There are different problem areas in every body type. Which category do you fall into considering your bodyshape. The general guidelines outlined below help you determine your bodyshape and the problem areas that can be subjected to liposuction, if you are considering it.

The Apples

Have a heavy midsection with bulky tummy, hips, and buttocks, but have slim arms and legs. Liposuction helps reduce the stubborn fat deposits in the mid section.

The Pears

Have excess weight from waist down and are usually built heavy. The hips, buttocks, thighs, and even the knees and ankles have fat deposits. Liposuction helps to reduce the excess weight and after liposuction a lower body lift may be required to tighten the sagging skin which encompassed the fatty areas.

The Athletes

Have a muscular tone with uneven distribution of fat deposits. The fat pocketed away from the muscle causes bothersome bulges, mainly around the waist, inner thighs, and upper arms. Liposuction is mainly applied to the fat in muscular areas in such case.

The Slim

Even the most slender people have areas of fat. Navel and inner thigh regions are most affected. Liposuction may not be useful and the fat can be burnt with exercise.

The Hourglass

Though shapely, some curves might be excessive in some. Fibrous dense fat deposits are best treated by Ultrasound Assited Liposuction (UAL), which liquifies the fat before drawing out of the body. The ares treated are upper arms, the bra line, hips and outer and inner thighs.

Liposuction can only offer limited and temporary fat reduction. It has to followed up with regular diet and exercise regimen.