Liposuction is a cosmetic procedure that removes excess fat from specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, chest, flanks, back, arms, and neck. It can improve the shape and contour of the body by eliminating stubborn fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise. Liposuction is not a weight-loss surgery, but rather a body sculpting technique that can enhance one’s appearance and confidence.

Liposuction is not only for women. In fact, more and more men are opting for liposuction to achieve their desired physique and boost their self-esteem. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, liposuction was the second most popular cosmetic procedure among men in 2020, with over 200,000 procedures performed. This reflects the growing demand for male body contouring, as well as the availability of advanced techniques and technologies that can deliver natural-looking and long-lasting results.

However, liposuction for men is not the same as liposuction for women. Men have different anatomical features, aesthetic goals, and expectations than women when it comes to body contouring. Therefore, it is important to tailor liposuction to the masculine aesthetics and preferences of each individual patient. In this blog post, we will discuss the unique aspects of male body contouring, the benefits of liposuction for men, the customization and techniques involved in liposuction for men, and the recovery and aftercare process. We will also share some patient testimonials and success stories from men who have undergone liposuction at Kansas Plastic Surgery, as well as address some frequently asked questions and concerns about male liposuction.

Understanding Male Body Contouring

Before we dive into the details of liposuction for men, let us first understand the unique characteristics of male anatomy, the common areas of concern for men, and the differences in approach compared to female liposuction.

Unique Characteristics of Male Anatomy

Men and women have different body types, fat distribution patterns, and skin quality. These factors affect how liposuction is performed and what results can be achieved. Some of the unique characteristics of male anatomy that influence liposuction are:

  • Higher muscle mass and lower body fat percentage: Men tend to have more muscle mass and less body fat than women, especially in the upper body. This means that men have less fat available for liposuction, and the fat that is present is more fibrous and denser, making it harder to remove. Therefore, liposuction for men requires more precision and skill to avoid damaging the underlying muscles and nerves, and to achieve a smooth and even contour.

  • Thicker and more elastic skin: Men have thicker and more elastic skin than women, which helps them retain their skin tone and elasticity after liposuction. However, this also means that men have less skin laxity and excess skin, which limits the amount of fat that can be removed without causing skin sagging or irregularities. Therefore, liposuction for men requires careful assessment of the skin quality and elasticity, and a conservative approach to avoid overcorrection and skin complications.

  • Different aesthetic ideals and expectations: Men have different aesthetic ideals and expectations than women when it comes to body contouring. Men generally prefer a more muscular and athletic appearance, with defined and prominent muscles, rather than a slim and smooth silhouette. Therefore, liposuction for men requires a more artistic and nuanced approach to create subtle and natural-looking enhancements, rather than dramatic and noticeable changes.

Common Areas of Concern for Men

Men have different areas of concern than women when it comes to body contouring. While women typically seek liposuction to improve the shape and size of their breasts, hips, thighs, and buttocks, men usually want to address the following areas:

  • Abdomen: The abdomen is the most common area of concern for men, as it tends to accumulate excess fat that creates a bulging or flabby appearance. Liposuction can remove the unwanted fat from the abdomen and create a flatter and firmer stomach, as well as enhance the visibility of the abdominal muscles (also known as six-pack abs).

  • Chest: The chest is another common area of concern for men, as it can develop excess fat or glandular tissue that causes a condition called gynecomastia, or enlarged male breasts. Liposuction can remove the excess fat or tissue from the chest and create a more masculine and sculpted chest contour, as well as improve the nipple and areola size and position.

  • Flanks: The flanks, or love handles, are the areas on the sides of the waist that can also accumulate excess fat and create a muffin top or spare tire effect. Liposuction can remove the excess fat from the flanks and create a more defined and tapered waistline, as well as improve the balance and proportion of the upper and lower body.

  • Back: The back is another area that can develop excess fat, especially in the upper back, lower back, and bra line. Liposuction can remove the excess fat from the back and create a smoother and leaner back contour, as well as improve the posture and comfort of the patient.

  • Arms: The arms are also an area that can benefit from liposuction, especially in the upper arms, where excess fat can create a sagging or drooping appearance. Liposuction can remove the excess fat from the arms and create a more toned and muscular arm contour, as well as enhance the definition of the biceps and triceps.

