Tuesday, April 10, 2012

New Cellulite Treatment Comes To New Jersey

by Lana Erin
Cellulaze, demonstrated on Tues. April 10th on the TODAY show, targets cellulite on the body and can reduce its appearance for one year or even longer. New Jersey plastic surgeon Dr. Barry DiBernardo served as the lead investigator for the Cellulaze project. Dr. DiBernardo's practice, New Jersey Plastic Surgery is located in Montclair.

Cellulaze Results On Cellulite From
Dr. Barry DiBernardo of New Jersey Plastic Surgery
In Dr. DiBernardo’s recent clinical study of the Cellulaze technology, patients showed an increase in skin thickness of 27% even after one year, while skin elasticity was improved by 21% after one year. Unlike other cellulite treatments, Cellulaze is performed in one session and the results can last 12 months or more.

"Based on the scientific data and the patient results we have observed over the past several years of evaluating the device, Cellulaze represents a new and highly effective standard of treatment for cellulite," said Dr. DiBernardo, a board certified plastic surgeon.  Dr. DiBernardo, one of five clinical investigators in a multi-center study of Cellulaze, has published one year results on a subset of the treated patients.

Cellulite affects an estimated 85% of women, resulting in the appearance of dimpled, uneven skin on the thighs, buttocks, midsection and elsewhere. The cause is often a combination of factors, such as stiff vertical fibers known as "septae" below the skin, and thin skin allowing the fat cell to protrude upward causing an orange peel effect.

The Cellulaze technology reduces cellulite through tissue tightening and by promoting the body’s creation of collagen. At New Jersey Plastic Surgery, the Cellulaze treatment can be used to remedy cellulite in several areas of the body.

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