Fat & Cellulite

Liposuction for Men in Michigan

If you can envision yourself without a bulge of fat somewhere, liposuction may be for you.

You may find that, although you are taking care of yourself, trying to eat right and stay active, you have trouble spots that just aren’t going away.

If you would like to take care of it once and for all, liposuction may be your answer.

Prices for Liposuction range from $3,500 to $6,500, with additional fees added for sedation.

Common Areas for Men:

Lower Abdomen and Flanks (love handles/spare tire):

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The chest is another area of common concern for men:

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Visit our Male Breast Reduction page for more specific information on this trouble area.

In men, a little genetic fat on the neck is common:

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FAQs:

All of these procedures involve similar techniques. The laser or ultrasound energy is used to break up the fat for more effective removal. Each has its own advantages and uses, and your doctor will review your options with you.

You will be sedated, so you won’t feel anything.

In most cases, you are back to work in 2-4 days.

Yes, but it is a tiny dot, and generally disappears over time.

No. Liposuction is removing the fat cells. You will not grow new ones. If your weight stays relatively the same, it will never change. It does not prevent you from putting weight on in other areas, so you need to continue to manage your weight.

The skin retracts when the fat is removed.

Liposuction does not cause weight gain. And, it does not prevent it. However, it does make the treated area very resistant to weight gain, so if you put on a substantial amount of weight, you will see it in other areas mostly.

The cost is generally $3,500-$6,500. That includes everything related to the surgery.