Stubborn pockets of fat: Most of us have them, and most of us also have trouble getting rid of them. Sometimes, even with eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly, those pesky pockets won’t go away. Does this sound all too familiar?
THEN DR. CLAYTON IS THE SURGEON FOR YOU.
If you want to learn more about liposuction in Salt Lake City and how it can lead to smooth and beautiful body contours, you can request a consultation online or call our office at (801) 747-2273. Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. David N. Clayton and his staff are eager to meet you and help you on your aesthetic journey.
For women and men in Salt Lake City, liposuction can treat a number of areas of the body. Generally, our liposuction candidates:
- Have localized deposits of fat despite dieting and exercise
- Desire a more sculpted physique
- Wish to improve their proportions
- Can achieve their ideal body image through re-contouring
Dr. Clayton offers a variety of liposuction methods to treat a range of patients. He will perform traditional liposuction, PAL (power assisted liposuction), UAL (ultrasound assisted liposuction) or liposculpture, depending on the patient and the specific goals. When you come to him for a personal consultation, he will assess which method can best help you achieve your desires.
THE TRILOGY DIFFERENCE
Before your procedure, our doctor will work with you to determine the appropriate liposuction method for you. To begin, tiny incisions are created in the targeted area. Then, using either the traditional, power assisted, ultrasound assisted or liposculpture method, our doctor will remove the fat. By using very thin cannulas to remove the fat, Dr. Clayton is able to achieve a smooth, sculpted look without excessive bruising and swelling. Once the fat is removed, your incision will be closed and you will be given a compression garment to wear to help maintain your new body shape.
WHAT TO EXPECT AFTERWARD
After your liposuction procedure, you can return home. Most patients only need about 4 days off before returning to work and resuming light activities. Most of our patients have a fairly straightforward recovery with minimal bruising and swelling. It is best to take about 4 weeks off from strenuous physical activity.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.