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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Post-Bariatric Surgery

Last updated 2 years ago

Any dramatic weight loss takes hard work, and while bariatric surgery can give many people the push they need, it is not a quick fix. Life after weight loss surgery requires a lot of discipline, and can be quite challenging. Once the weight comes off, certain areas of the body may still be difficult to firm and tone through exercise, partially due to an excess of skin. Post-bariatric surgery is a great option for many patients who have reached a healthy weight but are still unhappy with their new body’s appearance.

  • Look Your Best

Post-bariatric surgery is often referred to as a “body lift.” The removal of excess skin and fat deposits can create a healthier, more youthful body contour to reflect the hard work involved in dramatic weight loss. The procedure should lead to increased attractiveness and confidence.

  • Feel Your Best

Carrying around excess skin and fat is a physical burden, as well as an emotional one. A body lift is a great way to complete the transformation into a healthy new you. It may also enable you to explore wardrobe options which show more skin, so you can have fun with your wardrobe and feel proud of the way you look.

  • Maintain a Healthy Exercise Routine

A healthy lifestyle involves regular exercise, which can be difficult if the body is carrying around extra skin. Not only does this make exercise physically uncomfortable, but it may also make people self-conscious in public. Post-bariatric surgery gives the body a more toned, firm look to help people look and feel better when moving around.

If you have recently lost a lot of weight through bariatric surgery, cosmetic surgery may be a great option to help you look and feel your best. If you are interested in post-bariatric surgery, or would like to learn about other cosmetic procedures, contact Premier Plastic Surgery Group to learn more. Call us today at (832) 431-5296!


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