Can liposuction or any other procedure help to slim my broad upper body? (Photo)
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Looking to slim upper body
- First of all - you have a superb shape - fit, elegant waist and nice curves so don't be too hard on yourself.
- Yes, I think the upper body fullness is from fat redistributing after lower body liposuction.
- It can be removed with liposuction and injected into your buttocks - but maybe not enough to make a big difference.
- For more buttock fullness, you can also consider a buttock implant in the buttock muscle.
Hope you find this information helpful. Best wishes.
Can liposuction or any other procedure help to slim my broad upper body?
Further liposuction and fat transfer
undergoing a liposuction of your upper back, shoulders and arms may potentially young and nice improvement.Fat from any part of the body can be used for fat transfer such as a BBL.I suggest consulting with an experienced board-certified plastic surgeon who has ample experience in liposuction and feta transfer.To get an idea of how much improvement as possible and exam is definitely needed.Best,Mats Hagstrom M.D.
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You appear to be very fit. Your upper body is broad, and if you do not have fatty tissue there, it cannot be reduced. A broad rib case is "fixed."
There is no harm in meeting with a plastic surgeon to see if there is something that can be done. plasticsurgery.org is a great resource.
I don't think liposuction will help you
David Berman md
Liposuction areas, broad shoulders and back.
It is hard to tell from your pictures if the areas in which you are discussing is fat or muscle. It would be best to be assessed in person by a board certified plastic surgeon. They can inform you on some recommendations that are exclusive to your situation.
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