  • Neck: The neck is another area that can show signs of aging and weight gain, such as a double chin or a turkey neck. Liposuction can remove the excess fat from the neck and create a more defined and youthful neck contour, as well as improve the profile and angle of the jawline and chin.

Differences in Approach compared to Female Liposuction

As we have seen, liposuction for men is different from liposuction for women in terms of the anatomical features, aesthetic goals, and expectations of the patients. Therefore, liposuction for men requires a different approach compared to female liposuction, such as:

  • More selective and conservative fat removal: Liposuction for men requires more selective and conservative fat removal, as men have less fat available for liposuction, and the fat that is present is more fibrous and denser. Therefore, liposuction for men requires more precision and skill to avoid damaging the underlying muscles and nerves, and to achieve a smooth and even contour. Liposuction for men also requires a conservative approach to avoid overcorrection and skin complications, as men have thicker and more elastic skin, which limits the amount of fat that can be removed without causing skin sagging or irregularities.

  • More emphasis on muscle definition and enhancement: Liposuction for men requires more emphasis on muscle definition and enhancement, as men generally prefer a more muscular and athletic appearance, with defined and prominent muscles, rather than a slim and smooth silhouette. Therefore, liposuction for men requires a more artistic and nuanced approach to create subtle and natural-looking enhancements, rather than dramatic and noticeable changes. Liposuction for men also requires a more strategic and customized approach to target the specific areas of concern for each patient, and to create a balanced and proportionate body contour that suits their physique and personality.

  • More use of advanced and minimally invasive techniques: Liposuction for men requires more use of advanced and minimally invasive techniques, as men tend to have more concerns about the safety, recovery, and scarring of liposuction. Therefore, liposuction for men requires more use of modern and innovative techniques and technologies that can deliver effective and long-lasting results, while minimizing the risks, downtime, and discomfort of liposuction. Liposuction for men also requires more use of minimally invasive options that can reduce the size and visibility of the incisions and scars, and enhance the healing and recovery process.

Benefits of Liposuction for Men

Liposuction for men can offer many benefits for men who are unhappy with their body shape and contour, and who want to improve their appearance and confidence. Some of the benefits of liposuction for men are:

  • Enhanced muscle definition: Liposuction for men can enhance the muscle definition and visibility of the body, by removing the excess fat that obscures the underlying muscles. Liposuction for men can create a more muscular and athletic appearance, with defined and prominent muscles, such as six-pack abs, sculpted chest, toned arms, and tapered waistline.

  • Targeted fat removal: Liposuction for men can target and remove the stubborn fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise, and that create a bulging or flabby appearance. Liposuction for men can remove the unwanted fat from specific areas of the body, such as the abdomen, chest, flanks, back, arms, and neck, and create a flatter, firmer, and leaner body contour.

  • Boosting confidence and self-esteem: Liposuction for men can boost the confidence and self-esteem of the patients, by improving their body image and satisfaction. Liposuction for men can help the patients feel more comfortable and confident in their own skin, and in their personal and professional lives. Liposuction for men can also improve the mood and mental health of the patients, by reducing the stress and anxiety caused by their body insecurities.

Customization in Liposuction for Men

Liposuction for men is not a one-size-fits-all procedure. It requires a high degree of customization and individualization to suit the specific needs, goals, and preferences of each patient. Therefore, the process of liposuction for men involves several steps to ensure that the procedure is tailored to the masculine aesthetics and expectations of the patient. These steps are:

Consultation and Assessment

The first step in liposuction for men is the consultation and assessment with the plastic surgeon. This is a crucial step, as it allows the patient and the surgeon to discuss the patient’s medical history, current health status, areas of concern, aesthetic goals, and expectations. The surgeon will also examine the patient’s body, measure the fat thickness and distribution, evaluate the skin quality and elasticity, and identify the potential risks and complications. The surgeon will then recommend the best liposuction technique and treatment plan for the patient, based on the patient’s anatomy, goals, and preferences. The surgeon will also explain the procedure, the expected results, the recovery process, and the possible side effects and outcomes. The patient will have the opportunity to ask any questions and address any concerns they may have about liposuction for men.

