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What’s the Best Way To Get Rid Of Cellulite?

how to get rid of cellulite | Georgia Dermatology CenterIt’s that time of the year again. The holidays. All that food. All the family gatherings. Those group photos with nieces and nephews are looming. All year you’ve been asking yourself “how can I shed those few pounds that just refuse to disappear”? And what’s the best way to get rid of that pesky cellulite? Alexander Gross, M.D., the board-certified dermatologist at the Georgia Dermatology Center in Cumming, GA., has an answer to this nagging problem.

He’s been hearing these complaints from women about their appearance for years. And he knows that cellulite can be treated. Effectively and quickly. The treatment is VelaShape, also known as VelaSmooth. This non-invasive body shaping treatment, has been approved by the FDA specifically to reduce cellulite, as well as slim the area around the stomach, hips, and thighs. The machine combines four different technologies—infrared, bi-polar radio frequency, pulsed vacuum, and massage rollers—to not only smooth out cellulite but also tone and shape those areas which are affected.

As a result, metabolism of stored energy and lymphatic drainage are reactivated, reducing the amount of stored fat.

Patients often compare the feelings of a Velashape procedure to that of a deep tissue massage. Warm sensations lasting a few hours are experienced post treatment. Skin often contains a redder than usual tint for several hours post procedure. The treatment delivers a steady smoothing of the skin’s exterior with visible diminished cellulite and reforming of the treated region.

Dr. Gross and the staff at Georgia Dermatology Center invite you to visit our office to learn about the benefits offered by Velashape. We’ll take time to explain the treatment to you and help you get a realistic picture of how it can help you achieve your goals. Our dermatology practice is located in Cumming, Georgia, on the campus of Northside Forsyth Hospital. Our office serves clients throughout Milton, Alpharetta, Gainesville, Suwanee, Sandy Springs, Roswell and the rest of the Atlanta area. Give us a call today to book a consultation.

Note – The information shared here cannot replace professional evaluation and advice. To learn more about the amazing options available, contact Alexander Gross, M.D. at Georgia Dermatology Center.

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