Are there any cellulite reduction alternatives besides liposuction? Of course, liposuction is not considered medically necessary.
The decision is up to you whether or not to undergo liposuction. You may decide that it is not right for you. And you can make that determination right up to the point of actually having the procedure.
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There are plenty of supposedly quick fixes for the nasty stuff women call "cottage cheese" or "orange peel" - aka cellulite. The biological explanation for it is the connective tissues that separate fat into compartments. These patterns tend to be horizontal or crisscrossed in men, but women's compartments tend to be honeycomb-shaped, resulting in that cottage-cheese effect. Genetics may not be your friend when it comes to being... Read More
Whether you're fat or thin, you can still be afflicted with that cottage cheese-like appearance. And unfortunately, there is no known cure for unsightly cellulite. In most cases, cellulite forms on the legs, abdomen and the pelvic area. Between 80 and 90 percent of women are plagued by cellulite. There are many different factors that can contribute to cellulite including hormones, genetics, gender, race, distribution of fat and... Read More
Melt away fat! Target tough fat pockets that diet and exercise can't reach! If any of this sounds familiar, then you've probably heard pitches for nonsurgical liposuction. But how does it work? Is it effective? It depends. Your best bet is to find a plastic surgeon in your area who is board-certified with the American Society of Plastic Surgeons. Even better, ask around to get referrals from friends and family who have had... Read More