Category Archives: Liposuction

A woman enjoys coffee after receiving an arm lift.

Arm Lift or Liposuction?

As a body contouring specialist, I've performed many skin reduction procedures such as arm lift surgery at my Los Angeles practice for patients who have lost significant weight. Upper arm skin often sags after weight loss, and it can be quite frustrating for men and women who have dedicated themselves to losing weight. Not all …

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Which Type of Liposuction Procedure Is Right for You?

Since the use of tumescent solution revolutionized modern liposuction in the 1980s, technology has been steadily advancing and producing new ways to make the body contouring procedure less invasive and more effective. Patients considering liposuction at my Los Angeles practice may be surprised to learn how many varied approaches to the procedure exist today. Each …

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Choosing the Right Practice for Your Liposuction

Sometimes, selecting a provider for your plastic surgery procedure can be as challenging as planning the procedure itself. This is especially true of liposuction here in Los Angeles, where it seems like there's a specialist on every corner. While liposuction may seem like a relatively simple option in the world of plastic surgery, it's still …

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5 Things to Know Before Liposuction

My Los Angeles liposuction patients always surprise me with how much they already know about the procedure. But there are still some pervasive myths and misconceptions that deserve to be addressed. Here are 5 important points to consider before you schedule your liposuction surgery: Choose your provider wisely. If you've spent any time researching aesthetic professionals, you've …

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Why Liposuction is About More Than Just Looking Good (Clinical Studies Prove It!)

When people have difficulty losing weight despite dieting, exercise, and even medication, they will probably start thinking about having liposuction or a tummy tuck. Los Angeles plastic surgeons like myself stand ready to help these patients if they decide to pursue these surgical options. I often say to patients - both on my website (drstoker.com) and in person …

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