Plastic Surgery - North Carolina (NC)

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North Carolina Liposuction

In North Carolina, liposuction could be just what you need for a shapelier, more contoured body. With little to no scarring, Liposuction is a safe and effective way to eliminate bulges of fat. It works by getting rid of the unwanted stored fat in various places of your body. Ask a North Carolina plastic surgeon about how liposuction can give you the look you've always wanted.

Choosing Liposuction in North Carolina

Make sure you think about Liposuction in North Carolina in its entirety. Think about the costs, the recovery times, your lifestyle, your expectations and what you hope to gain from surgery. Liposuction can help you remove the excess fat in your arms, thighs, abdomen, knees, hips and other areas and can be performed by the following methods:

  • Tumescent Liposuction
  • Power-Assisted Liposuction (PAL)
  • Ultrasound-Assisted Liposuction (UAL)
  • Laser Lipolysis (SmartLipo�)

A Look You Can Love

Your plastic surgeon can tell you more about how you can achieve a look you can love. During your first consultation, your surgeon will assess and evaluate you to determine if you are a good candidate for liposuction in North Carolina. You might even be recommended to have more than one plastic surgery procedure, so you can have the best results.

Liposuction: Next Steps

Do you need to consult with a North Carolina plastic surgeon to learn more about South Carolina liposuction surgery? All the surgeons in our online directory have been prescreened for board-certification, background, qualifications, training and much more.

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