Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Cellulaze Comes To Orlando, Tampa - Just Featured On TODAY Show

Can just one treatment get rid of cellulite?
Dr. Roger Bassin is one of the first physicians in the U.S. to offer Cellulaze, which was featured April 10th on NBC's TODAY Show. Dr. Bassin recently demonstrated the Cellulaze treatment on Fox 35 News in Orlando, and  Dr. Rigo Mendoza of the Bassin Center For Plastic Surgery in Tampa performed the first live treatment of Cellulaze in Tampa on CBS Channel 10 News.

The FDA has cleared the the Cellulaze™ device from Cynosure, giving millions of American women an effective treatment for cellulite. Cellulaze is the first device to show significant results with just one treatment, in most cases.

"Cellulaze is the world's first and only minimally invasive medical device designed to treat women who have struggled to eliminate cellulite through diet and exercise, or have tried the myriad of lotions and creams currently on the market," according to the manufacturer. "Unlike those products, Cellulaze is the only aesthetic device that directly treats the physiological structure of cellulite, providing clinically proven results." An estimated 85% of women over the age of 20 have some form of cellulite – pockets of fat deposited just beneath the surface of the skin, around the hips, thighs, and buttocks, which produces an "orange-peel" or a "cottage cheese" appearance.

Cellulaze reduces cellulite – in just one treatment – by restoring the normal structure of the skin and underlying connective tissue. Cellulaze treatments diminish the lumpy pockets of fat, releases the areas of skin depression typifying cellulite and increases the elasticity and thickness of the skin. "Nearly four years of clinical research puts Cellulaze in a class of its own: the only single-treatment aesthetic procedure clinically shown to reduce cellulite. Clinical data has demonstrated that Cellulaze treatments can increase the thickness of the skin by 25% and increase the elasticity of the skin by 29% at one year," according to the company.

Doctor's P.R. provides health, aesthetic and medical news and information via broadcast, online and print media. All articles and physician statements are intended for general informational purposes only and are not to be used as medical advice. Always consult a physician for advice on any specific medical condition or when considering any treatment or procedure. 

No comments: