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In-Office Lipo: Too Good to be True?

In-Office Lipo: Too Good to be True?

On the latest PSC Uncut, board certified plastic surgeons Dr. Dustin Reid of Austin and Dr. Steven Camp of Fort Worth discuss the notion of in-office liposuction. Normally, liposuction is a procedure that requires general anesthesia and an operating room. Some patients just have a small pocket of fat and ask their surgeons if it’s really necessary to go through all of that; couldn’t they just do it in the office real quick? The experts share their thoughts and advice.

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