Friday, September 2, 2011
Cellulite Treatment Plastic Cosmetic Surgery
Cellulite is a common but unattractive dimpling and puckering of skin. Cellulite is caused by a combination of fibrous bands and superficial fat. When superficial fat compartments become distended with fat, fibrous bands tether skin, and cause dimpling at the points of attachment. Cellulite only occurs in areas where fibrous bands are present, such as the buttocks and thighs. Currently no definitive treatment for cellulite exists, but some have found improvement through outer
thigh and buttock lift or endermologie.
Cottage cheese or orange peel thighs... you've heard it all and nobody likes them. That dimpled, irregular, untoned appearance. I have it, some of you may have it , what can be done about it?? While there is no definite procedure that can help all cellulite cases, there are a few which may help some of us. And there is one procedure which looks promising to eradicate cellulite forever.
Cosmetic surgery and dermatology has something for everyone. There are scientifically proven medical treatments for problems such as wrinkles, cellulite, obesity, unwanted hair and baldness. Don't forget about endermologie cellulite treatment, chemical peels, liposuction, microdermabrasion, muscle relaxing injections, and hair transplants.
Laser Lipolisis (sometimes hyphenated or presented together as laserlipolisis) is a newer procedure invented in Italy. This procedure is not found in the United States as of yet and is performed in Italy, Argentina, possibly in Brazil and in scattered areas of Europe. This procedure is performed with injections similar to the "tumescent" technique and involves the insertion of a fiber optic laser through very small incisions. This fiber optic laser light seems to affect only the yellow material in the body -- the fat. Amounts of 500 grams of fat can usually be absorbed and naturally excreted as waste by the body. Although Laserlipolisis was not deigned for high volume applications, larger volumes of fat can be liquefied and suction aspirated. What is very odd and sometimes disturbing about Laserlipolisis is the audible popping sound during the procedure best described as sounding like popcorn popping. This procedure has been reported to help with cellulite.