New technology is advancing in the cosmetic industry and it’s almost hard to keep up with all the groundbreaking procedures being launched on the market – a real benefit for people from all walks of life who want to improve their appearance and confidence.
Women will agree that cellulite doesn’t discriminate. Ninety percent of women have cellulite, however, a solution to the problem has finally arrived. Called Emtone, this cutting-edge device helps reveal your true smoothness and this technology targets to solve the problem of cellulite.
Cellulite is caused by the build-up of fat underneath the skin, and some women are more predisposed to it than others. Additionally, the distribution of fat in women is more visible than men. The collagen fibers between the muscle and the skin separate the underlying fat into multiple pockets. Cellulite becomes more visible as you age and your skin becomes thinner, and loses elasticity, revealing the rippled connective tissues underneath. Cellulite can be caused by increased cumulative sun damage and body fat, as well as skin laxity and loss of integrity and thickness of the skin.
Emtone is ideal for anyone who is looking for non-invasive cellulite reduction and overall improvement of the skin appearance and physiological function. What women also like with this procedure is that there is no downtime following treatment. The skin feels warm to touch or pink for several minutes following the treatment. Patients can head back to work or run errands right after the treatment.
What is Emtone treatment?
Emtone is a first of its kind device that delivers both thermal and mechanical energy that treats all major contributing factors to cellulite. Cellulite is a multi-factorial problem. Women are told fibrous brands run from skin to muscle through the fat. When the bands pull downward on the skin, the fat then pushes upward. However, there is more to the story. Emtone simultaneously emits both radiofrequency and targeted press energy, causing a synergistic effect that neither technology can achieve on its own. Emtone has a 90% patient satisfaction rate and is 50% faster than stand-alone therapies.
How long does Emtone results last?
During your first visit, your provider helps design your personalized treatment plan. Most patients will undergo four treatments, scheduled once or twice a week. A treatment typically takes about 20 minutes, depending on the treated area. Patients have reported improvements after one single session and results typically continue to improve over the next few months. With no downtime, you should be able to resume normal activity after the treatment. Emtone creates visible improvement of cellulite and skin textural changes, such as skin laxity. However, the results are typically not permanent and occasional maintenance treatments are suggested. Most patients may have a touch-up session once every three to twelve months, although the frequency is highly dependent on the individual.
Is Emtone permanent?
Emtone is not a one-and-done treatment. Doctors recommend follow-up sessions every three to twelve months to maintain best results. Both the lower and upper body can benefit from this treatment. Cellulite and skin laxity of the thighs, knees, and buttocks benefit form bulk heating and resulting in new collages growth and skin tightening. Skin laxity of the upper arms are also another area that can be targeted.
Am I a good candidate for Emtone?
Emtone improves skin laxity, which typically develops in patients who are in their 30s-50s. Patients with relatively good skin elasticity or “spring back” respond better to treatment. Younger patients may see more dramatic responses to Emtone treatments. Those patients with poor skin texture may have more modest results or might require frequent treatments.
If you are interested in treating cellulite, then we welcome you to contact us through our website where you can call us or book an appointment. We offer Emtone and during your consultation, you will learn about the treatment and its benefits. We serve patients from Coral Springs FL, Margate FL, Coconut Creek FL, Tamarac FL, and Parkland FL.