Body Sculpting in Norwich, CT

Body sculpting encompasses a range of plastic surgery procedures designed to create the patient’s ideal body and appearance. Stubborn fat pockets and loose skin are removed, leaving behind a healthy, taut physique. Dr. Richard J. Martin performs body sculpting procedures for patients in Norwich, Colchester, Mystic, Waterford, Glastonbury, and nearby Connecticut communities.

What is Body Sculpting?

Body sculpting is a subset of plastic surgery procedures designed to reshape and redefine the body’s contours. The result of body contouring is a physical appearance which reflects your efforts to achieve a toned, tight more youthful physique.

The body sculpting procedures offered at Connecticut Surgical Arts include:

Benefits of Body Sculpting

Body sculpting procedures create definition which has evaded the patient, despite their commitment to healthy diet and an active routine. Body contouring doesn’t replace a healthy lifestyle, but complements it and helps the patient reach their aesthetic goals.

Perhaps you’ve reached your weight loss goals, but feel unable to celebrate your achievements due to the loose skin that is left behind, or stubborn areas of fat that haven’t resolved despite your efforts. Body sculpting addresses these trouble zones to help you achieve the final appearance you desire.

Who Is The Ideal Candidate for Body Sculpting?

Ideal candidates for body sculpting are those with troublesome spots that don’t seem to be remedied by diet and exercise alone. If signs of aging affect the way you feel about your body’s appearance, a body contouring procedure may be the right approach for your treatment. Generally, strong candidates are in good health and have realistic goals for surgery.

What Do I Need To Do Before Body Sculpting?

First, you’ll meet with Dr. Martin for your initial consultation. He will evaluate your body and listen to your goals before determining if you could benefit from a body sculpting procedure. He may recommend one or more procedures designed to treat areas of your body to help you best reach your aesthetic goals.

How Long Does It Take to Perform Body Sculpting?

Body contouring encompasses numerous procedures – some may take longer than others. You’ll be informed of the procedure time during your initial consultation.

What To Expect After Body Sculpting

After a body sculpting procedure, there will be a period of recovery, where you’ll need to take it easy and let your body heal. You’ll be given specific instructions to follow, and may be prescribed medications or medical garments. Our staff will deliver all aftercare instructions and set follow-up appointments following your procedure, and make sure you fully understand them before leaving.

Will I Have Scars After Body Sculpting?

Body contouring procedures do require incisions, which will produce scars. As the goal of body sculpting is to improve the body’s aesthetic appearance, Dr. Martin uses advanced techniques to keep scars well-hidden and to minimize their appearance.

When Will I See The Results?

How long before results are visible will depend on the procedure. Some procedures will have noticeable effects right away, while others take time and healing to see the true results.

How Long Will The Results of Body Sculpting Last?

Body sculpting produces long-lasting results, which can be maintained for years through proper self-care. Following a healthy diet and maintaining your weight can help preserve the appearance achieved through surgery.

How Much Does Body Sculpting in Norwich Cost?

Dr. Martin will discuss costs with you during your consultation. Connecticut Surgical Arts accepts payment by cash, check, and credit card. Multiple financing options are also available.

Connecticut Surgical Arts is passionately committed to reflecting your inner beauty. Using the latest and most advanced procedures for cosmetic and reconstructive surgery, our team offers full body plastic surgery, emphasizing overall health and wellness to the residents of Norwich, Mystic, Colchester, Waterford, Glastonbury, and the surrounding communities in Connecticut. Contact us today for a complimentary consultation.