What are hip dips?

Hip dips are the naturally occurring indentations that are seen just below the sides of your hips. These inward depressions are seen midway between the femur and the hip bones. The visibility of these hip dips is highly variable and varies from person to person. They are scientifically known as trochanteric depressions. Many women find them unappealing as most prefer an hour-glass appearance and in some cases they can be uneven with hip dip on one side, more indented than the other.

What are hip dips causes?

There is no specific cause of hip dips. The specific arrangement of muscles and fat deposition makes the bony prominences look more outlined than usual. People that have naturally tall hip bones are more likely to have exaggerated hip dips and they are more common in Caucasian females than in Latino or Afro-caribbean populations. Some people can develop hip dips due to underdeveloped muscles or high body fat or a combination of both. Hip dips can be reduced to some degree by adopting exercises that target the hip and buttocks but it is unlikely that exercise alone will provide complete correction.

For women who wish to correct their hip dips they can achieve it by using Sculptra and Lanluma treatments. Both of these are injectable treatments performed by a doctor which fill the depressions through boosting collagen production and provide a fuller look. Sculptra and Lanluma have a better success rate than implants which are commonly used for contouring.

What Are My Treatment Options For Hip Dips And How To Get Rid Of Hip Dips?

Dr Leah Clinics can treat hip dips by offering either Sculptra treatment or Lanluma (new treatment very similar to sculptra but with improved results).

Dr Leah Clinics is one of the few clinics across the UK to offer Lanluma which is a highly effective resolution for how to get rid of hip dips.

This is an injectable hip enhancement treatment, using injections which can be tailored to the client for a subtle plumping of the hip area.

WHY CHOOSE Lanluma For Hip Dips

Sculptra or Lanluma for hip dip treatment are very popular at present in the UK. Sculptra and Lanluma are similar products, both are injectable products which stimulate your body’s own collagen and elastin development, with Lanluma being the newer of the two which gives a more dramatic plumping affect. Lanluma injections help to add volume to the dip in the hip area and also improve the appearance of skin by plumping indentations and smoothing cellulite. You are likely to need 2-3 sessions of Sculptra or Lanluma hip dip injections with each session 1 month apart, results will take 3-6 months to be fully visible and results will last 2 years.

Why Choose Dr Leah Clinics To Treat This Concern

Our doctors are experienced in treating hip dips and body contouring using sculptra. We now offer the NEW and more innovative treatment available for this concern – Lanluma
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Commonly Asked Questions

How much does treating hip dips cost?

4 viles of lanluma are generally required for this concern (2 visits) cost £3800.These treatments are not a cheap solution but are still 10 times less expensive than undergoing plastic surgery and with considerable less risk and better outcomes.

Are There Any Side Effects?

The treatments have very few side effects. The most common complaints include injection site pain, redness, and swelling

Where Can I Have The Hip Dips Treatment?

The hip dips treatment is available at Dr Leah Essex and London clinics
*Results may vary from person to person

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