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Eliminating Hip Dips in 2022: Looking Into The Many Choices

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Hip dips are the inward curves that occur naturally due to the shape of your pelvis. They're a regular part of your body structure and have no implications for being unhealthy. 

Simply put, they're a natural part of life (for some people) that for some reason has been characterized as unaesthetic.

We all have hip dips, but they're a lot more visible for some. If we're stripped down to skeletons, we all have an indentation where the hip bones meet the top of the thigh. Usually, people that have little fat surrounding that area are the ones that have visible hip dips.

The good news is if you want to get rid of them, you can. Read on to learn the many options you have for hip dip removal. 

Muscle Building 

While it's definitely not the most optimal option, exercise can help you mask your hip dips. It isn't optimal because training won't be able to alter your bone structure.

Nonetheless, they will build muscle mass and reduce fat, which can mask your hip dips if your bone structure allows it.

Hip Implants

If you want to go against your genetics and ensure lasting changes to your body, hip implants are one of the ways to go.

This invasive hip augmentation surgery consists of sculpting and reconstructing the shape of our hips with a silicone implant that feels like a natural muscle. 

Fat Transfer to Hip Surgery

Another type of hip surgery is fat transfer, which involves traditional liposuction.

It's less invasive than hip implants and can provide more natural-looking and feeling results, given that your own fat is used as the hip dip filler.

The procedure consists of taking fat from one part of your body and injecting it into the indentation to smooth out the hip dip. Patients are put under general anesthesia and typically need several weeks to recover.

Sculptra Injections

Another option you can consider to minimize your hips dips is Sculptra injections. The injectable filler restores lost volume by stimulating your body's collagen production.

It's the optimal choice for patients that want to undergo a less invasive treatment than hip implants or traditional fat transfers. Nonetheless, they are costly because they will only provide you with temporary results. After a couple of years, you must get the procedure again.

Elite Body Sculpture's Hip Flip™ 

If you want the best hip augmentation procedure on the Orlando market, look no further than what Elite Body Sculpture has to offer you. 

The AirSculpt® Hip Flip™ is a minimally invasive procedure that doesn't use a scalpel, needle, stitches, or general anesthesia, providing you with results that are as significant as implants but without the invasive characteristics of surgery.

Like a hip dip fat transfer, we use one's fat to sculpt away indentations and deliver contoured results naturally. However, our technique uses patented AirSculpt technology to remove and transfer fat cell-by-cell, allowing for enhanced precision and dramatically shorter downtime. Most patients return to work within just 48 hours!

We're the next generation of body sculpting, and we're here to help you achieve your body goals. Schedule your free consultation at our Orlando location or any other Elite offices today.


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