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QWO-ANIMATION – What is Cellulite and How QWO Works as a Cellulite Treatment

QWO-ANIMATION – What is Cellulite and How QWO Works as a Cellulite Treatment

Get To The “Bottom” Of Your Cellulite

In Just Three Injectable Treatments At Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center


Its Here. QWO has arrived and it is the first and only non-surgical treatment for moderate to severe cellulite. We are proud to introduce this amazing treatment to the region as its exclusive provider.

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CINCINNATI, OHIO — March 15, 2021 – “If you are a woman with cellulite on your buttocks,” you are certainly not alone,” says Dr. Jon Mendelsohn, Facial Plastic Surgeon, and Medical Director of Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center. “In fact, 9 out of 10 women will experience cellulite in their lifetime, and workouts and healthy eating will unfortunately not do much to reduce it.”

He continues, “Cellulite occurs due to a few factors that are basically out of our control. First off, our skin thins as we age, making our fat cells more visible. The fat cells also enlarge over time and push against the skin. Additionally the fibrous bands or connective tissues under our skin thicken and cause tension and the signature dimpling known as cellulite in the buttocks.

We are pleased to be the first medical provider in Cincinnati to offer new FDA-approved QWO (Collagenase Clostridium Histolyticum) from Endo Aesthetics, which promises to be a game-changer as a non-surgical treatment option for moderate to severe cellulite in the buttocks.”

QWO is an injectable treatment that is targeted directly into the dimples in the buttocks with a small needle. QWO releases the fibrous bands and redistributes the fat cells, and also stimulates new collagen growth. Three, 10 minute treatments spaced approximately 21 days apart are required. Most patients in clinical trials experienced noticeable results with less dimpling in just 10 weeks. Before and after photos of patients, along with a video demonstrating the injection process may be viewed at this link on our website.”


Mendelsohn concludes, “There is little to no downtime, although most patients can expect some bruising which can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. It is important to also note that there is a difference between skin laxity and cellulite.  Skin laxity occurs due to loss of collagen as we age, and this treatment is not effective for that condition. I advise anyone concerned about the appearance of their buttocks, and wondering if new QWO is right for them to come in for a free consult by calling 351-FACE. There is nothing to be embarrassed about, and you are certainly not alone. 

Dr. Jon E. Mendelsohn is the Medical Director of Advanced Cosmetic Surgery & Laser Center in Rookwood Office Tower, now celebrating their 21st year. A renowned specialist in Facial Plastic Surgery, Dr. Mendelsohn is double Board Certified by the American Board of Facial Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery and also the American Board of Otolaryngology – Head & Neck Surgery and has performed more than 4,000 facelifts and 10,000 procedures in his career. Mendelsohn appears on a regular basis in the Cincinnati media, and has also been featured in the national media – including USA Today, The Washington Post, Becker’s Hospital Review, CNN New Day, as well as The Doctors TV Show. For more information, visit https://351face.com/, or call 351-FACE


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