3 Times When Lipo Might Be Right for Your Face, Not Just Love Handles

Posted on March 20, 2019

Strong women planking.Can you get liposuction on your face? Absolutely! In fact, for some, facial liposuction makes way more sense than lipo on other parts of the body. It’s not just for love handles, you know. Here are three situations in which facial liposuction might be just what you’ve been looking for.

1. If You lack Definition

If you feel your face is lacking definition, liposuction along your jawline may be able to help bring you closer to the look you’re hoping for. Liposuction along your jaw can help bring structure to your face and aid in a more defined transition from face to neck.

2. If You’re Dealing with a Double Chin

Liposuction on a double chin can be slimming and help reduce the fold in the fat layer.

There are few things more frustrating than dealing with a double chin. While it’s commonly associated with being overweight, that extra fat right below your chin creating the doubled-up effect is not unique to those with a few extra pounds to lose. A double chin can happen to anyone, and liposuction on your face could help correct it.

3. If You’re Facing Fat Deposits in Your Upper Neck

Fatty deposits in your upper neck can cause the look of a “neck hump.” This can make you look heavier than you are. Getting liposuction in this area can help reduce the fat deposits and smooth out your silhouette.

So don’t go thinking to yourself that lipo is reserved for love handles. There are a few opportunities for liposuction on your face that can help you take care of small, unwanted pockets of fat and get you closer to the look you’re looking for sooner.

 

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3 Times When Lipo Might Be Right for Your Face, Not Just Love Handles
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3 Times When Lipo Might Be Right for Your Face, Not Just Love Handles
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Can you get liposuction on your face? Dr. Scot A Martin of Las Cruces, NM describes three situations in which liposuction can be right for the face.
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Martin Plastic Surgery
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