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Localized fat: when it is necessary to resort to plastic surgery?

Localized fat: when it is necessary to resort to plastic surgery?

Localized fat is a problem that bothers people, but before talking about their treatment it is necessary to contextualize it: localized fat occurs when the person is within a range of weight considered normal, but visually one can see localized deposits of fat (eg, "hands", side of the thigh, arms).

How to lose localized fat?

Ideally someone should start treating the localized fat when its body mass index (BMI) is within the ideal, although liposuction can be done in patients with indices slightly above the indicated one.

There are several ways to eliminate localized fat, including adoption of healthy habits. You even need to start by trying out these methods, which include healthy eating and physical activity.

But when to go for plastic surgery to eliminate localized fat? That depends on each patient and the motivation of each. An endocrinologist and nutritionist can help determine if surgery is really the last chance to eliminate some fat. But the ideal is to get the result without surgery, that is, only with healthy habits and exercises. Cosmetic surgery exists to help those who do not get the expected result.

Even if undergoing plastic surgery involves several risks: besides the unnecessary dangers to the health of the body, being able to have complications of surgery such as infection and blood loss , we can mention emotional frustration for not achieving the expected result. Therefore, one should always operate only with a professional of the Brazilian Society of Plastic Surgery who will be ethical and correct in the indication (or contraindication) of the surgery. Remember that health is more important than any beauty.

How is the treatment for localized fat chosen?

That said, the method used to solve the problem will be chosen according to the physical examination of the patient, in addition to the expectation of results you have. For example, a young and lean patient with good elasticity of skin that shows a little fat on the flanks can undergo liposculpture. A patient who became pregnant and maintains a "tummy" after six months of breastfeeding can benefit from liposuction; however, if that? belly? have a skin full of stretch marks, you should also remove all skin.

In general, the plastic surgeon will assess the location where the fat is located, the skin type, age, stretch marks and good motivation to maintain the result obtained with the surgery (that is, to maintain a good diet and practice of physical exercises).

Liposuction and liposculpture are a consensus of good results and the most chosen techniques, depending on the patient's condition. Non-surgical treatments such as cryolipolysis and aesthetic ultrasound are not a good outcome, but better technology may emerge in the future for these devices.


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