Which is the best liposuction/body contouring treatment?

There are a number of different liposuction and body contouring treatments on the market – and it can be difficult choosing which to go for. Dr Ash Dutta, cosmetic surgeon at the Aesthetic Beauty Centre, looks at the issue.

Liposuction and body contouring are among our most popular and fastest-growing treatments, with both women and men requesting them in increasing numbers.

One of the most frequently asked questions at Aesthetic Beauty Centre is what form of liposuction or contouring treatment is best – but there is not necessarily a simple answer.

Not all clinics can offer a choice of liposuction treatments

Something to be aware of is that some clinics do not offer a range of treatments. If you ask them which is the best, they will, naturally, tell you that the treatment they offer is most appropriate for you.

It’s liking shopping for a car at just one dealership – they will, of course, tell you that their brand or model is best and perfect for you and your family – even if it’s not necessarily the case.

Look for a clinic that offers a choice of treatments

Try to find a clinic – such as Aesthetic Beauty Centre – that can offer a range of different treatments, and therefore offer you a choice, rather than guiding you towards one specific treatment.

At Aesthetic Beauty Centre, we have the benefit of offering a range of types of treatment, and we believe this benefits our patients, too.

These include non-surgical treatments: Thermacell/ Thermage, Aqualyx and Carboxytherapy.

They also include surgical treatments: Bodytite, Laser Lipolysis, Liposculpture/Liposuction, SmartLipo, Tummy Tuck/Abdominoplasty, Vaser Liposuction.

As you can see, there is a wide range available, and you can find out more about each one via the above links.

So, which is best for me?

The approach we take at Aesthetic Beauty Centre is to make sure people are aware of how each treatment works, what results you can expect, what the limitations are, and what the likely recovery time would be, if any.

We prefer to talk to each patient and find out what they are expecting from their treatment. We can then offer more product information based on their aims, expectations and budget available – but we will never make that choice for a patient.

If you find a clinic is trying to guide your choice, then ask yourself why they are doing that. You are always free to walk away and make your own choices.

If you would like to find out more, please contact us here and we can help provide you with all the information you need to make an informed choice.

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