Dr. Kenton Schoonover’s Approach at Kansas Plastic Surgery

The second step in liposuction for men is choosing the right plastic surgeon to perform the procedure. This is also a very important step, as the skill, experience, and artistry of the surgeon can make a significant difference in the quality and safety of the procedure, as well as the satisfaction and confidence of the patient. Dr. Kenton Schoonover is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the founder of Kansas Plastic Surgery, a premier cosmetic surgery center in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Schoonover has extensive training and expertise in liposuction for men, and he is committed to providing the highest level of care and excellence to his patients. Dr. Schoonover understands the unique aspects and challenges of male body contouring, and he uses a customized and conservative approach to create subtle and natural-looking enhancements that suit the masculine aesthetics and preferences of each patient. Dr. Schoonover also uses the most advanced and minimally invasive techniques and technologies in liposuction for men, to deliver effective and long-lasting results, while minimizing the risks, downtime, and discomfort of the procedure. Dr. Schoonover is passionate about helping his patients achieve their desired physique and boost their self-esteem, and he strives to exceed their expectations and ensure their satisfaction and happiness.

Importance of Individualized Treatment Plans

The third step in liposuction for men is following the individualized treatment plan that the surgeon has designed for the patient. This is a vital step, as it ensures that the procedure is performed according to the specific needs, goals, and preferences of the patient, and that the results are consistent and harmonious with the patient’s body and personality. The individualized treatment plan will include the following details:

  • The liposuction technique: The liposuction technique is the method that the surgeon will use to remove the excess fat from the body. There are different types of liposuction techniques, such as traditional liposuction, tumescent liposuction, ultrasound-assisted liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, and radiofrequency-assisted liposuction. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the surgeon will choose the best one for the patient, based on the patient’s anatomy, goals, and preferences. The liposuction technique will affect the amount of fat that can be removed, the degree of skin tightening, the size and visibility of the incisions and scars, and the recovery time and process.

  • The areas of treatment: The areas of treatment are the specific areas of the body that the patient wants to improve with liposuction. The surgeon will mark the areas of treatment on the patient’s body before the procedure, and use them as a guide during the procedure. The surgeon will also determine the amount and pattern of fat removal for each area, to create a balanced and proportionate body contour that suits the patient’s physique and personality. The areas of treatment will affect the duration and complexity of the procedure, the amount of anesthesia required, and the cost of the procedure.

  • The anesthesia and sedation: The anesthesia and sedation are the medications that the surgeon will use to numb the pain and relax the patient during the procedure. There are different types of anesthesia and sedation, such as local anesthesia, regional anesthesia, general anesthesia, and intravenous sedation. The surgeon will choose the best one for the patient, based on the patient’s health status, comfort level, and preference. The anesthesia and sedation will affect the safety and comfort of the patient, the level of awareness and cooperation of the patient, and the recovery time and process.

Liposuction Techniques for Men

Liposuction for men can be performed using different techniques and technologies, depending on the patient’s anatomy, goals, and preferences. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the surgeon will choose the best one for the patient, based on the consultation and assessment. The most common liposuction techniques for men are:

Overview of Traditional Liposuction

Traditional liposuction, also known as suction-assisted liposuction or SAL, is the oldest and most basic technique of liposuction. It involves the use of a thin, hollow tube called a cannula, which is inserted through small incisions in the skin and moved back and forth to break up and suction out the excess fat from the body. Traditional liposuction can remove a large amount of fat in a single session, and it can be used on any area of the body. However, traditional liposuction also has some drawbacks, such as:

  • It can cause damage to the surrounding tissues, such as the muscles, nerves, blood vessels, and skin: Traditional liposuction relies on the manual movement of the cannula, which can create friction and heat, and cause trauma and injury to the surrounding tissues. This can result in bleeding, bruising, swelling, inflammation, pain, and scarring, as well as affect the skin tone and elasticity, and the muscle function and sensation.

  • It can cause uneven or irregular results: Traditional liposuction can be difficult to control and monitor, as the surgeon cannot see the exact amount and location of the fat removal. This can result in uneven or irregular results, such as lumps, bumps, dents, or depressions in the skin, or asymmetry or disproportion in the body contour. These results can compromise the aesthetic outcome and the satisfaction of the patient, and may require additional procedures or revisions to correct them.

