Smart Liposuction Before and After Pictures
Smart Liposuction before and after pictures show potential laser lipolysis patients the results and value of the work of lipo surgeons. Besides credentials, accreditations and patient reviews, Liposuction Surgeons can prove their quality and experience with SmartLipo before and after patient pictures.
Smart Lipo Before and After Photos by Body Areas
Most plastic surgeons organize their before and after laser lipo pics by body areas. In many before and after galleries, the pictures are listed like:
- before and after abdomen
- lipo on arms before and after
- back lipo before and after
- leg before and afters
- neck, chin or jaw pictures
- breast lipo before and afters
- knee lipo surgery photos
- thighs and Legs pictures
Other doctors prefer to separate their before and after photos by gender. They categorize their picture gallery for male and female patients. Usually the female before and after photos section features more before and afters, compared to the male patient gallery. You will find the gallery divided in 2 sections:
- female before and after pictures
- male before and after photos
Patient pictures - Comparing before and afters
What should you be paying attention to while comparing before and after pictures? How can you distinguish between quality liposuction results? Before and afters can give and idea of the quality and skills of a lipo surgeon. While you detail the pictures, ask yourself:
- Do the results look real?
Some pictures might have some retouch work. Think of Instagram filters.
- Were pictures taken from the same angle?
In some before photos the patient appears closer, thus appearing larger and making the size drop effect dramatic when compared to the result. This makes the fair comparison difficult.
- Is the patient wearing different clothes?
Some patients wear different clothing, for example a thong in the before and none in the after picture. Underwear can make you look fatter if its worn to tight around the waistband.
- Is there difference in Lights and Shadows?
Pictures taken with more direct light can cast more shadow, making curves and prominent areas stand out more. However, by adding soft, indirect light, shadows and imperfections are minimized and the skin and curves look smoother than they actually are.