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How can I get rid of cellulites?
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Dr. Pam Yoder
Obstetrics & Gynecology - Maternal Fetal Medicine
6 doctors agree
In brief: Please clarify
Cellulitis is a serious infection of the skin.
Cellulite is the appearance of dimpling on the skin, eg, the back of the thighs. Please let us know what condition is your concern so we can give a useful answer.

In brief: Please clarify
Cellulitis is a serious infection of the skin.
Cellulite is the appearance of dimpling on the skin, eg, the back of the thighs. Please let us know what condition is your concern so we can give a useful answer.
Dr. Pam Yoder
Dr. Pam Yoder
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Dr. Shaym Puppala
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: Cellulite (no s)?
If you are referring to dimpling/puckering/cottage-cheese like appearance of the skin occurring primarily in women, then you mean cellulite.
There is no widely accepted well proven treatment for this, although research is ongoing. There are studies showing temporary improvement in appearance with light/laser treatments and various topical preparations, but still experimental to my understanding.

In brief: Cellulite (no s)?
If you are referring to dimpling/puckering/cottage-cheese like appearance of the skin occurring primarily in women, then you mean cellulite.
There is no widely accepted well proven treatment for this, although research is ongoing. There are studies showing temporary improvement in appearance with light/laser treatments and various topical preparations, but still experimental to my understanding.
Dr. Shaym Puppala
Dr. Shaym Puppala
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Dr. Martha Stark
Psychiatry
In brief: Laser energy
If the bands of fibrous tissue underneath the skin (connecting muscle to skin) in vulnerable areas become tight, then the fat between the muscle and the skin will bulge out -- creating dimpling.
Laser energy treatments to stimulate collagen formation, tighten skin, and reduce fatty tissue followed by injections of the person's own fat to fill in the depressed areas is a cutting-edge treatment.

In brief: Laser energy
If the bands of fibrous tissue underneath the skin (connecting muscle to skin) in vulnerable areas become tight, then the fat between the muscle and the skin will bulge out -- creating dimpling.
Laser energy treatments to stimulate collagen formation, tighten skin, and reduce fatty tissue followed by injections of the person's own fat to fill in the depressed areas is a cutting-edge treatment.
Dr. Martha Stark
Dr. Martha Stark
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Dr. Michael Carson
Internal Medicine
In brief: Antibiotics
Cellulitis is an infection of the skin.
If you think you have this, see your physician since it almost always requires antibiotics. The diagnosis is usually made by noticing redness, warmth, and/or swelling of the skin. Some cases can progress rapidly, so again, call your physician.

In brief: Antibiotics
Cellulitis is an infection of the skin.
If you think you have this, see your physician since it almost always requires antibiotics. The diagnosis is usually made by noticing redness, warmth, and/or swelling of the skin. Some cases can progress rapidly, so again, call your physician.
Dr. Michael Carson
Dr. Michael Carson
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