Considering liposuction in Beverly Hills? There are many individuals seeking a slimmer, more attractive appearance. Many adhere to a strict program of dieting and exercise in order to achieve this goal. However, some of these individuals possess fat deposits that do not respond to diet and exercise. This setback may seem like achieving a well-proportioned body is an unreachable goal, but liposuction provides a solution. Liposuction is a surgical procedure where excess fat deposits are removed from specific areas of the body, face and/or neck. This is a common procedure for those of normal body weight who want to improve their body contour. Liposuction is such a common procedure here at Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery that we have developed a center solely focused on liposuction. Here in Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive Plastic Surgery offers patients LipoPlus for their liposuction needs.
LipoPlus utilizes state of the art equipment, specialized staff training and the latest in liposuction techniques to provide patients with the individualized liposuction treatments and recovery programs. If you are considering liposuction here in Beverly Hills, your first step is to meet with a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon for a personal consultation. If you would like to schedule a consultation at LipoPlus to discuss your liposuction, feel free to contact us. To schedule a consultation with this California liposuction specialist call today.
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