5 Reasons Why QWO Is the Best Cellulite Treatment
Women of all shapes and sizes develop cellulite, regardless of their diet and exercise habits. The most effective way to reduce cellulite is through treatment from an experienced cosmetic surgeon. Cellulite treatment targets fat cells to tighten skin and make it look smooth, youthful, and toned.
Dr. Suzanne Yee in Little Rock, AR, offers QWO Injectable Cellulite Treatments. QWO is the first of its kind. It is a nonsurgical, injectable treatment that is mainly used to smooth and firm skin on the buttock area.
Here’s what makes QWO the best cellulite treatment to reduce cellulite in the buttocks:
QWO is the only FDA-approved injectable cellulite treatment and the first FDA-approved cellulite treatment in years. It has also been studied in more patients than any other cellulite treatment.
This injectable cellulite treatment is trusted by the cosmetic surgery community and has proven to show significant results without any major side effects.
The American Board of Cosmetic Surgery calls QWO “the least invasive option to visibly reduce cellulite.” They also believe that this treatment makes treating cellulite “simpler than ever before.”
QWO involves several prescribed injections into the cellulite dimples on the buttocks. These injections are given three weeks apart and have proven to smooth the dimpling of the skin caused by septae (bands of collagen). Rather than severing these bands or mechanically cutting them like other treatments, QWO chemically loosens them.
QWO cellulite treatments only require about ten minutes of the patient’s time for each appointment. These appointments are scheduled 21 days apart. There is also no downtime associated with this treatment.
Other cellulite treatment options may require one to two days of downtime and longer appointments because they are more invasive.
Similar to other cellulite treatments, QWO drastically reduces cellulite, but it doesn’t completely get rid of it. Patients may experience the benefits of the injectable cellulite treatment immediately after or up to approximately 30 days after their last shot.
The side effects associated with QWO are minimal and rare. The most common side effects that these women experienced were injection site bruising and pain, itching, areas of hardness, redness, discoloration, swelling, and warmth in the treatment area. Patients are also at risk of having an allergic reaction to the injection.
Despite these side effects, the FDA believes that QWO is more beneficial than it is risky, and science backs up this claim.
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In addition to providing compassionate and professional care to her patients, she is also a National Education Faculty Member. In this role, she instructs other physicians in BOTOX® Cosmetic and teaches medical students and residents.
Dr. Yee’s goal is to help her patients in Little Rock, AR, look their best through all types of cosmetic surgery treatments, including QWO. Contact our team today at (501) 224-1044 or message us online to schedule your initial consultation.