The Skin Transformation Process

Skin Transformation

Let’s talk about the process of skin transformation following our Tumescent Liposuction technique preformed by Dr. Nathan Long of Cosmetic Procedures Clinic.

In this diagram of three images we will look at the images from left to right.
  • Lets start with the first image on the left. This first image shows what our skin looks like when there is fat under the surface. We have two skin pores here with hair. The distance between these two pores is about 10mm.
  • The second image shows what our skin looks like immediately following our Tumescent Liposuction procedure. You can see that the skin is now folded in tiny micron folds. This why our skin may appear to be wrinkled and not smooth up against the body. Our skin is constantly renewing itself by shedding the dead layers of skin and regenerating fresh new healthy skin. This is why after some time, you notice your mattress becomes heavier and heavier. Dead skin cells shed every single day. After our Tumescent Liposuction procedure, the skin goes through this natural process, only quicker. Wearing your compression garment during the time required it critical to keeping gravity from pulling the skin down.
  • The third image in this diagram shows a smooth surface of skin following our Tumescent Liposuction procedure. You can see that the distance between the two pores is now 5mm. This is the final stage of the Tumescent Liposuction process. A smooth skin surface with no wrinkling or sagging skin.

This blog post is for informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for professional medical care. – Cosmetic Procedures Clinic.

2 thoughts on “The Skin Transformation Process

  1. Thanks for the information. I’ve been thinking that i want to get to get some work on my skin. Like you said, there are a lot of ways you could do that. Maybe liposuction would be good? I don’t know, what do you think?

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