Naples Plastic Surgery
Getting rid of cellulite has never been easier than now. Using Cellulaze®, our clients are able to remove cellulite and unwanted fat from their bodies. At Gardner Plastic Surgery in Naples, Florida, there is a new powerful way to get the body you’ve wanted with this incredible treatment.
Considering Cellulite Treatment
- If your skin looked puckered from cellulite or fat accumulation.
- If you’re not significantly overweight but have cellulite in problem areas like the hips, buttocks, or thighs.
- If you have skin that makes cellulite or fat deposits more obvious.
- If you have seen no improvement after using other cellulite treatments like creams or injections.
Cellulaze will improve the appearance of cellulite on your skin, if not remove it entirely. Utilizing the SideLaze laser, the skin elasticity and smoothness are increased while removing cellulite. The results of Cellulaze® will be long-lasting, and visible following the treatment.
Cellulaze® in Naples
Cellulaze® targets cellulite directly. This treatment is provided using a SideLaze laser fiber. The SideLaze is a revolutionary tool that heats the cellulite and fat without damaging the skin around it. In fact, the laser is designed to improve the texture and suppleness of the skin while simultaneously destroying fat cells.
Your Cellulaze® Procedure
Cellulaze® is a minimally invasive laser procedure that targets cellulite directly and removed it by threading a very fine laser fiber beneath the skin. The laser then uses gentle heat to make precise cuts around the fat cells, which loosens the cells and smooths out the cellulite dimples and pockmarks. Not only does this treatment get rid of cellulite, it also tights the skin and boosts your skin elasticity.
Recovering from Cellulaze®
Immediately after the treatment, you’ll likely experience some bruising and swelling. You should be able to return to regular activities within two days. It is extremely important to follow all post-care instructions provided by Dr. Gardner and Gardner Plastic Surgery. This may include information about compression garments, taking the proper medication, and the intensity of activities that are acceptable following this procedure.