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Annapolis Plastic Surgeon Offers Enhanced Arm Contouring Results With SmartLipo

Dr. Marcia Ormsby Helps Patients Remove Excess Fat in the Arms by Utilizing Less Invasive Laser Liposuction for Results They Can Be Proud to Show Off

ANNAPOLIS, MD--(Marketwired - July 23, 2014) - Dr. Marcia Ormsby, a plastic surgeon in Annapolis, recognizes how there are often limits to what diet and exercise can accomplish, leaving patients with excess fat and loose skin they just cannot seem to eliminate. She explains how the arms, in particular, are one of these trouble spots for which patients often seek cosmetic enhancement at Annapolis Aesthetic Surgery. While specific surgical procedures like the arm lift or traditional liposuction techniques can provide beautiful, natural-looking results, Dr. Ormsby offers an advanced, less invasive alternative for patients who want more toned-looking arms for any occasion: SmartLipo™.

SmartLipo™ is similar to traditional liposuction in that it involves the use of a small cannula to remove fat deposits in areas like the face, neck, stomach, thighs, arms, and others. However, Dr. Ormsby is especially fond of SmartLipo™ because it utilizes laser technology to improve the contour of areas like the upper arms without causing extensive scarring. She inserts the laser through a small incision in the armpit, which typically fades to flesh-tone over the course of a year. She explains how the laser technology is able to smooth cellulite by targeting the fibers that create its rough appearance. Additionally, Dr. Ormsby says the laser can tighten excess skin by targeting the area under its surface.

As noted in her blog post titled "The Benefits of Using a Laser for Liposuction," there are multiple advantages to using SmartLipo™ for arm contouring. If a patient is not ready to commit to a more in-depth surgery, or desires a shorter recovery period. Dr. Ormsby points out that laser liposuction can be a great alternative to more invasive options while still providing toned- and smooth-looking upper arms. She explains in her blog post "Why Choose SmartLipo™ for Arm Contouring" that the procedure can also be performed in addition to other body-sculpting procedures to help patients of her Annapolis plastic surgery practice reach their ultimate goals.

As the season of tank-tops and short sleeves continues, Dr. Ormsby encourages patients to regain confidence in their appearance, instead of covering up their arms to hide them. She emphasizes that, while certain procedures can be great for one person, another person may require a different approach. Dr. Ormsby advises that anyone interested in arm contouring should schedule a consultation with a qualified plastic surgeon to learn about the options.

About Marcia V. Ormsby, MD

Dr. Marcia Ormsby received her medical degree from the University of Massachusetts and went on to complete a general surgery residency at the State University of New York. She furthered her plastic surgery training at New York Hospital, Cornell Medical Center, and the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. Dr. Ormsby continues to be involved in the medical community as an active member of the Maryland Plastic Surgery Society, the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery, the American Medical Women's Association, and the Association of Women Surgeons. She is available for interview upon request.

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