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Washington, D.C. Liposuction Surgery – Lipoplasty in Washington, DC

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About Washington, D.C. Liposuction Surgeons

Washington D.C. cosmetic plastic surgery patients have many qualified surgeons to choose from, some of whom perform several forms of lipoplasty. Perhaps the most popular is tumescent liposuction, a procedure in which a saline-adrenaline solution (and sometimes an anesthetic) is injected into the treatment site prior to the extraction of fat. Other popular cosmetic surgery procedures performed by Washington, D.C. liposuction surgeons include breast augmentation, blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery) and body lift, which repairs sagging skin and gives patients a more youthful look.

In your search for a Washington, DC liposuction surgeon, make sure to narrow down your choices to board-certified plastic surgeons. These surgeons go through advanced training in plastic surgery procedures, including liposuction. This additional education gives surgeons special insight into the intricacies of various procedures, which in turn allows them to better explain their benefits and drawbacks to you.

If you are interested in procedures that fall outside the realm of plastic surgery, you will need to contact a surgeon who specializes in that respective area of medicine. For lap band surgery and other forms of weight loss surgery, visit our Consumer Guide to Weight Loss Surgery.

Your Trip to Washington, DC for Liposuction

If you are thinking of having liposuction in Washington, D.C., you couldn't have picked a better city. Not only does Washington, D.C. have many top notch surgeons — it also has an abundance of attractions, including many of the nation's most revered museums and monuments.

As the nation's capital, D.C. is home to several landmarks commemorating the U.S. soldiers who sacrificed their lives in various 20th Century conflicts, including the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. In order to honor the memory of the fallen soldiers, each of these impressive memorials was constructed with the utmost attention to every detail.

Washington, DC has a population of 588,292, but the vast majority of the people who work in the District of Columbia live in nearby Maryland and Virginia. Thus, the daytime population is over 1 million. The sudden exodus of commuters at the end of the day makes for an interesting nighttime experience, as much of the downtown area vacates and life begins to revolve around other neighborhoods.

Most of the neighborhoods of interest to tourists are located in the city's northwest quadrant. This includes popular areas such as Dupont Circle and the college-town-come-shopping-haven of Georgetown, where throngs of shoppers, diners and revelers crowd the neighborhood's main thoroughfare and adjacent streets.

More Aesthetic Enhancements in Washington, D.C.

Many people are interested in more than one type of elective surgical procedure. If, in addition to having liposuction in Washington, DC, you are also interested in porcelain veneers or teeth whitening, contact a cosmetic dentist in Washington, D.C. To learn more about breast augmentation, contact a Washington, D.C. breast augmentation surgeon. Some liposuction patients are also interested in tummy tuck surgery; if you would like to learn more about abdominoplasty and other plastic surgery procedures, a Washington, DC tummy tuck surgeon can help.

If you are a board-certified plastic surgeon and are interested on how to be listed on our website, please call 858-454-5505 or click here to email us.

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Michael J. Olding, MD, FACS
George Washington University Hospital
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