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Neck liposuction Scottsdale
Dr. A. Chasby Sacks is the pioneer of liposuction in Arizona. He was the first Surgeon to perform liposuction here and has been performing the procedure on men and women for over 15 years. Areas of the body that respond well to liposuction surgery include the neck and jowls, cheeks, upper arms, inner and outer thighs, buttocks, knees, hips and abdomen. Liposuction may also be used for small breast reductions in cases where there's little sagging or to remove fat at the sides of the breast. In a small percentage of cases, only the small liposuction scars would be necessary. This procedure is becoming more popular because the tiny incisions greatly reduce scarring. Men with enlarged breasts can also benefit from this technique.
Liposuction surgery is a surgical procedure in which fat cells are removed from the body. A small tube attached to a high-pressure vacuum suction inserted through a small incision in the skin, extracts excess fat cells. Because the procedure does not involve large incisions and extensive cutting, there is little pain, rapid healing and minimal scarring. Most patients are completely ambulatory immediately after surgery.
Dr. Sacks was one of the first 10 surgeons in the USA to use the safer water cooled ultrasonic liposuction machine which he felt had certain advantages in achieving the best possible results. Now Dr. Sacks prefers to use a laser to assist in liposuction. This FDA approved device allows easier removal of fat and decreases inflamation, lessens pain, and speeds healing. ( Channel 10 News interviewed Dr. Sacks regarding this laser. ) Make an appointment to visit Dr. Sacks and learn more about the newest advances in liposuction. Please call Arizona Cosmetic Surgery at (602) 277-1111 if you are in Phoenix, Scottsdale or elsewhere in Arizona. If you are outside of Arizona, please call (800) 765-2771.
Results may vary.
Prices range from $2500 to $3500 depending on type of anesthetic chosen.