After difficult life events, your body may not look like you want it to. Pregnancy can permanently change the way your stomach looks, for example, and being exceptionally overweight can mean that you simply won’t look like you used to even after losing the excess weight. If you’re dealing with loose skin for any reason, you don’t have to suffer with it. Instead, you can undergo body contouring to restore your body’s natural shape.
Body contouring uses a combination of surgery and liposuction to remove excess skin and subcutaneous fat.
If you’re not satisfied with how your body looks even after a significant healthy lifestyle change, weight loss, and exercise, body contouring can be the boost you need to find success.
In the video posted on this page, a cosmetic surgeon discusses the difference between body contouring and other types of cosmetic procedures, including skin removal surgery and tummy tuck surgery.
In order to get body contouring, you’ll need to work with a qualified plastic surgeon in your area. They will help you determine if it’s the right choice for your body during this phase of your life. If they determine that you’re a good candidate for the procedure, you’ll be on your way to looking like your best self.