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Research on Quality of Life for Former Weight Loss Surgery and Body Contouring Patients Highlights the Realities of Defeating Obesity, says Beverly Hills Physicians
Date:7/20/2017

A July 5th article on Reuters Health News discusses a study which found that most successful weight loss surgery patients who had received a body contouring procedure reported experiencing a better quality of life, compared to other patients. Los Angeles Area health and beauty clinic Beverly Hills Physicians (BHP), which provides both types of procedures, notes that this report jibes with what they regularly hear from their patients who have received procedures ranging from liposuction to a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty) following a successful weight loss surgery.

BHP notes that they put a great deal of effort to making sure that their weight loss surgery patients have a clear and realistic view of what to expect following their procedure. While every case is different, a great many patients who experience a truly significant weight loss can expect to eventually find themselves with folds of skin and pockets of fat that may not be vulnerable to standard diet and exercise. Moreover, these folds are not only a cosmetic issue, as many patients also find them to be uncomfortable.

As a complete resource for health beauty needs, BHP notes that it is able to provide complete care for l oose skin after a weight loss, including the procedure popularly known as a tummy tuck (abdominoplasty). The clinic notes that its patients typically report that they feel as if the procedures complete the process that began with their initial weight loss procedure. Indeed, the clinic notes that, even with the very significant assistance of a bariatric surgery, patients must put some genuine effort into changing their eating habits and taking care of their health following a procedure. Many patients say that the results of their tummy tuck and/or liposuction procedures are a very significant reward for their efforts, and that they feel far more confident and at-home with themselves.

BHP also notes that it is using the most advanced techniques to perform all of its treatments, including abdominoplasty. It adds that an aspect of the procedure that nearly all patients find inconvenient at best are the drains that are routinely put onto patients following the surgical procedure. BHP notes that is now able to offer many of its patients a drainless tummy tuck using TissuGlu, a surgical adhesive that allow the majority of patients to undergo a recovery without the need for any additional management of liquids during the healing process.

Readers who are interested in learning more about what BHP can do regarding health and beauty procedures of any type are invited to call Beverly Hills Physicians at 800-788-1416. The public is also welcome to visit the medical group’s web site at http://www.BeverlyHillsPhysicians.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/07/prweb14491579.htm.


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