Liposuction is one of the most popular cosmetic procedures available today. The primary reason for its popularity is that it is highly effective. Liposuction is considered a body contouring technique and skilled cosmetic surgeons such as Dr. Mark Crispin are able to successfully target and remove fat from many areas of the body.

A common question asked by many of our prospective liposuction patients in the Atlanta area is, “How much fat can be removed during liposuction?” The answer is, not a significant amount.

Liposuction is meant to eliminate small, targeted pockets of fat that have accumulated in various areas of the body that are difficult to lose through diet or exercise. In other words, liposuction is not a method for getting rid of significantly large amounts of fat, nor is it meant to be used as a weight loss method.

Dr. Crispin always strives to remove the least amount of fat necessary to achieve your desired results. This will ensure optimal levels of safety while maintaining beautiful, natural looking results. If you are looking to get rid of a significant amount of fat, you should do so through diet and exercise prior to undergoing liposuction.

If you would like to have isolated areas of fat removed from specific areas of your body, please contact Crispin Plastic Surgery today to schedule your initial consultation. Dr. Mark Crispin serves patients in the Atlanta, Georgia area.