Cosmetic Liposuction - Chest Liposuction Beverly Hills

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Stubborn fat deposits in the chest area can be an embarrassing and frustrating situation for men. The resulting condition of enlarged male breasts is called gynecomastia. Despite weight loss and/or targeted workouts, men may not see an improvement in this area. However, there is a solution: chest liposuction. Chest liposuction in Beverly Hills can be used to reduce the fat in the chest area, while smoothing and sculpting the chest.

Chest liposuction in Beverly Hills requires an initial consultation with a surgeon who will outline the preparation, procedure, recovery and possible complications. Liposuction is not a quick fix for weight loss and will not replace a healthy lifestyle. In addition, liposuction is not all about aggressive fat removal. Rather, it is a way to create proportionality in the body.

Chest liposuction requires the use of cannula, which is a cylindrical tube that is used to break up and remove fat. Some doctors, such as Dr. Amron, prefer to perform tumescent liposuction, which requires a local anesthesia, rather than a general anesthesia. This reduces the risk of blood clots and allows for patient mobility, which give the surgeon better access. The results prove to be more even and smoother with less irregularities.

The patient will be up and moving around following the surgery. In addition, the patient will wear compression garments, which reduce swelling and speed healing. Dr. Amron asks patients to take a two mile walk the day following the surgery, which promotes blood flow to the area.

Although initial swelling will subside rather quickly and the patient will be able to return to work and their exercise routine within a few days, full results will not be seen for up to six months.

With chest liposuction in Beverly Hills, there is a solution to gynecomastia.

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