Dr. Robert Troell - Las Vegas, NV
Las Vegas, NV & Corona Del Mar, CA
Cosmetic and Facial Plastic Surgeon
Just Released Comprehensive Technique
to Eliminate Unwanted Cellulite (*) at the
Institute for Advanced Body Sculpting
Dr. Robert J Troell, FACS, FAAFPRS, FAACS, FAAOHNS, FAASM is the first surgeon in Nevada and second in California to offer this innovative technology. He is also has the Western United States teaching center for this minimally invasive cellulite treatment. Additionally, he is also a training center for VASERliposuction, High Definition VASERliposuction and VASER Shape, the best non-invasive body contouring device.
Dr. Troell offers Continuing Medical Education (CME) courses on these topics through Touro University Nevada, Osteopathic School of Medicine to physicians and surgeons. Dr. Troell was clinical professor at Stanford University Medical Center for seven years and is currently Adjunct Professor at Touro University Nevada. The skin surface dimpling, known as cellulite, along the outer thighs, abdomen and buttocks can now be effectively treated by a new minimally invasive modality using ultrasound.
How Does VASERsmooth™ work?
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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 Corona Del Mar, California (949) 220-0532.
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