Sood Center > Plastic Surgery > Body Contouring

Extreme weight loss and strenuous workout routines still leave many people unhappy with their bodies. The body contouring procedures performed by board-certified plastic & reconstructive surgeon Dr. Mohit Sood of Sood Center can help you obtain the proportions you desire.

What Is Body Contouring?

Body contouring is the process of modifying one or more body parts to give them a slimmer, more toned appearance. Patients can trust that their body contouring procedures are performed to put their safety and comfort first. Some of the more common body contouring procedures include the following:

  • Arm Lift
  • Body Lift
  • Brazilian Butt Lift
  • Liposuction
  • Mommy Makeover
  • Thigh Lift
  • Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)



The procedure will depend on the exact area you wish to firm and tone, as well as your own anatomy. Two of the most common methods of contouring are liposuction and fat transfer. Dr. Sood may also trim excess skin or other tissue to help tighten certain areas. Some problem areas may require a combination of techniques to produce the desired results. The exact method of contouring will be discussed in detail during your initial consultation.

What Are the Benefits of Body Contouring?

Certain areas of the body can be difficult to firm and tone; regardless of how much you diet or work out. Body contouring allows you to achieve a more fit appearance when traditional methods of diet and exercise have failed. It is not intended to be a substitute for exercise or weight loss, but instead is designed to complement your efforts.

Body contouring surgeries can be especially beneficial to those who have recently lost a significant amount of weight. Skin that has stretched due to weight loss cannot be reduced naturally, so those who want to show off their trimmer figures may need to have excess skin surgically removed in order to do so.

To learn more about body contouring procedures, schedule your initial consultation at Sood Center today. Call us at (856) 403-9686 or at (609) 904-5390.