52-yr Old Dad Liposuction Under Local - Seattle, WA

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I had my procedure September 21st, 2016. After...

I had my procedure September 21st, 2016. After taking some medication to help me relax and some for preemptive pain control it was game on. It took about 2 1/2 hours from start to finish. Literally the only thing I felt was the stick from lidocaine to numb the incision sites. After it was all done I put the compression garment on, shook hands with the doctor and his staff then hit the road home. When I got home I moved slow and moaned a lot haha. I raised my couch about six inches which made getting up and down much easier. As far as pain goes it was maybe 3-4 out of 10 tops. I took a week off from work. I'm 21 days out from my procedure and can't believe what I see it's incredible!
Seattle Plastic Surgeon

For the past year and a half I searched everything I could on Liposuction the risk, cost, pro/con of general vs. local anesthesia (I chose local) and probably went through a bajillion before and after pics but THE most important search I did was for my surgeon. I searched for plastic surgeons within a 300 mile radius found dozens and met with three. I wanted the best, I chose the best. It just so happens the best was 3 1/2 hours away in Seattle, Dr. Joshua Cooper MD, FACS. Dr. Cooper's skill, ability and knowledge are unmatched he's a phenomenal surgeon. I've posted my before and after pics (first day post op) and gota say DAMN! I look goood lol. All due to Dr. Cooper's skill and ability.. Thank you Dr. Cooper and btw you have great staff :D

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