Cellulite is a condition that impacts many adult women. It is most recognizable on the thighs, buttocks, and even the abdomen, and results in the formation of dimpled skin. Cellulite can make women feel self-conscious about their appearance when wearing revealing clothing, including bathing suits. Many women are unsure as to how they can improve the appearance or even eliminate cellulite. Dr. Jack Bertolino of Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics is pleased to provide a solution: VASERsmooth.
What is VASERsmooth?
VASERsmooth is a revolutionary solution for women with cellulite. This device looks like a large pen and can administer high-frequency ultrasound energy into the skin. By doing so, it can break down the tight, fibrous tissue bands that result in the dimpling of fat pockets. At the same time, it mobilizing fat to even it out and provide a smoother appearance to the treatment area.
Many dermatology practices may tout laser treatments that can improve cellulite. However, this procedure is much safer and more effective because of the treatment works at a lower temperature, eliminating the risk of burning of the skin. Additionally, the VASERsmooth treatment also allows the fat cells in the skin to be removed and used for fat and stem cell grafting.
Is it painful to have VASERsmooth treatment?
Absolutely not. Our team can apply a numbing cream to the area of treatment to reduce the sensation of the ultrasound energy. It is often a heating sensation that is well-tolerated. VASERsmooth eliminates the need for any incisions in the skin which increase the risk of infection.
Am I a candidate for VASERsmooth?
Most adult women are appropriate candidates for VASERsmooth treatment. Individuals with moderate to severe cellulite can see noticeable results with one or more treatment sessions. Our team can evaluate a patient prior to undergoing treatment and discuss the needs and expectations.
Interested in VASERsmooth?
Contact Smooth Solutions Medical Aesthetics today to learn more about this and other skin care solutions. Call (716) 633-6100 to request a consultation, and visit us at 5839 Main Street, Suite #102. We accept new patients at our facility for quality care.