Unlike other cellulite treatments currently available, the treatments Dr. Hoffman offers address both major reasons of cellulite: the brittle, " floating " fibrous septae (the support system of fat) and also the protrusion of accrued fat cells in to the much deeper layers of your skin, which in turn causes the "cottage type cheese" appearance usual for cellulite. Treatments include:
Laser hair removal delivers an acoustic pulse that splits up body fat cells, promotes bovine collagen growth and relaxes the " floating " fibrous septae. CelluPulse smooths your skin in areas impacted by cellulite without resorting to surgery.
Another non-invasive cellulite treatment, SmoothShapes combines laser and lightweight energy with vacuum and massage to liquefy fat cells and soften the network of " floating " fibrous bands (septae) that create the dimpled appearance.
Cellfina is really a non-invasive cellulite treatment that utilizes a microblade to lightly release " floating " fibrous bands, resulting in an easier surface of the skin. In the medical trial, the therapy has shown effective for approximately three years following a single treatment session.1
Dr. Hoffman stays current on the newest developments in cellulite treatment, and today offers this non-invasive, laser-based cellulite treatment. Cellulaze can help to eliminate the look of cellulite for any year following only a single session.2
Dr. Hoffman also performs both surgical and non-surgical cellulite treatments concurrently with procedures for example Smartlipo® and tumescent liposuction to supply his patients with optimal body contouring results.
1 Kaminer M, et al, Multicenter pivotal study from the safety and effectiveness of the tissue stabilized-led subcision procedure to treat cellulite: 3-year update , MedPage Today. 2016 Marly.
2 DiBernardo, Craig E., Management of Cellulite Utilizing a 1140-nm pulsed Laser With One-Year Follow-up, Aesthetic Surgery Journal: 2011 31(3): 328-341.