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Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
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Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
Cellulite treatment webinar slides final (1)
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  • 1. The Battle Against Cellulite PresentersThank you for joining us! Dr. Grant Stevens Dr. Michelle SpringWhile you’re waiting… Marina Plastic Surgery, Marina Del Rey, CA Please ensure your speaker volume is turned up. Remember, during the presentation you can submit your questions via the text box at the bottom of your screen…so if you have some, get them ready. www.cellulitesurgeon.comWe will begin shortly.Presented by Sponsored by
  • 2. Hello & Welcome
  • 3. About Dr. Grant Stevens Medical Director of Marina Plastic Surgery 26 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services
  • 4. About Dr. Michelle Spring Board-certified plastic surgeon at Marina Plastic Surgery Associates 7 years of experience providing cosmetic and aesthetic medical services
  • 5. Myths of Cellulite You can get rid of cellulite through diet Liposuction causes cellulite Exercise can rid trouble areas from cellulite Creams and lotions can get rid of cellulite Rollers and massage can get rid of cellulite
  • 6. What is Cellulite? Skin Three root causes of cellulite:  Bulging pockets of fat  Fibrous Septae  Thinning of the dermis Cellulite is NOT exclusively a fat problem, it’s a structural Fat Septae problem below the skin
  • 7. Women are Searching for a SOLUTION! 88 million women in the U.S. (between ages 20-54)¹ Approximately 85% of women suffer from cellulite² Approximately 37% of women with cellulite would have a minimally invasive procedure to get rid of it³ More than 13.2 million searches for cellulite treatments are conducted annually⁴ $11.8 million was spent on cellulite products in U.S. department stores in 2008⁵ 1 Source: US Census Bureau, International Programs Center, International Data Base 2 Source: Avram, MM “Cellulite: A review of physiology and treatment” Journal of Cosmetic Laser Therapy 2004; 6:181-185 3 Source: Survey of 1000 women conducted by Waggener Edstrom on behalf of Cynosure 4 Source: Goggle analytics 1/10/2012 5 Source: Monroe, V. “The cure for cellulite? Seriously?” O, The Oprah Magazine, May 2009
  • 8. Cellulite Solutions  There are many different options available that target cellulite, including:  Endermologie  VelaShape  SmoothShapes  Cellulaze  The next few slides will discuss how each procedure works and the types of results you can expect
  • 9. Endermologie Endermologie is a non-invasive technique to help temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite  Involves a combination of rollers and suction at the skins surface in an attempt to break up the fat cells that cause cellulite dimpling Many ongoing treatments are needed (10+) No downtime Pain level Cost/Worth it?  Average cost: $1,428
  • 10. VelaShape VelaShape is a combination of bi-polar radiofrequency, infrared light energy plus vacuum and mechanical massage Causes gradual smoothing of skin surface and temporary cellulite reduction 4-8 treatments needed No downtime Pain level Cost/Worth it?  Average Cost: $1,200
  • 11. SmoothShapes SmoothShapes works by using a combination of laser and light energy, along with vacuum and manual massage Specific wavelengths of laser and light are applied to the target area to liquefy fat and restore fat cells  At the same time, a vacuum and rollers are applied to move liquefied fat out of the target area and to re-model the fibrous connective tissue that creates the bumps and dimpling recognized as cellulite 8 treatments needed (twice a week for 4 weeks) No downtime Pain level Cost/Worth it?  Average cost: $1,700
  • 12. Cellulaze A minimally invasive laser procedure for cellulite reduction with longer lasting results after single treatment Unique treatment that addresses the components that cause the appearance of cellulite from underneath the skin  Process takes 1-2 hours depending on size of treatment area  Performed under local anesthesia with minimal discomfort  Laser energy is delivered in three steps through a temperature sensing cannula and side-firing fiber  The liquefied fat is gently pressed out from incision sites  Compression garment is worn per physicians advice  Normal activities can resume after a day or two, more strenuous exercise after one to two weeks  Results will continue to improve for the next three to twelve months
  • 13. Cellulaze: How does it work? Cellulaze treatment directly addresses the root structure of what causes the appearance of cellulite Targets bulging pockets Thermally subcise Heat stimulates collagen of fat fibrous septae growth
  • 14. Cellulaze in the RealSelf Community Cost/Worth it?  Average cost: $5,500
  • 15. Long Term Case Studies: Dr. BarryDiBernardo, M.D. Before & 1.5 Years Post Op Before & 1.5 Years Post Op
  • 16. Long Term Case Studies: Dr. BarryDiBernardo, M.D.Before & 1.5 Years Post Op Before & 2 Years Post Op
  • 17. Long Term Case Studies: Dr. BarryDiBernardo, M.D. Before & 3 Years Post Op
  • 18. Cellulaze Testimonial Video Case Study
  • 19. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (1 mo.)
  • 20. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (10 weeks)
  • 21. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (4 months)
  • 22. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (4 months)
  • 23. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (6 weeks)
  • 24. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (2 months)
  • 25. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (3.5 months)
  • 26. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (3.5 months)
  • 27. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (8 months)
  • 28. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (8 months)
  • 29. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (8 months)
  • 30. Cellulaze Case Study Before After (8 months)
  • 31. Interested in Learning More? For more information visit RealSelf.com The community reviews are a great place to start your research!
  • 32. QUESTIONS?
  • 33. More Information www.realself.com

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