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4 Reasons Why Body Sculpting is the Ideal Liposuction Companion

Find out why a liposuction and body sculpting combination is ideal for removing stubborn fat. Schedule an appointment in Santa Barbara.

Aesthetic treatments try their best to be distinct from their surgical counterparts. It’s common to see body sculpting options advertised with “non-invasive” and “no downtime” in their headlines. Likewise, you wouldn’t usually think that liposuction involves contouring technology. But, any effective liposuction technique must include some degree of body sculpting to deliver the best results.

Liposuction is not just the removal of fat; it’s an art. This delicate process requires suctioning and fat manipulation to get a stunning result. Below are a few more facts about this powerful treatment combination. For more, get in touch with our team at Turner Medical Arts by scheduling your appointment today.

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Reason #1: It’s an Essential Combination for Natural Results

All forms of liposuction involve two processes; the dislodging of fat and the suctioning of fat out of the body. Traditional forms of liposuction accomplish the first process by using a cannula. A cannula is inserted into the body and moved to dislodge fat before suctioning it out.

When body contouring is added into the mix, the surgeon carefully manipulates the remaining fat in the body to create definition and a natural appearance. That kind of precise attention is required to retain a natural-looking body shape.

Reason #2: It Can Help Highlight Muscle Definition 

While traditional liposuction is concerned with volume reduction, a liposuction and body contouring combination is more focused. By addressing targeted areas of pinchable fat, the surgeon can remove areas of excess while leaving desirable fatty areas intact.

This is especially important for highlighting muscle definition. Thanks to careful body contouring, muscles are left a tiny bit thicker than their surrounding areas. This enhances their contour, creating deeper shadows that really show off your progress at the gym.

Reason #3: A Liposuction and Body Sculpting Combo is Versatile

The common belief is that liposuction is mainly concerned with fat removal in the abdominal area. However, the procedure is quite versatile and made more so by including body contouring. Chiseled abs, precisely cut deltoids, and a tighter, more defined chest are some of the expected benefits of this treatment. Areas that are commonly operated on include:

  • The arms
  • The chest
  • The chin and neck
  • The upper back
  • The waistline and stomach
  • The hips and thighs
  • The buttocks

Reason #4: It’s More Transformative Than Body Sculpting Alone

Body contouring treatments are an excellent method of reducing fat in targeted areas. However, the changes they provide are minimal and meant to be enhanced in conjunction with diet and exercise. So, if you have large areas of stubborn fat, a body contouring procedure may not be enough to get you the look you want.

Liposuction is, of course, a surgical procedure. Therefore, it can be used to remove a large volume of fat. Along with body contouring, this process can give you faster and more noticeable results than relying on a non-invasive treatment. For those who want to transform their lives, this can be an ideal solution.

Try Liposuction and Body Contouring Today

At Turner Medical Arts, we’re experts in providing our patients with the results they’re looking for. If you are interested in removing fat and enhancing your muscle definition, our body contouring and liposuction combination may be right for you.

Get in touch with our Santa Barbara, California office today to see if this procedure aligns with your goals. You can reach our office by calling (805) 962-1957 or filling out the form below.


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