Cellulite Reduction

Cellulite Treatments

You might have given up the hope of treating your cellulite after trying diets, exercise, creams and spa sessions. You may have been informed that since it is genetic you can never get rid of it. Here’s good news that would cheer you up!Now you can get rid of stubborn cellulite as it is just one consultation away through our Cellulite Treatment using Nonsurgical Liposuction,That dimpled and lumpy appearance of your skin especially on your thighs and buttocks is about to go!Our comprehensive treatment gives you the appearance you always wanted. Our treatments are prescribed by expert dermatologists and cosmeticians who have treated numerous cases successfully.

What we do:

  • Skin Tightening and body contouring treatment
  • Laser Therapy
  • Ultrasound Treatment
  • Radio Frequency Therapy
  • Non Surgical Liposuction
  • Cellulite Diet Prescription
  • Thorough evaluation of the body and skin
  • Collagen stimulating treatment
  • Massage Treatments

Options to smooth a dimpled skin appearance

The dimpled, irregular skin appearance known as "cellulite" can prove frustrating for patients who work hard to achieve a slim, smooth body. Thanks to recent technological breakthroughs, cosmetic surgeons can now offer long-term reduction in cellulite through minimally invasive treatments.

Guide to Cellulite Reduction Treatments

Cellulite is an extremely common cosmetic issue that in the past has been notoriously difficult to treat. Thanks to new non-surgical technologies, cosmetic surgeons now can more effectively address the structural causes of cellulite, helping to reduce the characteristic dimpling and restore a smoother, firmer texture to skin affected by cellulite.

What causes cellulite?

Cellulite forms when fibrous bands called “septae,” which connect the skin to the underlying muscle fascia, tighten irregularly, pulling down on the skin, and/or begin to break down, allowing the normal layer of fat beneath the skin to push upward. This results in the puckering or “cottage cheese” appearance.

An estimated 85 to 90% of adult women have cellulite, typically on the abdomen, buttocks and thighs. The aging process can worsen the appearance of cellulite, as skin loses elasticity and is less able to resist irregular tension created by the fibrous bands. While overweight individuals tend to have more pronounced cellulite, it is common even in very lean women, and losing weight rarely gets rid of cellulite altogether.



Q. Am I a good candidate for cellulite reduction?

While it’s actually more common than not for women to have cellulite, the dimpled, irregular appearance is bothersome to many women. If you are unhappy with cellulite on your body, then cellulite reduction can help you feel more confident in your appearance. In general, cellulite treatment will b most effective if:

  • You are bothered by the effect cellulite has on your appearance, and wish to reduce it
  • You are happy with your current body weight and not significantly overweight
  • You are in good overall health
  • You have realistic expectations—cellulite reduction treatments can reduce dimpling, but not totally eliminate it


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What are my treatment options?

Cosmetic surgeons use a variety of treatments to help patients reduce cellulite. While none are permanent, many can achieve results that last a year or longer. Below, we’ve outlined the most commonly used treatment types and brand name applications—availability of these or any other treatment will vary depending on what cosmetic surgeons in your area offer.



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Laser treatments (Cellulaze®)

Different types of laser treatments are used to treat cellulite.

Laser cellulite reduction (the FDA cleared treatment is called Cellulaze) uses a tiny laser probe, which is inserted just beneath the skin through a small incision. This laser heats the tissues beneath the skin’s surface, where it works to:

  • releases some of the fibrous septae
  • reduce thickness of the subcutaneous fat layer
  • stimulates collagen production
  • improve skin texture and elasticity

Bottom line:

Cellulaze™ may reduce the appearance of cellulite. Patients are seeing results that last a year or longer. More research is needed to know for sure how helpful this laser can be.

With other laser treatments, some patients have seen less cellulite. Results can last 6 months or longer; however, a bit of dimpling usually returns.




Non-laser energy treatments

Many treatments use energy from radiofrequency (RF), ultrasound, infrared light, or radial pulses to heat skin, stimulate collagen production and reduce cellulite. Depending on the specific treatment, energy-based cellulite reduction may also help achieve mild fat reduction and/or relax the fibrous septae to achieve a smoother, more even skin texture. Current FDA cleared treatments include

  • VelaShape® (RF and infrared light)
  • Venus Freeze® (RF and pulsed electro-magnetic fields)
  • ThermiSmooth® Body (RF)
  • Zimmer Z Wave (radial pulse therapy)
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Mechanical treatments (Cellfina®)

Cellfina is an FDA cleared automated mechanical cellulite reduction treatment. It works by releasing tightened septae using a very thin blade, which is inserted through a tiny incision. The skin is gently suctioned up into the Cellfina device, which allows the cosmetic surgeon to insert the blade only a few millimeters beneath the skin, minimizing impact on surrounding tissues. Local anesthesia is used.

To date, Cellfina is indicated as the longest-lasting cellulite treatment, with results lasting up to 3 years. Minimal downtime is needed, and results are noticeable within a few days after treatment. Side effects include temporary soreness and mild bruising, with serious side effects very rare when treatment is performed by a qualified physician.

Massage and topical cellulite treatments

Specialized massage techniques have been used for years as a way to address cellulite. These typically use vacuum suction or a roller to “knead” the skin and subcutaneous fat. While some patients report positive effects, improvements are temporary and any smoothing effect likely results from mild inflammation in the treatment area.

Most patients who are bothered by cellulite have tried cream or lotion that promises to improve cellulite. While certain medical grade products can help gradually improve collagen production for firmer skin, even high-quality products are rarely effective on cellulite, which requires more extensive remodeling of fat, connective tissue and collagen than a cream can provide. Cellulite creams are rarely a worthwhile investment.



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