The new contours of the body will remain in the permanent region after liposuction. Even by increasing a moderate amount of body weight (less than ten pounds), the patient's new body contours will not be affected. The long-term answer is that your body will definitely store fat differently after liposuction. Liposuction won't stop you from gaining or losing weight.
It just means that there are fewer fat cells in certain areas of the body. However, fat cells from other parts of the body can still grow. Therefore, if you lead an unhealthy lifestyle after the procedure, you may very well experience weight gain after liposuction. Unfortunately, it's possible for fat to return after liposuction.
If you allow him to come back. In general, the more weight a patient gains after liposuction, the less dramatic their results will be. Although liposuction is commonly believed to be a slimming technique, this isn't true. Liposuction involves reshaping the body, but it can't stop you from gaining weight after treatment.
Although fat will be distributed more evenly throughout the body after liposuction. Rapid weight gain can cause the body to accumulate fat in the treatment area. Gaining weight could be just as harmful as losing weight. If you gain weight after lipo, fat may reappear irregularly.
For some patients, this means that the fat returns in a way that seems a little more clumpy than before. For other patients, it means that other areas of the body become larger than the treated area and show the seams from the liposuction procedure. A lot will depend on your own individual body and how you store fat.