Cellulite Treatment- Aesthetic Medicine/ Cosmetology
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Cellulite is a term used to describe dimpled flesh on the thighs, hips, buttocks and abdomen.
Doctors consider cellulite a normal occurrence, particularly in women, and the condition is not medically significant. Cellulite is only treated if a person finds it aesthetically unappealing; in which case one should consult with a doctor, dermatologist or plastic surgeon to assess cellulite treatment options.
Current available treatment options for cellulite do not prevent cellulite from reoccurring, but rather offer a temporary solution that improves its appearance.
All treatments vary from invasive techniques, such as liposuction, to non-invasive techniques, such as laser therapy.
Laser and radiofrequency cellulite treatments use high energy lasers and other similar technology to break up cellulite and have proven to be the most effective so far, with results lasting up to 6 months.
- Lasers and radiofrequency
- Topical treatment
- Weight loss, dietary and exercise programs
To learn more about Cellulite Treatment, please check our blog on CELLULITE TREATMENTS - WHAT WORKS AND WHAT DOESN’T?.