What Happens When You Gain Weight?
More specifically, the extra weight you gain is about 60-80% fat and 20-40% lean body mass. Therefore, if you gained 10 pounds, about 6-8 pounds would be fat and 2-4 pounds would be lean body mass. This would mean increases not only in your fat tissue but also in your muscles, stomach, intestines and other organs, bone and water.
Will Liposuction help me get the right contours for my body?
Who is an ideal candidate for Liposuction?
Liposuction is for sculpting, not weight loss?
Liposuction results are best on someone who has achieved their goal weight but has some "trouble spots" that don't seem to go away with proper diet and exercise. It is certainly not a tool suited for someone that wants to "drop that last 20."
Do Most patients lose little weight as Lipo is sculpting?
If properly selected, at least some of the benefits of the "thinning" remain, however.
If you think "sculpting" and maintain a relatively steady weight, you should be in the best shape.
Does liposuction produce permanent results?
How much weight can I lose by liposuction?
Patients should not expect to lose a dramatic amount of weight with liposuction. However, because fat is removed from cosmetically important areas, liposuction should produce significant improvements in aesthetic appearance. Although liposuction should not be regarded as a method for weight loss, in appropriate patients it can produce significant cosmetic improvements.
Will the fat cells grow back after liposuction?
What happens if I gain weight after liposuction?
If I gain weight, does fat come back in the treated areas?
Where does the fat go when a person gains weight after liposuction?
If I do not gain weight, does fat come back in the treated areas?
What can I expect if I get pregnant after liposuction?
How much fat can be removed? How many pounds?
How long will it be until I see results?
Will liposuction help cellulite (cottage-cheese like dimpling) or sagging skin?
Will liposuction improve the fat stomach I acquired after my last baby?