Liposuction is the process of suctioning or vacuuming out fat from different parts of the body, such as the abdomen, face, hips, thighs, chest, back, calves, ankles, upper arms, and neck. It allows not just fat removal but also contouring of these areas. There are many approaches to liposuction surgery. The technique that is best suited for a person depends on many factors, such as the size of the area being treated, the presence of other health conditions, etc. Read more: What Is the Most Common Liposuction Technique? Article
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