What is VelaShape?
Velashape is the only FDA approved solution for cellulite and we offer it here at The Tracey Bell Clinic. Velashape is used to reduce the appearance of cellulite on most areas of the body, including the thighs, buttocks and abdomen. Velashape is the first and only cellulite removal technology that combines radio frequency, infra-red, vacuum and mechanical massage to tackle the appearance of cellulite. The treatment boosts circulation and lymphatic drainage and safely delivers heat into fatty tissue to target loose or dimpled skin and firm problem areas.
Can I Get Rid of Cellulite on My Own?
80% of women have cellulite. Even worse, cellulite has no relationship to body weight, so even the thinnest of women can have cellulite. There are many creams on the market today that claim to get rid of cellulite, but the truth is that cellulite is caused by abnormal connections of the deep surface of the skin to the fatty layers of the body. These abnormal connections are what give cellulite its characteristic dimpled appearance. No cream can disrupt these connections.
How is VelaShape Done?
The procedure is done in our luxury clinics as a series of 5 treatments spaced one week apart. The treatment feels like a hot massage. You ll see noticeable improvement in the texture and tone of your thighs, buttocks, abdomen, arms, or neck in just a few weeks. The results are long-lasting, but they do need to be maintained with treatments 3 or 4 times each year.
On collating and concluding to a diagnosis, options, alternatives and pricing will be discussed with you. Medical questionnaire, full consultation and diagnosis will be discussed with you.
Our aim is to maintain, protect and restore individual health, and provide treatment of disease with the best available techniques, technology and experience. We respect the autonomy of the patient and will always provide truthful, open and honest medical and dental care while listening to your personal requirements.
The medical and dental treatments are clinically audited and overseen by the registered health care professionals and responsible individuals of the practice. The practice is regulated for dentistry by the Care Quality Commission.