Lower Body Lift Beverly Hills
The lower body lift, also referred to as belt lipectomy, is the answer to those who have struggled to reach their ideal weight after working so hard with exercise and a healthy diet that are not effecting the loose skin or pockets of fat in your body. Your path to self-improvement may have a road block caused by elements that are out of your control, but a lower body lift can relieve you of your frustration. Dr. Kapoor and Dr. Schlenker will help you achieve your dream and finally earn that body you have worked so hard achieve.
Lower Body Lift (Belt Lipectomy) Beverly Hills
What is a lower body lift or belt lipectomy?
TA lower body lift also called belt lipectomy in Beverly Hills is a procedure that contours the mid and lower body by removing excess skin and fat from the abdomen, hips, outer thighs, and buttocks. The incision is placed around the entire lower body, the stomach muscles are tightened, and the incisions are then closed to tightly contour the body.
Why would you want a lower body lift or lower body contour?
You may have loose skin and cellulite below the waistline left from either having dramatic weight loss, natural gain, or you have gone through a recent pregnancy that is leaving unsatisfied with your body after such dramatic changes in your life.
Who are the best candidates for a lower body lift?
The ideal candidates for a lower body lift should be in overall good health without medical conditions like heart disease or diabetes. You must also be willing to accept a very minimal scar around your waist after the procedure as well as have realistic goals for your results. We highly advise you not to smoke six weeks prior to the procedure if you are a habitual smoker for it may cause complications during the surgery and healing process.
What can you expect from recovery after a lower body lift?
A lower body lift is a major procedure that will take several weeks to fully recover, although patients due vary depending on their specific results. Make sure you arrange someone to drive you home since you will be unable to do so for several weeks. You will receive a compression garment that is crucial to wear to help you recover. You will need to plan to be out of work for about 4 weeks. For the first week we advise you to have as much rest as possible with the only movement made for the bathroom. At 3-4 weeks you can return to light activities and minimal driving, and at around 6-8 weeks you will be able to resume all normal activities and enjoy your new body.