Liposuction

Eliminate Unwanted Fat

If diet and exercise have let you down in reaching a slimmer body shape goal, you are not alone. Our bodies are genetically-inclined to store fat in certain areas where eliminating it can be trying, at best. For many of us, this results in unflattering shapes that we struggle to control, day in and day out. If this sounds like your situation, you may be someone who can benefit from liposuction in St. Louis.

Liposuction can treat the following areas:

  • Abdomen
  • Thighs
  • Butt
  • Hips
  • Back
  • Chin or neck
  • Knees
  • Arms
  • Chest

How Does Liposuction Work?

Liposuction requires small incisions near the targeted area. Using a thin tube, a vacuum device is attached and the fat is suctioned out. At Renaissance Plastic Surgery, our skilled physicians have years of expertise in body contouring techniques, providing you with extremely precise results. Dr. Boschert, Dr. Craig, and Dr. Mills have performed hundreds of liposuction procedures in St. Louis and St. Peters to help eliminate stubborn pockets of fat. Their safe and effective methods allow for an easy procedure with quick recovery and little downtime.

Find Out if Liposuction is Right for You

Contact Renaissance Plastic Surgery in St. Peters to schedule a consultation for liposuction. During your consultation, our plastic surgeons will begin by asking you questions and then help you outline your cosmetic goals for the procedure, such as a flatter belly, slimmer hips, more slender thighs, doing away with a double chin, even down to slimming your ankles and reshaping your calves. You’ll have the opportunity to discuss which liposuction techniques will be best for you, as well as to have all your questions answered, and peruse some before and after photos. You’ll feel 100% confident about your procedure before it even begins.

Use the quick contact box to the left to reach out to us online, or call us at (636) 896-0600. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

(*)Disclaimer: Results are not guaranteed, may not be permanent, and can vary per individual. Some images are of models, not actual patients. Schedule a personalized consultation with our doctor to learn more.