Dr. Robert Troell - Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV & Irvine, CA
Cosmetic and Facial Plastic Surgeon
Endermologie (*) by LPG Systems (Valence, France) enhances your body, improves your lifestyle & helps you feel better about yourself! Endermologie is the first modality for the treatment of cellulite and was developed in the 1970’s. Endermologie has been cleared by the FDA and provides visible results without downtime or significant discomfort.
Endermologie was the first specialized medical device designed as a non-surgical (non-invasive) device for body contouring to include: improved skin appearance, mild circumferential reduction of thighs and the waist, isolated temporary noticeable reshaping of the treated area, and cellulite appearance improvement.
Cellulite treatment is the highlight of the Endermologie indications and treatment outcomes. Mechanical Massage by Endermologie uses specially designed rollers and a computer algorhythm to smooth out the subcutaneous tissue from cellulite.
Non-invasive Cellulite Treatment Strategies with Endermologie
1. Endermologie alone
2. VASERshape immediately followed by Endermologie
Endermologie Treatment Technique
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Contact Dr. Troell’s Office for Your Free Consultation:
Dr. Troell and his staff are happy to discuss Reconstructive Plastic Surgery procedures with you and answer your questions. Please feel free to call our offices in Las Vegas, Nevada (702) 242-6488 and Irvine, California (949) 220-0532.
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