fat around the Midsection

But what happens when you have a thin layer of that pinchable fat around your midsection? While traditional liposuction typically targets one specific area, 360 lipo targets your entire torso, including your abs, waist, hips and back. As the fat is removed, Dr. Andan can sculpt and shape, helping you to achieve the contours you desire.

Contact New York Surgical Arts today to learn which liposuction procedure will give you the results you desire.

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