For decades in the senior author’s practice, the most frequent aesthetic surgery request has been for improvement of abdominal contour. Patient presentations vary from thin with wrinkles to obese with a hanging pannus and oversized girth. Additionally, patients are frequently concerned with oversized flanks and backs, and sagging mons pubises and buttocks. Once surgical options, which involve removal of excess skin and fat, are discussed, patients’ responses range from abhorrence to surgery and/or scars to acceptance of whatever incisions it takes to obtain the desired result. Most inquirers for contouring of the torso not only welcome but are intrigued by noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments to supplant or augment anticipated or revision abdominoplasty.