At Advanced Liposuction Center, we are pleased to help our clients achieve the attractive and youthful appearance they desire and to enhance any areas of the body that are less than pleasing. There are some subjects, however, that patients are hesitant to bring up. There is no need for embarrassment when discussing the body. Our expert plastic surgeons will address all your concerns in a free and confidential consultation and help you decide on the best treatment option or options to obtain your desired results. Below are services we offer to deal with two common cosmetic concerns.


There are several reasons why women may experience discomfort with their vagina or labia. In some cases, a woman may be born with an elongated or irregularly shaped labium. But, just like other parts of the body, the vagina and labia undergo changes as you age. Childbirth and genetics can also result in laxity of vaginal tissue and a distorted or misshapen appearance. Although perhaps not medically harmful, these irregularities can interfere with intercourse or be irritated by undergarments. Exercise may also cause discomfort. Fortunately, through labiaplasty our expert physicians can trim and reshape labial tissue creating a comfortable and natural-looking appearance. You’ll feel better and have restored confidence as a result of the improved look.

Liposuction for men

The most common plastic surgery technique for males is liposuction, which will remain popular among men in 2023. Male liposuction often targets the lower abdomen and “love handles,” or sides, although men can also have fat suctioned out of their chests, backs, and shoulders. Male liposuction helps men attain a sculpted, toned body they can be proud of.

Male liposuction is carried out in the same manner as liposuction on women, with the exception of the region from which the fat is removed.

In order to remove stubborn fat cells from the body and suction them out, a thin cannula that resembles an IV needle is inserted into the skin. The surgeon then uses back-and-forth movements to shape the targeted areas.


Blepharoplasty, with 200,000 treatments carried out annually, is the second most common facial surgical procedure, only behind rhinoplasty. Blepharoplasty, sometimes known as “eyelid surgery,” is a procedure used to reduce or eliminate bags under the eyes as well as extra skin and fat from above the eyelid. As a result, the eyes appear bigger and more open, giving the face a more youthful, refreshed aspect.


The most prevalent facial plastic surgery technique, rhinoplasty, also known as “a nose job,” averages about 225,000 operations per year. This surgical contouring of the nose can alter the tissue and bone as well as lessen the size of a bigger nose. Rhinoplasty involves reshaping the nose to remove lumps, narrow the nostrils, and make the tip smaller and more aesthetically pleasing.

Numerous people elect to have rhinoplasty in addition to its aesthetic advantages for health reasons.

One of the most common cosmetic surgery treatments in 2023 will still be a nose job since it can help patients breathe more easily, especially while they’re sleeping, and can mend broken noses and deviated septa.

Reduction of Enlarged Breasts for Men

Women aren’t the only ones dealing with sensitive appearance issues. Many men suffer needlessly for years not ever going shirtless even on the beach on the hottest day due to overly large breasts. Using the most up to date, safe and effective aqua liposuction techniques, we can remove excess fat tissue stored in the breasts. As an added bonus, you can even use the fat that is removed to increase volume to another part of your body that has lost its shape or firmness. It is possible to restore youthful vigor in your appearance. Instead of hiding your body, experience self confidence and ease in relating to the opposite sex that comes with no longer feeing self-conscious about how you look.

Most surgeries can be done in our Cranberry Township surgical suite with minimal discomfort. To find the right treatments for you, contact us by calling: 724-683-7581.