If you’ve wanted to have 6-pack abs but can’t seem to achieve them in the gym, you don’t have to give up on your goal. Many men are discovering that a new technique called high-definition liposuction just might give you the results of your dreams.
High-definition liposuction can create the appearance of muscle definition by removing any body fat that might be in the way. But there’s a difference between true high-definition liposuction and just “etching,” which doesn’t remove the fat. The specialists at Advanced Plastic Surgery Center explain more about how high-definition liposuction can reveal the more toned body of your dreams.
High-definition liposuction differs from regular liposuction in several key ways.
At Advanced Plastic Surgery Center, we use the VASER liposuction method. This method uses a powerful form of ultrasonic fat removal to chisel and define your abdominal muscles.
In some cases, we may also use fat grafting from other parts of your body to build up your pectoral muscles, deltoids, or abdomen.
While we often do high-definition liposuction on your abs, we can do it on other parts of your body, too. We can also do it on your upper arms, lower back/flanks, male chest, and calves.
High-definition liposuction can reveal gorgeous results if you’ve been exercising and working out, and your only problem is that you have a layer of fat underneath it.
It can’t create results that don’t exist, however. If you haven’t been exercising, we can’t do much to create the illusion of muscular development.
If you decide that you want to get high-definition liposuction done, you can have a consultation with your specialist before the procedure.
He will give you a realistic image of the results that you can expect to achieve and how long it should take to see them.
Most people can have the procedure under general anesthesia but usually go home on the same day.
Sometimes, we combine high-definition liposuction with other procedures, including those to create a small dimple in your lower back.
You may feel some lingering soreness after the procedure, but it should be manageable.
After the procedure, you’ll be given instructions on how to recover from it. Contact the specialists at Advanced Plastic Surgery Center or request an appointment online.