Sheryl Stewart meets with Dr. Michael Workman, M.D. of The Workman Center for Plastic Surgery in the 105.1 The Buzz studio. Sheryl talks with Dr. Workman about the using liposuction and CoolSculpting to reach your goals.

 

  • 10% of the time they do touch-ups
  • If you aren’t happy with your silhouette, reach out to your plastic surgeon
  • Under a local anesthetic, they’ll go in with small cannulas to loosen up fat and to help contour regions
  • People with quite a bit of fat are better candidates for liposuction, while people with small fat deposits are better candidates for CoolSculpting
  • Liposuction and Coolsculpting can be used in conjunction to achieve goals
  • Go to a doctor that will do a consultation and has the ability to do both liposuction and CoolSculpting
  • Plastic surgeons recommend for CoolSculpting and liposuction that you be within 10-15 pounds of your goal weight
  • If you have loose skin, they recommend removing skin instead of removing more fat
  • Surgeons place the scar below the bikini line so it is not as visible