Get the mouth of your dreams with liposuction in Brookfield, CT
CHANG SOO KIM, MD
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon
Drawing from his extensive surgical experience and academic training, Dr. Chang Soo Kim MD provides his patients with comprehensive cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. He also dedicates himself to each patient, providing personalized, uncompromised care.
Dr. Kim’s cosmetic surgery techniques enhance one’s natural beauty without appearing artificial or overdone. Committed to reconstructive surgery with best possible functional and cosmetic results, he is capable of tailoring surgery to a patient’s specific needs and expectations.
Board Certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons
Medical Degree, Yale School of Medicine
Plastic Surgery Residency, Yale- New Haven Hospital
The Safest Place To get Your Liposuction Done in Brookfield , CT !
Plastic surgery at the Dr. CS Kim Plastic Surgery Clinic in Brookfield, CT is performed by a surgeon accredited by the Joint Commission. He is certified by the American Board of Plastic Surgery and has dedicated his career to enhancing his patients’ appearances.
Patients who seek cosmetic treatment from Dr. Kim most often request liposuction. In addition to traditional liposuction, Dr. Kim is also skilled in laser liposuction, a technique that can remove unwanted fat from many different parts of the body. Liposuction can be used to remove a turkey chin or reduce the size of overly large lips. With lipo laser surgery, he can smooth and contour the stomach, thighs, buttocks, and arms, as well as remove fat from the abdomen. Almost any part of the body can be enhanced with liposuction.
If you are looking for liposuction near me in Brookfield, CT, you can schedule a consultation with Dr. CS Kim Plastic Surgery.
In what way does liposuction work?
One of the most popular methods of body contouring is liposuction. Surgical liposuction, including laser liposuction, is a procedure that removes excess fatty deposits and makes the skin look smooth, trim, and toned. There are several parts of the body that can be treated with liposuction, including the abdomen, flanks, thighs, buttocks, upper arms, and chin.
If you were born with naturally large lips, you may see a reduction in their size. The desire for fuller lips is common among women, but some women are born with naturally large lips as well. Lip liposuction can accomplish this.
Liposuction surgery: how does it work?
Apart from the fact that the lips are being treated, liposuction is similar to other types of liposuction.
A lip reshaping procedure involves removing fat and skin tissue from the lower and/or upper lips. CS Kim Plastic Surgery offers state-of-the-art lip reduction treatments in our state-of-the-art clinic.
The surgery will be performed under general or local anesthesia so that you will not feel any pain during the procedure. Your lip’s inner pink section will be incised horizontally to conceal the scar.
As soon as the incision has been made, state-of-the-art tools will be used to remove excess fat and skin tissues from your lips. Upon successful removal of tissues, the incision will be sutured closed.
Upon recovering from your surgery, your lips will appear smaller overall.
Get in touch with us today for more information!
You can schedule a private consultation with Dr. CS Kim Plastic Surgery to learn more about lip liposuction if you live in Fairfield County. Fill out an online contact form by calling 203-920-1444 or visiting www.CSKimPlastics.com.
You can expect the very best results at Dr. CS Kim Plastic Surgery from Dr. Kim and his team.
Early people who lived in Brookfield were subsistence farmers, gatherers, and hunters. The main food sources were corn, beans, squash and wild foods found in the rocky, heavily forested foothills of the Berkshire Mountains of Brookfield and New Milford. Such wild foods that were harvested were white oak acorns, American chestnuts, shag bark hickory nuts, may apples, beach nuts and Solomon’s seal. The hunted animals that were taken from the forest and rivers were deer, passenger pigeon, turkey, bass, trout, crawfish, squirrel, rabbit and others. In the 18th century the community was called “Newbury”, a name that came from the three towns from which its land was taken-New Milford, Newtown, and Danbury.
As traveling to surrounding churches was difficult in winter, in 1752 the General Assembly granted the community the right to worship in area homes from September through March. In 1754, the General Assembly granted permission for the Parish of Newbury to build its own meeting house and recruit its own minister. On September 28, 1757, the first Congregational Church building was dedicated. The Reverend Thomas Brooks was ordained as the first settled minister. When incorporated in 1778, the town’s name was changed to Brookfield in honor of Brooks, who was still the minister.
Along the Still River, mills were in operation as early as 1732 in an area that became known as the Iron Works District. Brookfield was a thriving town with iron furnaces, grist mills, sawmills, comb shops, carding and cotton mills, a paper mill, a knife factory, hat factories, stage-coach shops, lime kilns, harness shops and other plants in operation. The grist mill still stands, as the . The Iron Works Aqueduct Company, formed in 1837 to supply water from mountain springs to the Iron Works District, still supplies water as the Brookfield Water Company.Learn more about Brookfield.