Liposuction is more than just fat removal – liposuction doctors who lack the skill sets and experience to understand body harmony and apply the appropriate contouring techniques towards the art of body sculpting may result in unforeseen botched jobs.
You’ve read the title by now, but let’s not be too quick to judge. Plastic or cosmetic surgery has had a rollercoaster journey in terms of reputation – going from being despised to being trendy (Kylie Jenner, we’re looking at you).
Men do get it and they know the importance of looking good. However, some become too obsessive in that pursuit, which can lead to other issues.
SINGAPORE, May 11, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — According to Dr Ivan Puah, an MOH-accredited liposuction doctor and Medical Director of Amaris B. Clinic, the ratio of female to male patients at his clinic has shifted from 70:30 to 45:55 since its inception.
One thing that CoolSculpting won’t help with is cellulite. According to Dr Ivan Puah at Amaris B. Clinic, cellulite occurs due to changes in skin thickness, and the way fat lobules are arranged beneath the skin.
Deeply grateful that Amaris B. Clinic has received the recognition as the “2019 Body Sculpting Provider of the Year in Asia-Pacific,” “2020 Body Sculpting Medical Center of the Year in Asia Pacific,” and “2020 Integrated Healthcare Medical Centre of the Year in APAC” by GlobalHealth Asia-Pacific.
“Liposuction is a medical procedure which removes unwanted fat tissues from selected body areas,” Dr Ivan Puah, lead aesthetic doctor of Amaris B. Clinic, explains. “It is designed to target excess fat tissues resistant to dieting and exercise. Through targeted body fat reduction and body sculpting,
We are heartened to be the winner two years in a row for 2019 Body Sculpting Service Provider of the Year in APAC, 2020 Body Sculpting Medical Centre of the Year in APAC, and 2020 Integrated Healthcare Medical Centre of the Year in APAC!