Combination therapies are becoming more popular as a multifaceted approach to treating common aesthetic conditions.
Often, the use of multiple techniques and modalities can lead to improved outcomes; however, there is a lack of current evidence on the use of combination therapies in the literature.
With the recent expansion of minimally and noninvasive options for treatment of the outer thigh and buttock, it is important to understand how these techniques can be used together while avoiding increased risk.
This review of current available therapeutic options for treatment of the outer thigh and buttock emphasizes current available literature and author experiences.
*New Orleans, Louisiana;
†Adjunct Clinical Faculty, Department of Plastic Surgery, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Weston, Florida
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J. Pozner serves on the advisory board for Merz, Valeant and Syneron. He is also an investigator for Cynosure, a consultant for Merz, and speaker for Zeltiq. K. Coleman serves as a speaker for Kybella.