Losing weight and building muscle is a hard process. A person must be dedicated to their body goals and make a lot of sacrifices to achieve the physique they desire. However, our body issues may go beyond what diet and exercise can improve. Some people may have to look to plastic surgery to create the body shape they want. There may be just a few more pounds someone needs to address or excess skin they cannot get rid of without surgery. Body sculpting procedures are designed to remove unwanted fat and skin for healthy individuals. Dr. Perez-Gurri or Dr. Garcia can help you decide on the right body sculpting procedure to meet your anatomy and goals.
Eliminate Unwanted Fat
Flatten And Tone The Abdomen
Enhance The Size And Shape Of The Buttocks
Some people were born with a small, undefined butt or have lost volume due to aging. The Brazilian Butt Lift is an ideal technique for creating a more curvaceous and attractive backside. The surgery is performed by taking unwanted fat from one area of the body (typically the abdomen, thighs, hips, flanks, or upper arms). The removed fat cells are purified and cleaned through a specially designed system that prepares them for fat transfer. The fat is placed in cannulas and then injected into the buttocks. Because the procedure uses the patient’s fat, it is a safe and effective surgery for augmenting the buttocks. Patients can achieve larger, more shapely buttocks that complement the entire physique.
Body sculpting is an ideal option for patients who are at or near their ideal weight and have a few pockets of fat they would like to target. Patients should be realistic in their expectations and want to have surgery for themselves. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons can provide you with all the information you need about preparing for body contouring surgery.
To learn more about body sculpting, schedule a consultation with Dr. Perez-Gurri or Dr. Garcia today! They are both highly qualified plastic surgeons who can evaluate your body and goals to help you decide on the right procedure. Contact us by calling (305) 596-2228 or by filling out our online contact form.