Eliminate Cellulite with Aesthetic Medicine
Eliminating cellulite with aesthetic medicine is possible in several ways. Cellulite is a hypodermis disease characterized by interstitial edema and an increase in subcutaneous fat. Fat related to cellulite should not be confused with excess fat from diet or lack of exercise.
I will eliminate cellulite with aesthetic medicine:
Cellulite is believed to be caused by the combination of several factors (hormones, genetics, microcirculation, adipose tissue). There are also many factors considered aggravating such as:
- Sedentary lifestyle or excessively rapid weight loss
- Incorrect feeding
- Unsuitable clothing
- Stress and smoking
Eliminating cellulite with aesthetic medicine: treatments
When cellulite reaches an irreversible stage , it is necessary to resort to aesthetic treatments and surgery in the most serious cases. For better and permanent results , there are techniques specifically designed to treat cellulite. Among these, we consider mesotherapy and liposuction here .
Mesotherapy consists in injecting into the mesoderm (hence the name mesotherapy) minimum quantities of hyaluronic acid which, by means of very thin needles, carry out their action by penetrating the affected area.
Mesotherapy in the aesthetic field is used above all to counteract the imperfections of both cellulite and face .
In the first case. this occurs by contributing to the elimination of the stagnation of liquids (edema) and adipose accumulations. In the second case, mesotherapy elasticises the skin and effectively counteracts skin aging.
How does it work
The method is now so refined that it allows to intervene with micro- injections in the superficial layer of the dermis with a single very thin needle , without touching the capillaries or the underlying nervous areas.
Mesotherapy helps nourish and rejuvenate , stimulate cell activity and the production of collagen and elastin. The treatment therefore reduces the effects of aging on the skin .
The advantage of this technique consists in being able to use reduced doses of the active principle which diffuse into the underlying tissues and persist for longer.
From this derive advantages such as the prolonged effect over time and the reduced involvement of other organs, reducing the risk of side effects.
In general, no significant improvements can be seen with a single mesotherapy session. A course of 4-6 treatments at 2-4 week intervals is recommended .
Injections with hyaluronic acid can give some side effects which include allergic reactions , redness of the skin, localized swelling immediately after the treatment.
Since these are allergic reactions, these manifestations do not appear immediately, but after several treatments.
There are essentially no contraindications , unless you have had adverse reactions or allergic reactions to the products being injected in the past .
The possible contraindications, therefore, depend on the type of product used , not on the method itself .
Liposuction is a surgical procedure used to reshape the aesthetics of the body, eliminating by aspiration the fat deposits resistant to the slimming action of diet and exercise.
Liposuction surgery should not be considered a simple and alternative method to lose weight, but a real surgical procedure. It can only be used when the classic cosmetic, dietary-behavioral and aesthetic medicine interventions have not produced the expected results in terms of reduction of localized adiposity .
Theoretically this technique should be applied to those who have fat accumulated in specific places but with stable and optimal weight. Liposuction allows cellulite to be eliminated along with fat. There are several techniques for performing a liposuction surgery.
The fats are removed thanks to the manual intervention of the surgeon, who maneuvers a straw inside the body, and aspirated through a specific apparatus. This technique is not practiced due to the increased risk of bruising and bleeding.
Ultrasound assisted liposuction
A cannula is used that transmits ultrasounds inside the body to “explode” the fat cells which will subsequently be removed with suction . It turns out to be a slower technique than traditional liposuction, but with a lower risk of swelling or bruising and less blood loss occurs.
Mechanical assisted liposuction
It is similar to traditional liposuction, but a specific cannula with automated movement is used , which replaces the surgeon’s manual one. This allows less operator fatigue and therefore greater precision and greater quantity of grease removed.
It involves the infiltration of large volumes of a sterile solution containing anesthetic into the adipose tissue and subsequent aspiration of the swollen fat. It has the advantage of reducing the risk of bleeding during surgery, swelling, bruising and post-operative pain, while taking longer than the traditional method.
Laser assisted liposuction
This technique is preceded by a tumescent infiltration with saline solution and makes use of the use of a low power laser followed by aspiration with a cannula. The laser is specifically used to target fat cells only and exclusively, protecting muscle and nerve tissue and reducing bruising and bleeding. This is because it simultaneously cauterizes the area in which liposuction is performed.
Liposuction eliminates body fat at the so-called critical points, namely the abdomen, hips, thighs, buttocks and arms. It also models and defines the areas of the body treated (in this case we speak of liposculpture).
Liposuction offers not only an aesthetic benefit, but also with respect to health and mood . In fact, finding a pleasant and balanced line is also very important for the psychological aspect, to enhance self-esteem and self-confidence.
The results can be lasting if the patient maintains a healthy lifestyle , following a balanced diet and exercising regularly.
It is important not to underestimate this intervention by turning to non-specialist doctors who perform low-cost interventions in unauthorized facilities. It is, in fact, a surgical procedure in which complications (infection, bruising) and risks are rare, but they can happen. They are easily resolved only if the aforementioned conditions are met.
Liposuction is not recommended for diabetics, heart patients and people with kidney problems and coagulation difficulties . Varices, phlebitis and very evident capillaries are also other possible obstacles.