Cellulite Reduction (TempSure™ Envi) in Liverpool, NY

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About Cellulite Reduction

Cellulite causes dimples and blemishes on many patients, most commonly in the buttocks and legs. The appearance of cellulite is a common complaint among women who receive care at our Liverpool, NY office. Housel Dermatology, P.C. can help alleviate your concerns with this ailment. Many find that visible cellulite can cause low self-esteem, or prompt patients to stop wearing shorts and skirts in order to hide their lower body. Dr. Joseph P. Housel knows how hard fat loss and skin tightening can be with diet and exercise alone. We're happy to offer our patients assistance in the form of nonsurgical cellulite reduction treatments. This procedure can help you smooth out areas that cause you concern and give you a sleeker, slimmer look. We use TempSure Envi treatments to tighten and smooth the skin through radiofrequencies. Reach out to Housel Dermatology, P.C. to learn more about this procedure and find out how cellulite reduction can help you regain lost confidence and a more streamlined figure.

Ideal Candidates

Cellulite affects women 90% more than men, though anyone can suffer from its appearance. If you want to improve the look of cellulite in the buttocks and thigh areas and tighten sagging skin, this procedure may be right for you. Our TempSure Envi device uses radiofrequency waves to heat your skin and trigger your body's natural response to produce more collagen, thereby giving you a smoother, tighter look. This procedure is not a weight loss solution, and ideal patients are already at or near a stable healthy weight for best results. Cellulite reduction is a great alternative for women who do not want to undergo a surgical lifting process, as it requires little to no downtime or pain.

Procedure Technique

TempSure Envi cellulite reduction is a noninvasive treatment that requires no post-procedure downtime. You won't need anesthesia or skin cooling during this procedure, making it possible to return to your regular routine immediately following the treatment. This procedure tightens skin by using the energy from radiofrequencies to heat up your skin and induce your body's natural collagen production response. A treatment takes approximately 45 – 90 minutes, though most treatments will take under an hour and will be performed on-site in our office in Liverpool, NY.

What to Expect

You will need a series of TempSure Envi cellulite reduction treatments with at least 24 hours in between sessions to achieve and maintain your ideal results. Smoothing out the skin and improving the collagen through the TempSure Envi can take time but is a great option for a noninvasive procedure, which you may even be able to do on your lunch hour. Since this treatment is noninvasive, you should experience no downtime and can return to your daily routine immediately following each treatment. You'll see visible results over time, and gradual improvement will occur after each session as the collagen stimulation process takes effect. Full results may not be seen for several weeks. Once your series of treatments is complete, it's vital to continue your healthy lifestyle to maintain your results and keep cellulite from reappearing.

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Toned and Tight

There's an easier alternative to reducing stubborn cellulite than trying to eliminate it through surgery or countless hours of exercise. Nonsurgical cellulite reduction treatments can give you a tight, toned look with no downtime or pain. Our treatments with TempSure Envi radiofrequency energy stimulate collagen production to give you a tight, smooth, firmer look. Contact Housel Dermatology, P.C. today to find out if you're a candidate for this exceptional treatment. We want to help you regain your confidence. Schedule your consultation with our board-certified dermatologist, Dr. Joseph P. Housel, today to plan your treatment.

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