  • It can require general anesthesia and longer recovery time: Traditional liposuction can be a more invasive and aggressive procedure, which can require general anesthesia and longer recovery time. General anesthesia can pose more risks and complications, such as nausea, vomiting, allergic reactions, or respiratory problems. Longer recovery time can affect the comfort and convenience of the patient, as well as their personal and professional lives.

Advanced Techniques in Liposculpture

Liposculpture is a more advanced and refined technique of liposuction, which involves the use of specialized devices or technologies that can assist or enhance the fat removal process. Liposculpture can offer more precision and accuracy, as well as more skin tightening and muscle enhancement, than traditional liposuction. Liposculpture can also reduce the damage and trauma to the surrounding tissues, and improve the healing and recovery process. Some of the most popular liposculpture techniques for men are:

  • Ultrasound-assisted liposuction or UAL: Ultrasound-assisted liposuction uses high-frequency sound waves to liquefy the fat cells, making them easier to remove. Ultrasound-assisted liposuction can be more effective and efficient in removing the fibrous and dense fat that is common in men, especially in the chest and back areas. Ultrasound-assisted liposuction can also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which can improve the skin tone and elasticity, and create a smoother and firmer skin texture.

  • Laser-assisted liposuction or LAL: Laser-assisted liposuction uses low-level laser energy to melt the fat cells, making them easier to remove. Laser-assisted liposuction can be more precise and gentler in removing the fat, as it can target the fat cells without affecting the surrounding tissues. Laser-assisted liposuction can also coagulate the blood vessels, which can reduce the bleeding, bruising, and swelling, and speed up the recovery time. Laser-assisted liposuction can also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which can improve the skin tone and elasticity, and create a smoother and firmer skin texture.

  • Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction or RAL: Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction uses radiofrequency waves to heat and destroy the fat cells, making them easier to remove. Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction can be more versatile and adaptable in removing the fat, as it can adjust the temperature and intensity of the radiofrequency waves according to the fat thickness and distribution. Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction can also coagulate the blood vessels, which can reduce the bleeding, bruising, and swelling, and speed up the recovery time. Radiofrequency-assisted liposuction can also stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, which can improve the skin tone and elasticity, and create a smoother and firmer skin texture.

Minimally Invasive Options

Minimally invasive options are alternative methods of fat removal that do not require surgery or incisions. Minimally invasive options can offer more convenience and comfort, as well as less risks and complications, than surgical liposuction. However, minimally invasive options can also be less effective and reliable, as they can only remove a small amount of fat, and they can take longer to show the results. Minimally invasive options can also be more expensive and require multiple sessions to achieve the desired outcome. Some of the most common minimally invasive options for men are:

  • CoolSculpting: CoolSculpting is a non-surgical procedure that uses controlled cooling to freeze and destroy the fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body. CoolSculpting can be a safe and painless way to reduce the fat in the abdomen, flanks, back, arms, and neck, by up to 25% in one session. CoolSculpting can also have minimal or no downtime, and the results can be seen in as little as three weeks, and last for up to six months.

  • SculpSure: SculpSure is a non-surgical procedure that uses controlled heating to damage and destroy the fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body. SculpSure can be a fast and comfortable way to reduce the fat in the abdomen, flanks, back, arms, and neck, by up to 24% in one session. SculpSure can also have minimal or no downtime, and the results can be seen in as little as six weeks, and last for up to 12 months.

  • Kybella: Kybella is a non-surgical procedure that uses injections of a synthetic form of deoxycholic acid, a substance that naturally breaks down the fat cells, which are then naturally eliminated by the body. Kybella can be an effective and precise way to reduce the fat in the neck and chin area, by up to 20% in one session. Kybella can also have minimal or no downtime, and the results can be seen in as little as four weeks, and last for up to four years.

