Liposuction for Men Jacksonville FL | Patrick Basile MD

Liposuction for Men in Jacksonville, Florida

Do you work out regularly, but still have pockets of flab that you just can’t seem to get rid of? If healthy eating and physical fitness just isn’t working, you may want to consider Liposuction.

About Liposuction

As a male, you may want a leaner, more defined body, but it is possible that some areas are more stubborn than others. For example, men commonly carry excess fat in their chest, midsection, flanks and around the neck. Dr. Basile can use liposuction to remove these pesky fat cells and give you better contours for a tighter, leaner look. Depending on your goals, we can target specific areas to remove and re-contour to bring you one step closer to those aesthetic desires.

Am I a good candidate?

If you have stubborn areas of fat and are in good general health, you may be a good candidate for Liposuction.

How is Liposuction performed?

A Liposuction procedure can range from one hour to a few based on the amount of fat that needs to be removed. Dr. Basile will begin with a local or general anesthesia for a more comfortable process. Then, a small cannula, or thin tube will be inserted in small incisions to loosen the targeted fat. Once the fat is dislodged, it will then be suctioned out from the body.

Results and Recovery

You should expect minor swelling and bruising along with some pain post-procedure. Dr. Basile will prescribe medication to help make your healing more comfortable. You should take a few days off of work and a few weeks before resuming physical activity following your procedure. During recovery, you will be expected to wear tight compression garments to assist in reducing the swelling and help stabilize your new contour.

Your Consultation in Jacksonville, Florida

If you are located near Jacksonville, Florida, you want to work with a doctor who has the experience and knowledge to help achieve your aesthetic goals. Contact Dr. Basile to schedule your consultation and get started today!

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