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No! Unless one overeats. Liposuction is the only truly permanent procedure. It removes fat by suctioning out fat cells that contain the adipose tissue. These cells do not regrow. Therefore there are fewer cells in the area after treatment. When  overeating occurs weight is gained, but now it is stored in other areas that have more fat cells i.e. where  storage capacity is greater. This in turn will give the body a different profile and contour. The human body has almost an infinite capacity to store fat (once a source of energy during periods of starvation). Gluttony will always beat out surgery.