Risks and Considerations

Liposuction for men is a safe and effective procedure, but like any surgery, it has some risks and considerations that the patient should be aware of and prepared for. Some of the risks and considerations of liposuction for men are:

Potential Complications

Liposuction for men can cause some potential complications, which are rare and usually minor, but can be serious and require medical attention. Some of the potential complications of liposuction for men are:

  • Infection: Infection is a possibility with any surgery, and it can occur if the incisions or the treated areas are not properly cleaned and cared for, or if the patient has a weak immune system or a pre-existing medical condition. Infection can cause symptoms such as fever, chills, redness, swelling, pus, or pain, and it can lead to more serious problems such as abscess, sepsis, or necrosis. Infection can be prevented by taking antibiotics, keeping the incisions and the treated areas clean and dry, and following the surgeon’s instructions. Infection can be treated by taking more antibiotics, draining the infected area, or performing a revision surgery.

  • Bleeding: Bleeding is another possibility with any surgery, and it can occur if the blood vessels are damaged or injured during the procedure, or if the patient has a bleeding disorder or takes blood-thinning medications. Bleeding can cause symptoms such as bruising, hematoma, or anemia, and it can lead to more serious problems such as shock, embolism, or organ failure. Bleeding can be prevented by avoiding blood-thinning medications, coagulating the blood vessels, and wearing a compression garment. Bleeding can be treated by applying pressure, transfusing blood, or performing a revision surgery.

  • Nerve damage: Nerve damage is a rare but possible complication of liposuction, and it can occur if the nerves are damaged or injured during the procedure, or if the swelling or scarring compresses the nerves. Nerve damage can cause symptoms such as numbness, tingling, burning, or weakness, and it can affect the muscle function and sensation of the treated areas. Nerve damage can be prevented by using a gentle and precise technique, avoiding overcorrection, and wearing a compression garment. Nerve damage can be treated by taking pain medications, massaging the treated areas, or performing a revision surgery.

  • Skin damage: Skin damage is another rare but possible complication of liposuction, and it can occur if the skin is damaged or injured during the procedure, or if the skin quality and elasticity are poor. Skin damage can cause symptoms such as sagging, wrinkling, dimpling, or discoloration, and it can affect the aesthetic outcome and the satisfaction of the patient. Skin damage can be prevented by using a conservative and customized approach, avoiding overcorrection, and stimulating the collagen and elastin production. Skin damage can be treated by applying creams, performing skin treatments, or performing a revision surgery.

Candidacy and Eligibility

Liposuction for men is not suitable for everyone, and it requires certain criteria and conditions to be met by the patient. The patient should be a good candidate and eligible for liposuction for men, to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the procedure, as well as the satisfaction and confidence of the patient. Some of the criteria and conditions for liposuction for men are:

  • The patient should be in good physical and mental health: The patient should be in good physical and mental health, and should not have any medical conditions or diseases that can increase the risks or complications of liposuction, or affect the healing and recovery process. The patient should also have realistic expectations and a positive attitude, and should understand the benefits and limitations of liposuction.

  • The patient should be within 30% of their ideal body weight: The patient should be within 30% of their ideal body weight, and should have a stable and healthy weight for at least six months before the procedure. Liposuction is not a weight-loss surgery, but rather a body sculpting technique that can improve the shape and contour of the body by eliminating stubborn fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise. Liposuction cannot remove a large amount of fat, and it cannot address obesity or other weight-related problems. The patient should also maintain their weight after the procedure, as weight fluctuations can affect the results and the satisfaction of liposuction.

  • The patient should have good skin quality and elasticity: The patient should have good skin quality and elasticity, and should not have any skin conditions or diseases that can affect the tone and texture of the skin. Liposuction can remove the excess fat from the body, but it cannot remove the excess skin or improve the skin laxity. The patient should have enough skin elasticity and firmness to adapt and adjust to the new body contour, and to avoid skin sagging or irregularities. The patient should also protect their skin from sun exposure and irritation, as these can affect the skin quality and elasticity, and the results and the satisfaction of liposuction.

Dr. Kenton Schoonover’s Commitment to Patient Safety

Dr. Kenton Schoonover is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the founder of Kansas Plastic Surgery, a premier cosmetic surgery center in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Schoonover is committed to providing the highest level of care and excellence to his patients, and he prioritizes the patient safety and satisfaction above all. Dr. Schoonover ensures the patient safety and satisfaction by:

  • Performing a thorough consultation and assessment: Dr. Schoonover performs a thorough consultation and assessment with each patient, to discuss the patient’s medical history, current health status, areas of concern, aesthetic goals, and expectations. Dr. Schoonover also examines the patient’s body, measure the fat thickness and distribution, evaluate the skin quality and elasticity, and identify the potential risks and complications. Dr. Schoonover then recommends the best liposuction technique and treatment plan for the patient, based on the patient’s anatomy, goals, and preferences. Dr. Schoonover also explains the procedure, the expected results, the recovery process, and the possible side effects and outcomes. Dr. Schoonover answers any questions and addresses any concerns the patient may have about liposuction for men.

