While many people today have begun to seek procedures in body contouring to achieve the shape they desire, they often overlook the many possible complications that can arise if surgery is not conducted properly. Unfortunately, the medical complications that arise with a botched body contouring procedure can lead to a great deal of pain and unwanted cosmetic effects for a patient. As a result, it is absolutely imperative that before a patient undergoes surgery, they adequately search for the most qualified doctor available. At Bergman Folkers Plastic Surgery, our body contouring specialists are focused on giving our clients the appearance they desire without compromising their personal safety.
After a procedure, the patient can experience many temporary side effects that may prove painful and inconvenient—some of these are normal and others may be cause for concern. Bruising, swelling, and pain are all common, with the severity of each dependent on the type of procedure done and the skill of the doctor. Like with any surgery, however, there are many possible and dangerous complications that can arise with body contouring procedures; some of the most common complications that arise with these procedures include:
Due to vast improvements in the medical field, body contouring has become an ever growing popular form of weight management for struggling Americans. However, if not done properly, even a simple and low-risk procedure can result in severe consequences.
All surgeries and procedures come with potential risks, but these risks can be mitigated with the experience of a proven surgeon who can provide a patient with effective medical advice. At Bergman Folkers Plastic Surgery, our doctors have had extensive experience in body contouring with bodies of all shapes and sizes. We strive to ensure that all our procedures meet and surpass all safety protocols so that our clients can rest assured that all risks have been minimized. Contact us at (515) 222-1111 to speak with a member of our medical team about body contouring today.