Body care has always been part of the culture of man since ancient times and witness the gymnastic cult of the Hellenic people and the wonderful statues left to us as a legacy.
Without going too far back in time, Dr Clemente Zorzetto recalls that beauty has gone through all the ages unscathed even if its various declinations have decreed the modification of physical features in recent decades: we have gone from soft and june bodies of the 50s , to the sobriety of the 70s, until the reappearance of the prosperous forms, this time turned, of the '80s and' 90s. The second millennium has opened with awareness, even more marked, that the body is the representation of ourselves in the eyes of the world. "We are what we eat", "we are for how we move" are all very true phrases that however often clash with the reality of every day that does not allow us to eat, exercise or simply live in a healthy way.
The hectic life of every day, the thousand commitments have changed our habits and also our body, not to mention that we must also deal with factors that are independent of our will, such as inheritance.
The accumulation of fat in well-defined points is not only the consequence of an incorrect diet or lack of physical activity but also depends on genetic factors.
Cosmetic surgery has made great strides in recent times and allows us to offer solutions that are increasingly less invasive and, at the same time, more and more aimed at achieving the desired results in shaping our body..