Draws the curves…
Obesity has been a growing phenomenon, especially in the past twenty years.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), it is the epidemic of the century.
Obesity has multiple effects (cardiac, renal, hormonal effects ...) that require tailored multidisciplinary medical care to "cure" it.
The plastic surgeon only intervenes after weight loss, and when the Body Mass Index (BMI) is less than 30 kg/m2. The formula to calculate your BMI is weight / height2.
Tissues are then drooping and the patient has a net surplus of skin, like a bag emptied of its contents.
The aim of plastic surgery is to reshape your body, removing skin excess and residual fat.
Traditionally concerned areas are: