What is Cellulaze?
Cellulite is a common problem for both men and women who want to bare more skin. With lumps, bumps, and dimpled skin, many patients may feel self-conscious about the way they look in shorts or swimsuits. Patients may hide their body to avoid the embarrassment of severe cellulite. Cellulite can appear on many parts of the body, but typically develops around the thighs.
There are many myths that certain activities and products can reduce the
appearance of cellulite. Diet and exercise won’t always make a
difference, and many patients may spend hundreds of dollars on topical
creams, buffers, and other products that don’t deliver the results that
patients are expecting. Now, patients can now benefit from a treatment
called Cellulaze. Walnut Creek residents can visit Dr. Lee of The Skin
and Laser Treatment Institute today to learn more about this amazing
technological way to reduce the appearance of cellulite, even after just
one treatment session.
When it comes to cellulite removal and reduction, patients want to see results. Cellulaze provides effective reduction of cellulite by addressing the physical factors that result in cellulite. Cellulite develops due to thin skin, fat around connective tissues that push up towards the skin and by tight bands of connective tissue underneath the upper layer of skin. Dimpling and bumps will occur, and can be extremely unsightly and a source of discontent for those who deal with these imperfections on their skin.
Cellulaze is minimally invasive, and uses a laser device to target the connective tissue and fat that results in cellulite. Treatment sessions last approximately two hours, and they are done under local anesthesia. Patients will be awake throughout their treatment, but will not feel any discomfort. Most patients report just experiencing slight pressure as Dr. Lee uses the cannula to target the underlying issues that have created the cellulite.
If you are looking for a safe and effective way to reduce cellulite, consider Cellulaze. Walnut Creek area residents can see Dr. Lee and her staff at The Skin and Laser Treatment Institute to request an appointment and find out if they are a viable candidate for Cellulaze treatments.
Dr. Min-Wei Christine LeeDr. Christine Lee is a Board-certified Dermatologist with sub-specialties in laser surgery, cosmetic surgery, Mohs Micrographic Surgery, facial plastic reconstruction, and dermatologic surgery. She leads The Skin And Laser Treatment Institute as its Director and serves as Clinical Faculty for the Department of Dermatologic Surgery at the University of California San Francisco. Patients travel from across the globe for her expertise, and Dr. Lee has trained thousands of stateside and international doctors.
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