jbmore SAID:

Why do I need to be at my goal weight before plastic surgery? I don’t feel with my frame that I would look good less than my goal weight. If I have 20 pounds of skin and fat removed, I know it would not suit me. I have lost over 100 pounds and would be looking at a tt, arm lift, leg lift butt lift and plenty of lipo.

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  1. Dr. Laurie Casas wrote on :

    The key is that you are at the weight you can maintain at the time of surgery. Even more important is that you have a healthy lifestyle with great eating and exercise habits. Its important to have a consultation with a board certified Plastic Surgeon who can help you achieve safe realistic goals.

  2. Dr. Gustavo Galante wrote on :

    All weight is relative to height and body shape. 20 lbs. can be very different in various individual. A consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon will best determine if surgery would be of benefit and safe at this time.

  3. Dr. Janet Turkle wrote on :

    Our policy is for the patient to be within 20 pounds of their goal weight in order to obtain a satisfactory and result. Of course, a consultation is necessary since every patient is unique.

  4. Dr. Ellen Janetzke wrote on :

    Typically we suggest patients be at their goal to obtain the optimal result. If you believe that you are within 20 pounds, a consultation with a board certified plastic surgeon would be in order.

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