If you have trouble fat areas on your stomach, thighs, hips, love handles, chest, knees, arms or neck, it isn’t uncommon to try liposuction as a solution. With liposuction, pockets of fat are suctioned out of the body because they just won’t respond to standard methods of diet weight loss and exercise.
One question that a lot of women have when considering liposuction is whether or not it is a long-term solution to the problem. And the answer is…it depends.
The Fat Is Gone
When you receive liposuction, the fat that you have removed is gone. It won’t come back, you’ve seen the last of it. It has been suctioned right out of your body and it won’t grow back in that spot.
The shape of your thighs or back or arms or wherever, will be changed and those troublesome fat deposits will be a thing of the past.
The Fat Can Return
Of course, that doesn’t mean you can mistreat your body afterward without any repercussions. If you gain weight the remaining cells will get larger.
It’s Really Up to You
It’s a wise choice to get yourself into the best possible physical condition before you go through with liposuction surgery. Liposuction is a good solution for changing the shape of certain areas of your body, but you need to help the process along when it comes to long term weight loss and maintenance.
When you enter into the surgery in good shape, with just a few problem areas to tackle, your results will be a lot more satisfying. You’ll also be able to maintain your new shape into the future.