What will eliminate all my mid-section rolls completely (bra roll, back rolls, muffin top/tire around my waist/flanks)? (Photos)
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Meet your target weight before having body contouring procedures.
VASER Hi Definition Liposuction / Body Contouring with Fat Grafting and Tummy Tuck
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Elimination of mid-section rolls?
the same time. In a complete consultation your plastic surgeon can suggest future options, and may be able to direct you to a trusted weight loss professional in your area as well. Best of luck to you.
Getting rid of the Back rolls / Muffin Top
You have a BMI of close to 31 which pushes you into thre "Obese: range.
Can you have Liposuction and or Tummy Tuck? Probably. Would such operations give you the great result you deserve? Most likely not.
A MUCH better way would be to change to a healthy life style first. Use My Fitness Pal to track your food intake. Excercise doing Aerobics several times a week and do not consume soda at all. You will see a 20 pound weight drop in a few months.
Once this is accomplished your surgeon and you should have a discussion on what you really want to obtain with surgery. At that time, the cosmetic results would be VASTLY superior and longer lasting.
Peter Aldea MD
Li;posuction or weight loss
- If you possibly can, the best approach is some weight loss first.
- At your weight, 40 - 50 pounds will get rid of most or all of the excess fat.
- Then you can have liposuction for the resistant areas.
- Unless you have had children or have a genetic muscle weakness, you may not need a tummy tuck.
- What about consulting a nutritionist for advice on the foods and calories to eat (about 1800 a day), start a vigorous exercise program (aerobic, stretch and muscle) and give yourself six months to get to 145.
- This is not a diet - it is a permanent change in how you life. Don't rush it.
- Then have liposuction and afterwards lose another 10 pounds so fat does not re-appear in new areas.
- Always see a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.
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