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Achieving major weight loss is a huge success and should be celebrated. However, many individuals experience excess skin after significant weight loss that can hinder their final results. Body contouring procedures post weight loss can help to remove this excess skin to help maximize your results. The following factors are important to take into considerations when deciding if you should receive body contouring procedures.

Are You at a Stable Weight?

Following massive weight loss, it is important that you can maintain a steady weight long-term before deciding to undergo body contouring surgery. This is because significant fluctuations in your weight can negatively impact the outcome of your procedure.

Are You Healthy?

Most individuals who are in general good health can be a good candidate for body contouring after weight loss. However, if you have recently had bariatric surgery and are adjusting to a new diet plan, you should give your body some time to adjust before surgery.

It is also important that you maintain healthy eating habits. So, you will need to be sure that you are giving your body the nutrients that it needs.

Do You have Realistic Goals?

For many individuals, the goal of body contouring following major weight loss is to remove uncomfortable excess skin. With liposuction, your procedure can also target small areas of stubborn fat that may have accumulated on the waist, hips, and love handles. However, it is important to have realistic goals for the outcome of your procedure.

Have You Found a Plastic Surgeon?

When it comes to any procedure, be sure to seek out a board certified plastic surgeon in your area to schedule a consultation. During this time, you can discuss your medical history and your aesthetic goals. You may need to consult with multiple surgeons before you find the one that is right for you.

If you are interested in learning more about the body contouring procedure in the Woodbury area, contact our office today to schedule a consultation with Dr. Rocheford.

Patient Resources

Whether a new or returning patient, we have plenty of resources to either help you get started or learn more about the procedure process. From patient forms to blogs, we have all the resources you’ll need to prepare yourself for your appointment.

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