Skinny but still have stubborn fat and I want ab etching. What procedure should I go for? (Photo)
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Vaser hi def lipo 4d
I appreciate your question.
Vaser assisted liposuction utilizes ultrasound to emulsify or melt felt prior to removal. It is also used to etch or define the muscles and normal anatomy to enhance the results. I use a specialized technique to remove the deeper fat areas and sculpt the superficial fat, so that one can achieve the goal of having not only a flatter stomach but also a more defined and curvaceous body if wanted. I can use this technique on the arms as well.
I also use the fat removed to graft into the pecs for men or breasts for women as well as into the arms and other areas to further enhance muscle definition.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam. Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic plastic surgery and high definition body contouring.
Best of luck!
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
What makes a patient a good candidate for abdominal etching?
When we do abdominal etching, we typically use 3 to 4 different types of liposuction to create the correct thickness of abdominal fat and then to etch around each bony landmark, muscle line, and tendon transcription. You have great skin and are in wonderful shape. Make sure you work with an ABPS board certified plastic surgeon with the correct tools and a lot of experience and you will get a terrific long lasting result. :)
Wanting abdominal etching?
In order to optimize abdominal etching results you need to choose a surgeon who has experience with
2)POWER X Liposuction TOOLS
3)J Plasma Cool Helium skin tightening
By utilizing all three modalities can optimal high definition results be achieved.
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Team work needed to reduce BMI and get highy defined curves
Achieving a highly defined goal as depicted in the first picture involves some team work. One would have to do some more stringent diet and exercise (to bring one's BMI closer to the highly defined lean look in the photo) and one's plastic surgeon providing the procedure of high definition abdominal and peripheral liposculpture ( to create the high def, cut torso in the first photo).
If determined to achieve this goal, one may wish to consult a nutrition/metabolic specialist, a body trainer, and a plastic surgeon for individualized advice on all areas of concern.
I wish you well through your pre and post operative stages of your procedure if you are set on your goals. Its always good to remember, you look fine the way you are and some minor liposhaping may give you a far better balanced look than trying to match a highly defined, cut torso picture as a goal.
Etching and Lipo
The first photo shows a patient with very little body fat in her core. She is probably in the 4-8% body fat range. Though liposuction and abdominal etching will improve your contour, the end result will probably not look this lean and defined.
You seem to be a great candidate for abdominal etching procedures using liposuction. I think it will give you the contour and definition you are looking for. Best of luck!
Surjit S. Rai, MD
Dallas Plastic Surgeon
Hello, That's a great question!
You have a beautiful frame a for HD Lipo, HD Liposculture is an advanced body sculpting technique that creates an athletic, sculpted appearance. It works through the removal of both
superficial and deep fat that surrounds muscle groups to enchance the
visibility of underlying toning and musculature. The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam. Please see an osteopathic (MD with enhanced body contour/function training) board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery. I wish you well through your procedure and recovery process,
Dr. James S McAdoo DO FACOS
- 20 years experience
- 33,000 cases
- AOA board-certified plastic surgeon
Beverly Hills Abdominal Etching
Best of luck to you!Dr. Mentz
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