21 Aug

Get Rid of Unwanted Fat with Plastic Surgery

lipo2Fat in unwanted areas is a common problem. Even if you are a thinner person, there can still be unsightly fat in areas that can’t be burned off with diet and exercise alone. Even if you exercise regularly and have a great diet, you cannot target those areas specifically with these methods. Sometimes, you just want the fat to disappear magically. It may not be magic, but plastic surgery is a great remedy to this problem.

Say Goodbye Stubborn Fat

Many surgeries can get rid of that stubborn fat on various parts of the body. If you have a pudgy stomach that no amount of sit-ups can tone, then a tummy tuck might just be for you. This is a great procedure for women who have given birth or people who have lost large amounts of weight. A tummy tuck can have the stomach looking smooth and toned like never before.

A Less Invasive Option

Otherwise, liposuction is a much less invasive and quicker solution. This procedure literally sucks fat from the body. People who are frustrated with traditional methods of getting rid of fat may choose this method. People who just want to slim down in short amount of time opt for this as well. Keep in mind that it is not permanent, as you can still regain the weight.

There are even laser procedures that can burn fat from problem areas. These laser procedures might be tough to endure, but the results are always great. Diet and exercise isn’t meant for everyone. With these surgeries, you can get the body you always wanted without the daily workouts and meal planning. However, even if the results are perfect, they will require some upkeep. While these surgeries can get rid of the fat, they are by no means a quick fix. Post-surgery maintenance will still be required.

Dr. William W. Adams MD

Plastic Surgeon at Dr. William W. Adams MD
Dr. William Adams is a serious surgeon. After stints in San Francisco, Portland, Oregon and Little Rock, Arkansas, he established his practice in St. Petersburg in 1995. For his internship and residency, he chose the prestigious Columbia Presbyterian Hospital in New York City, in large part because the program allowed him to immediately concentrate on plastic surgery. Find out more about Dr. Adams on Google + and Facebook