Ultrasound. A technique called ultrasonic liposculpting is a non-invasive procedure that targets and destroys fat. Bottom line: There is no evidence that ultrasound alone can reduce cellulite. When combined with another cellulite treatment, however, ultrasound may reduce the appearance of cellulite.
If you’re one of the nearly 90 percent of adult women battling the bulgy, dimpled lumps on your thighs, arms, stomach, or behind, you’re clearly in good company. In fact, anyone can develop cellulite, the pesky condition that occurs when enlarged packets of body fat deposited deep under the skin balloon up to the surface, pushing through layers of fibers that once kept your limbs nice and firm. “Contrary to popular belief, cellulite is not a weight issue,” says Dendy Engelman, M.D., of Manhattan Dermatology and Cosmetic Surgery. “Even very thin people can have cellulite and it is considered normal from a medical standpoint to have some.”
Different types of laser treatments are used to treat cellulite.
During one minimally invasive laser treatment called Cellulaze™, a tiny laser fiber is inserted beneath your skin. When the laser is fired, the laser energy breaks up the tough bands beneath the skin that cause us to see cellulite. This treatment can also thicken your skin, which is important. Skin often thins where cellulite forms. Thickening the skin can help reduce the appearance of cellulite.
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