Liposuction, or lipoplasty, slims and reshapes specific areas of the body with disproportionate contours due to localized fat deposits. It is not a way to lose weight. Liposuction removes fat from the areas treated, but leaves enough remaining so as to not create an abnormal contour. It is still possible to gain or lose weight after liposuction, however the overall new proportions that were created with the liposuction procedure should remain. So, if someone has liposuction of the tummy and then gains weight, that person will still gain weight in the tummy but not as much as they would had he or she not had liposuction. Can you gain weight again after lipo? Can some people who’ve had it still not be skinny? And if you get your stomach sucked, will fat accumulate in other body parts? A significant weight gain can reverse your results.