Cellulaze – New Orleans
Despite being on top of your fitness game, you might still be struggling with unsightly dimples on areas like your thighs, hips, and belly. That’s because cellulite doesn’t necessarily go away with fat loss. Cellulite is actually caused by a structural issue of the skin, rather than simply being a fat problem.
Cellulaze is an innovative, FDA-approved treatment that changes the structure of the skin itself and eliminates cellulite at the source. This minimally invasive laser treatment can restore smooth, beautiful skin – and there is very little downtime involved.
You no longer have to live with dimpled skin – choose Cellulaze and achieve a smooth, fit appearance that allows you to feel comfortable with your body again.
How Does Cellulaze Work?
In the past, those struggling with cellulite resorted to massages, creams, and topical treatments that often proved ineffective. These treatments are only external and don’t address the root cause of cellulite, which lies deep below the surface of the skin. Thanks to recent advancements, men and women now have an option that works on a structural level of the skin to effectively eliminate cellulite.
During a Cellulaze treatment, a cannula (small, thin tube) is inserted under the skin. Using fiber optic technology, laser fibers inside of the cannula deliver precise energy to the treatment area.
This has several effects:
- First, this improves skin quality and releases the fibrous bands that pull the skin down. These fibrous bands are what cause the skin to take on a dimpled appearance from cellulite.
- The laser also stimulates collagen production, which makes the skin resilient and smooth.
- Lastly, the laser liquefies fat, which is then gently pressed out from under the skin.
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Ideal Candidates for Cellulaze
If you’ve worked hard to maintain a healthy figure, then you shouldn’t have to live with dimpled skin caused by cellulite. With Cellulaze, you no longer have to. This FDA-approved treatment is minimally invasive and produces long-lasting results.
Ideal candidates for Cellulaze include healthy men and women who are at a fairly stable weight and want to reduce cellulite on their body. The most commonly treated areas include:
For those seeking a more substantial removal of fat, laser liposuction is also a popular option. Laser liposuction at Être is performed under local anesthesia, eliminating the inconvenience and lengthy downtime typically associated with this liposuction.
Cellulaze at Être
When it comes to cellulite removal with Cellulaze, optimal results require the skill of an expert. While it may seem straightforward, this specialized procedure requires a keen sense of aesthetics and surgical precision. Every pass of the cannula allows the treatment area to be expertly sculpted and shaped.
The board-certified dermatologists of Être take an artful approach to every procedure, which produces truly individualized results. They also take great care to use gentle techniques during procedures to reduce discomfort and downtime. Their goal is for you to look and feel your best – without disrupting your busy lifestyle.
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Cellulaze - Frequently Asked Questions
How Long Does a Cellulaze Treatment Take to Complete?
The entire procedure usually takes around a few hours to complete.
Will I Need More Than One Cellulaze Treatment?
Cellulaze is designed to be a one-treatment procedure, and most patients see ideal results for a year or more after just a single treatment.
When Will I See Full Results from Cellulaze?
You will likely see an improvement of your skin texture after just a single Cellulaze treatment. Your results will continue to improve for the next 3 – 12 months. When paired with a healthy lifestyle, you can expect to enjoy long-term results from your Cellulaze treatment.
Is There Any Downtime After Cellulaze?
The downtime after Cellulaze is minimal. You may experience some bruising and mild discomfort for the first few days. Most patients can return to their daily routine after just one or two days, but it is advised that patients avoid strenuous activities for up to two weeks.