Want that procedure to last longer? At Ashbury in Brisbane and the Gold Coast we can help
At Ashbury in Brisbane and on the Gold Coast we endeavour to provide the highest quality care and treatments to ensure your results are stellar. If you want to get rid of those pesky fatty areas that will not budge even with a strict diet and exercise regime, liposuction could be your solution!
To ensure you are fully informed, we at Ashbury have compiled a list of four tips so you can gain all the information you need before even picking up the phone!
1. Are you an ideal candidate?
The best candidates for liposuction are those who have tried diet and exercise to eliminate small deposits of fat but have been unsuccessful. A doctor will determine if your health is at a sufficient level prior to the procedure. Young patients with a moderate amount of fat and good skin tone have a higher chance of gaining the best results from the procedure. Older patients may want to consider the potential of sagging skin post-procedure.
2. Have realistic expectations
It is imperative to your self-esteem and your confidence to enter our clinic with realistic expectations. You will not achieve the perfect body from liposuction as it targets localised areas only and is not used for the whole body.
3. Be comfortable by knowing the procedure is safe
The liposuction procedure utilised in our Brisbane and Gold Coast clinic is a treatment that has been successfully practiced for over twenty years. Continual advancements in science and technology have meant the procedure has been refined and developed to ensure maximum safety and comfort during and after the procedure.
4. Know what to expect post-procedure
Although liposuction is very effective in removing excess fat cells, it does not prevent your remaining cells from increasing in size. A sensible diet and regular exercise regime is critical to maintaining the effectiveness of your treatment and can help in the longevity of your new shape. Most patients are able to go back to work around 3 – 7 days after treatment, depending on the surgery and technique used.