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Weight Loss in the New Year: How to Complement Your Results

Weight Loss in the New Year: How to Complement Your Results

Reaching a weight loss or fitness goal is a common New Year’s resolution. However, many people find that they need a little help fine-tuning their results, especially following a significant weight loss achievement. Fortunately, these surgical and non-surgical treatments can help — whether you want to lose those last few pounds, contour your body after major weight loss, or smooth out those pesky dimples – we’ve got you covered.


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What to Expect as You Recover From Liposuction

What to Expect as You Recover From Liposuction

Knowing what to expect after your liposuction procedure can help you to better prepare. While recovery can vary from person to person, you can expect to follow this general liposuction recovery timeline as you heal.

The First Week After Liposuction

Most people plan to take around seven to ten days off work to rest and recuperate after their liposuction procedure. During this time, you can expect bruising, swelling and tenderness and will be instructed to wear a special compression garment to help you feel more comfortable and to reduce swelling.

Plan to take it easy for the first week after liposuction, limiting physical activity and closely following your plastic surgeon’s guidelines.


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4 Questions Everyone Has About Cellfina™ for Cellulite

4 Questions Everyone Has About Cellfina™ for Cellulite

Lumps and bumps caused by cellulite are very common, especially among women, and are also notoriously difficult to get rid of. Fortunately, there is now an effective, minimally-invasive treatment called Cellfina™ that can smooth away that characteristic “orange peel” look and restore a smooth, even skin texture.

Take a look at the answers to these commonly asked Cellfina questions to help prepare for your cellulite reduction consultation.

1. Which Areas Can Cellfina Treat?

Cellfina is FDA-cleared to reduce cellulite in the buttocks and upper thighs, a few of the most common areas where cellulite occurs. It works by using a small needle-like device to release the tight bands of connective tissue that pull the skin downward,


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