Does Body Contouring Decrease BMI Over the Long-Term?

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Patients who undergo body contouring following weight loss surgery are more likely to maintain a lower Body Mass Index (BMI) over the long-term according to a newly published study. The study, based on ten years of research following multiple patients between the ages of 18 and 50 who had undergone laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding, found that patients who underwent body contouring procedures such as tummy tuck and body lift maintained an average BMI of 24.6 percent. Those who did not averaged 31 percent, presenting clear evidence that post-bariatric surgery body contouring assists in maintaining a healthier weight long after the initial surgical procedure.

Board-certified Scottsdale plastic surgeon Dr. John Corey is pleased to offer a range of body contouring procedures to men and women who have lost significant amounts of weight. No matter if that weight loss follows bariatric surgery or our own unique surgical boot camp process, Dr. Corey can personalize your treatments to produce ideal contours now and well into the future. We would be happy to discuss your goals and your options in greater detail during your initial consultation with Dr. Corey.

To schedule your body contouring consultation, please contact John J. Corey, MD today. Based in Scottsdale, Dr. Corey proudly helps men and women in Phoenix, Tempe, and surrounding areas of Arizona reach their aesthetic goals.