  • Using the most advanced and minimally invasive techniques and technologies: Dr. Schoonover uses the most advanced and minimally invasive techniques and technologies in liposuction for men, to deliver effective and long-lasting results, while minimizing the risks, downtime, and discomfort of the procedure. Dr. Schoonover uses a customized and conservative approach to create subtle and natural-looking enhancements that suit the masculine aesthetics and preferences of each patient. Dr. Schoonover also uses modern and innovative techniques and technologies that can assist or enhance the fat removal process, such as ultrasound-assisted liposuction, laser-assisted liposuction, and radiofrequency-assisted liposuction. These techniques and technologies can offer more precision and accuracy, as well as more skin tightening and muscle enhancement, than traditional liposuction. They can also reduce the damage and trauma to the surrounding tissues, and improve the healing and recovery process.

  • Providing comprehensive and personalized post-operative care and follow-up: Dr. Schoonover provides comprehensive and personalized post-operative care and follow-up to each patient, to monitor the healing and recovery process, and to address any issues or concerns that may arise. Dr. Schoonover provides the patient with detailed post-operative care instructions, which the patient should follow carefully and diligently. Dr. Schoonover also prescribes pain medications and antibiotics, and provides a compression garment, to reduce the swelling, bruising, and bleeding, and to support the healing and reshaping of the tissues. Dr. Schoonover also schedules regular appointments and check-ups, and performs any necessary revisions or corrections, to ensure the safety and satisfaction of the patient. Dr. Schoonover also maintains a close and friendly relationship with the patient, and encourages the patient to contact him anytime if they have any questions or concerns. Dr. Schoonover is always available and accessible to his patients, and he strives to exceed their expectations and ensure their happiness.

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TL; DR

Liposuction for men is a cosmetic procedure that can improve the shape and contour of the body by removing excess fat from specific areas, such as the abdomen, chest, flanks, back, arms, and neck. Liposuction for men can enhance the muscle definition and visibility of the body, target and remove the stubborn fat deposits that are resistant to diet and exercise, and boost the confidence and self-esteem of the patients.

Liposuction for men is different from liposuction for women, as men have different anatomical features, aesthetic goals, and expectations than women when it comes to body contouring. Therefore, liposuction for men requires a high degree of customization and individualization, as well as a different approach and technique, than female liposuction.

Liposuction for men can be performed using different techniques and technologies, such as traditional liposuction, liposculpture, and minimally invasive options. Each technique has its own advantages and disadvantages, and the surgeon will choose the best one for the patient, based on the consultation and assessment.

Liposuction for men is a safe and effective procedure, but like any surgery, it has some risks and considerations that the patient should be aware of and prepared for. The patient should be a good candidate and eligible for liposuction for men, to ensure the safety and effectiveness of the procedure, as well as the satisfaction and confidence of the patient.

Dr. Kenton Schoonover is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the founder of Kansas Plastic Surgery, a premier cosmetic surgery center in Wichita, Kansas. Dr. Schoonover has extensive training and expertise in liposuction for men, and he is committed to providing the highest level of care and excellence to his patients. Dr. Schoonover ensures the patient safety and satisfaction by performing a thorough consultation and assessment, using the most advanced and minimally invasive techniques and technologies, and providing comprehensive and personalized post-operative care and follow-up.

If you are interested in liposuction for men, and you want to learn more about the procedure, the expected results, the recovery process, and the possible side effects and outcomes, please contact Dr. Kenton Schoonover and Kansas Plastic Surgery today. Dr. Schoonover will be happy to answer your questions and address your concerns, and he will help you achieve your desired physique and boost your self-esteem. You can reach Dr. Schoonover and Kansas Plastic Surgery by phone at (316)-305-9618. Thank you for reading this blog post, and we hope to hear from you soon. 😊

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