I'm more for the old fashioned way through diet and exercise. If you don't change that, all the gat removal procedures in the world don't work because your lifestyle will take over again. How much do you want to spend? It's also worth noting that the most info you will ever find on this procedure are from the 85,000 plastic surgery doctors that want to make money off of it. I'd research who is good to go in your area if you are considering it and set up a consultation. That will depend on where you are and is unique to everyone reading this. Mostly, issues associated with it are during the procedure (uncomfortable tugging sensation) and recovery for the first two weeks after. There is a rare complication that affects mostly men called paradoxical adipose hyperplasia. When that happens, fat cells grow bigger rather than what you want, less. It's fairly new. I would rather do this than a surgical procedure because of the less invasive nature of it but would also know ahead of time that there are going to be some plastic surgeons that shouldn't be doing it and liposuction is a little better known in terms of potential issues.
What part of your body are you considering this for?
Fat removal from where? If you are talking about the mons pubis (where some men have a prominent fat pad which partly buries the penis) II know of no plastic surgeons who do fat removal at that specific spot. BTW, as for losing weight, that area of fat is the LAST spot to shrink down. Plastic surgeons need to develop "monsoplasties." It isn't rocket science.