Back Lipo for Women
Conveniently located to serve Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Los Angeles.
Right for you?
Am I a Good Candidate for Back Lipo for Women?
Ideal candidates for this procedure are women who still have excess back fat and bra rolls after consistent dieting and exercise. Back fat is quite stubborn and exercise-resistant. Good candidates are also at or near their ideal weight and are in good overall health.
Remember, liposuction is not a weight-reduction procedure and is specifically utilized to eliminate pockets of stubborn fat. Because of this, it is important to keep your results realistic.
How Does Back Lipo for Women Work?
For full and comprehensive body contouring, Dr. Emer and his team of plastic surgeons perform 360 HD Liposculpture for women. This technique involves subtle and natural shaping of many regions of the body, including the back, arms, thighs, buttocks, abdomen, sides/flanks, and more.
360 HD Lipo can be performed using a combination of customized and personalized techniques. Fat grafting, a variety of state-of-the-art liposuction methods, skin tightening, and even revisions to other doctor’s work can all be utilized.
Typically, back lipo for women and comprehensive contouring can require around one to two hours to perform, sometimes longer. Tiny incisions are created in the targeted regions, and a cannula is inserted to aid in fat removal.
How long do the Results of Back Lipo for Women Last?
Back lipo for women is a procedure that creates permanent results. The reason for this is that, while exercise temporarily shrinks fat cells, liposuction permanently removes them. Because of this, they will not regrow. It will be important to maintain a healthy diet and exercise regimen, since weight fluctuations can negatively affect results.
How Much Does Back Lipo for Women Cost?
Back lipo for women varies in price from patient to patient depending on the specifics of their case. The cost of back liposuction is impacted by factors like the amount of fat removed, the amount of time required to perform the surgery, and all techniques employed to achieve the patient’s aesthetic goals.