Waist Contouring for a Slimmer Spring

With flowers freshly blooming and the earth shedding its winter coat, spring is a season of renewal, and it’s the perfect time to create a new, improved you.

The season of new beginnings could also bring a more streamlined silhouette and enviable figure, with the help of some of these body contouring and liposuction options.

If you’re thinking about contouring your body, now is the perfect time to start getting ready for the warmer weather.

Body Contouring

Dr. Andan will help you to identify the best option for you during your initial consultation.

When you’re planning your new spring body, there are a number of body contouring options which could help you to achieve a figure you’re happy to bare. Everyone considering body contouring will have a different, individual goal in mind, which may involve focusing on the thighs, buttocks, upper arms or lower back.

360-Degree Liposuction

Rather than concentrating on just one area, 360-degree liposuction provides a more rounded solution, potentially bringing you even closer to your spring and summer body. Liposuction on the full torso, abdomen, waist and back could be ideal for adding the finishing touches to a new, slimmer you by targeting the stubborn areas that your diet and exercise couldn’t quite improve.

Waist Contouring

Who doesn’t want an hourglass figure? This particular shape has long been considered the epitome of femininity, and waist contouring could be the key to creating it on your own body. A slimmer waist, framed by your natural curves, can have a jaw-dropping effect. You may also wish to combine it with breast enhancement for a more striking effect. Your bikini body starts here!

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Waist Contouring for a Slimmer Spring Season
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Waist Contouring for a Slimmer Spring Season
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Hoping to start working on your bikini body this spring? Dr. Gordon Andan of New York outlines some body contouring options to help you reach your dream look by summer.
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New York Surgical Arts
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