Rhett Palmer Interviews Dr Frazier And Dr Bailor On Why Liposuction Is Not For Dieting

By: Vero Cosmetic Surgery & Medispa
 
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Katya Bailor M.D.,William Frazier M.D.,
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Feb. 23, 2016 - PRLog -- Dr. Frazier and Dr. Bailor practice at Vero Cosmetic Surgery and Medispa in Vero Beach, Florida, which serves the Treasure Coast and surrounding areas.

Dr. Bailor's training is specialized in cosmetic surgery of the head and neck. Dr. Frazier's specialty includes reconstructive surgery, breast reconstruction, liposuction, skin cancer and skin cancer reconstruction. He mentioned in a previous segment, "She's a real delight, technically excellent and thinks well as a clinician."

Medispa Vs Traditional Spa

When Rhett asked, "What is a Medispa?", Dr. Frazier responded, "Unlike the regular spa with massages, nail treatments and facials, a Medispa has more of a medical aspect to it, which involves peels, laser skin treatments and laser hair removal — services that are not available in a typical spa."

The full video can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4jUbFZ4Q8M



Weight Loss Myths Debunked: There Are No Magic Pills

Dr. Frazier also explained that both pigment cells and fat cells that are removed do not multiply. Post-liposuction, fat has fewer areas to reappear should the person gain weight after surgery. Despite the marketing of over the counter supplements, there are no magic pills. He explained, "Dieting now is more focused on what we and when we eat as opposed to taking pills as it was twenty years ago."

Back in the 30s and 40s, the food industry really started to take off when the FDA said carbohydrates should be 60% of your diet. Today the obesity rates are higher, which suggests the effect is not genetic but environmental and caused by food.

Bacteria In The Intestinal Tract Dictates Weight Loss

Dr. Frazier went on the say, "You can change the bacteria in your intestinal tract and the person will put on weight and you can change it to a different species and they will lose weight." Certain bacteria thrive on glucose and sweets. It eats it up and makes it available to your body so that these sugars can be stored, causing a person to gain weight.

Dr. Frazier encourages his patients to commit to a healthy lifestyle, change their eating and exercising habits prior to liposuction surgery.

To learn more about liposuction and facial surgery, visit Vero Cosmetic Surgery and Medispa's corporate website at http://www.VeroCosmetic.com or call 772-562-2400.

About Dr. Frazier and Dr. Bailor

William H. Frazier, MD, FACS,
is Yale-trained, experienced and trusted for over 25 years.

Katya Huseva Bailor, MD, completed her Fellowship at University of Missouri - Columbia in Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery through the American Academy of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery.

YouTube Channels:

Vero Cosmetic Surgery and MediSpa - Bailor MD - Frazier MD

William H. Frazier

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