Whether you have achieved a significant weight loss goal, are struggling with separated abdominal muscles or are simply looking to fine-tune your workout results, you may be considering body contouring treatments.
Weight loss became a focus for some during quarantine, and many are predicting that plastic surgery after weight loss may be the new trend in 2022.
Sculpted hips, shapely abs and toned thighs — most people want them, but not everyone can achieve them naturally. Strict diet and exercise regimes can only go so far in addressing stubborn layers of fat.
There are many people out there who feel they could benefit from some sort of body contouring but are confused about which body contouring option would be best for them.
Significant weight loss can often leave behind loose unwanted skin in areas of the body including the abdomen, arms, thighs and buttocks. If your weight loss has left you with excess loose, sagging skin, you might consider body contouring.
Achieving a major weight loss goal is a huge success by itself and certainly a milestone to celebrate. Yet, even after having achieved their weight loss goals, many men and women struggle with excess skin after significant weight loss that can hinder their final results.
After major weight loss, body contouring surgeries can remove excess skin to help patients complete their weight loss journey.
ASPS has answers for some of the most common questions patients have about body contouring after major weight loss.