I am 5"6" and now weigh 155 lbs. oOst of my life I was very thin and my arms and legs are thin and wore a size 6 thru my 30's, crept up to an 8 in my 40's, then a 10 in my 50's. By the time in hit mid 60's I was a 12 and with the new modern sizes I had a hard time finding style I liked.
I decided to look into lip on my belly and chose Dr Jim Lyons of Westport, Ct because he had done a mini face lift on me in my early 50's and I found him to be a true artist and was very pleased with the results.
Dr Lyons now specializes in slim Lipo and I learned the difference between smart Lipo.
Slim Lipo uses two lasers one to melt the fat and one to tighten the skin.
Now three months post I could not be more pleased with the results. Everyone asked me if I have been dieting and I love how I wear my clothes now. I should I ad that while I walk a good deal, I do not exercise.
I have described the rpocedure to all my friends as a walk in the park. No anesthesia, not pain and only lumpines for the first two months. I lerned that this was tha remaining fat which my body would eliminate gradually and full results would be seen after 6 months.
I can only imagine how i will look in six months. given the girth of my protruding adomen and the amount of fat removed it is amazing that I have no bumpiness whatsoever after 3 months.
I just had some lipo yesterday on my midriff and back at the bra line- you know that bulging midriff of middle age, and he harvested some of this fat the my upper breats to make them perkier and give me some cleavage (I am (was a 36 A-B and I love the look.
Adding a bit there makes my body very shapely and accents my slimmer waist. I have read that fat transfer has a 60 - 80% survival rate but I woill be happy with even 40 -50%.