Would you like more flattering skin? Do you want to get rid of unwanted cellulite?
At Z Aesthetic Dermatology, Dr. Ann Zedlitz, in Baton Rouge and Prairieville, LA, provides her patients with Z-wave, a machine designed to temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite.
More About Z-Wave
Z-Wave reduces cellulite on the legs and buttocks with the use of powerful sound waves that are transmitted into the tissue. It's basically a high radial pulse technology that was adapted to treat cellulite.
Although the impact of the procedure is temporary, it is very effective, quick, and gentle on your skin. Patients describe the treatment as feeling similar to a relaxing massage, so you don't need to worry about pain.
How Long Does It Take to See Visible Changes?
Since everyone has different amounts of cellulite, you'll need to speak with your Baton Rouge and Prairieville doctor about how many sessions you will need to undergo. Although everyone is unique, it generally takes 6 to 14 sessions to complete the treatment. You may see changes after 2-3 sessions, however, with your skin becoming smoother and firmer.
Again, make sure you consult with your doctor to ensure that you're a good candidate for the procedure and to find out how many sessions your body will need.
How Long Do Results Last?
The result-lasting duration varies from one person to another, but there are things you can do to ensure you make the most out of the time and money you spent on Z-Wave:
- Regular refresher sessions
- Balanced diet
What Are Some Other Advantages of Z-Wave?
Advantages include painless treatment, no downtime after treatment, easy to operate, non-invasive treatment, visible results, and smooth skin.
Need a Consultation?
It's understandable if you have questions and/or concerns about this procedure. It's best to call Dr. Ann Zedlitz at her Baton Rouge and Prairieville, LA, offices at (225) 778-7540 to make an appointment today!
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