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Is Liposuction My Only Option for Body Contouring?

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Is Liposuction My Only Option for Body Contouring?

Liposuction can be an excellent option for patients who have difficulties firming up a trouble spot, such as inner thighs or arms or the lower stomach after having a baby. The removal of excess fatty deposits can create a more sculpted, contoured look that emphasizes your curves or muscles.

A liposuction is an excellent option for some, but it’s not the only way to achieve a sleek look.

A lift can also tighten the appearance of an area. Gravity and age can be a dangerous combination, resulting in saggy, loose-looking skin that can make parts of the body appear sloppy, out of shape, or just plain older than they really need to look.

Lifts are most commonly performed on the arms and breasts. Some patients even opt for a full-body lift.



Liposuction removes excess fat cells, while lifts physically “lift” the skin when elasticity has been lost due to gravity. Then, there are tucks. As you may well assume, a tuck removes extra skin and fat before a surgeon tightens the area – essentially, “tucking” it together. Tucks are most commonly performed on the abdomen or lower area of the stomach, thus, the name “tummy tuck.”

While we all know that diet and exercise is best, there is help out there that can target pesky problem zones. Call Dr. Tenley Lawton today to discuss your options and achieve the better body you know is possible!

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The first step is to schedule an in-person consultation with Dr. Lawton or one of our trusted providers at Tenley K Lawton M.D. in Neport Beach, CA. Simply fill out the form on this page and we will reach out to you promptly to schedule your appointment.


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