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Tired of Cellulite? Here's How EMTONE's Radiofrequency and Targeted Pressure Energy Treatments Work

If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your body due to lumpy areas of cellulite, you may be a great candidate for noninvasive EMTONE™ treatments. Susan J. Seman, DO, FACOS, is highly-skilled in using the radiofrequency technology to tighten skin without incisions, pain, or downtime.

The cause of cellulite

Cellulite is a common condition that develops when the fat between the fibrous connective tissues in your skin and your muscles pushes upward. This causes the surface of your skin to dimple and appear uneven or lumpy.

You may be at increased risk for developing cellulite due to changes in your weight and fluctuations in your hormone levels. You may also be prone to cellulite if the condition runs in your family or because of your unique skin texture and body type.

While more common in women, men can also get cellulite. Even if you’re physically fit, you may still notice areas of unwanted cellulite, especially in your:

While many over-the-counter creams and serums promise to reduce the appearance of cellulite, EMTONE technology is specially designed to treat areas of unwanted cellulite in just a few treatments.

Dr. Seman can determine if EMTONE technology is right for you by reviewing your medical history and discussing your expectations for treatment.

The power of EMTONE

EMTONE uses radiofrequency energy and targeted pressure, which Dr. Seman controls throughout your treatment. The energy travels into your tissue without causing damage to your surrounding skin.

The radiofrequency energy heats the deep tissues and triggers the tightening of your skin, while the targeted pressure breaks apart fatty deposits. Over time, your skin becomes firmer, smoothing out lax or dimpled areas of skin.

Based on a plan customized for your unique needs, Dr. Seman can effectively tighten your skin to significantly reduce visible areas of cellulite in a series of in-office treatments.

The benefits of EMTONE

Not only can you finally address areas of unwanted cellulite, but you can do it while you lie back and relax. The EMTONE technology delivers powerful results without needing incisions or causing pain. Treatments are fast, many lasting 20 minutes or less. Many people say a session is like having a hot stone massage along with vibrating sensations.

While you may notice results after your first EMTONE treatment, the radiofrequency energy also ensures that your results continue to improve in the months after your treatment. Immediately after your EMTONE treatment, you can go right back to your usual activities without needing to recover.

In addition to EMTONE, Dr. Seman offers its sister technology, EMSCULPT, a noninvasive therapy that rebuilds muscle and helps burn excess fat. When combined with EMTONE skin tightening, Dr. Seman can help you redefine and rejuvenate your body to boost your overall satisfaction with your appearance.

To learn more about the benefits of EMTONE for reducing cellulite, book an appointment online or over the phone with Susan J. Seman, DO, FACOS, today.

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