We all have it and we all live with it. The only difference is, how bothered are we by it? Cellulite affects a large percentage of both the female and male population. It’s often found on areas like the back, arms, stomach, thighs, and buttocks, and the visible effects of cellulite can negatively impact one’s body image and self-esteem. Fortunately, at Verso Surgery Centre, we have the most effective solution to significantly reduce that “cottage cheese” like appearance of cellulite!
What is it?
Cellulite Reduction by Viora is a whole new dimension in skin tightening and cellulite reduction treatment that combines two mechanisms of Radio Frequency (RF) energy and vacuum therapy that works with the body’s natural regeneration processes.
What areas can you treat?
Arms, back, abdomen, buttocks, thighs
How does it work?
Viora’s patented CORE technology and multi-RF channels help reduce cellulite by treating these symptoms. Our treatments provide for consistent results, namely the appearance of firmer and tighter skin.
CORE technology targets specific layers of the skin to precisely heat the underlying network of collagen and elastin fibers, increasing the metabolic rate of subcutaneous tissue. The 4th multi-channel mode enables the heating of all dermal layers simultaneously. The collagen then shrinks and the rigid collagen’s cross-links are broken, thereby restoring the skin’s flexibility and thickening the dermis. This results in firmer, more elastic skin.
FAQ about Viora RF Cellulite Reduction treatment
Make the best health decision for you. These frequently asked questions about Viora RF Cellulite Reduction treatment will help you decide if this treatment is right for you.
1. Do Viora RF results last?
Yes! You can continue to look flawless and smooth with maintenance treatments.
2. Does the Viora RF treatment hurt?
No. Most patients report this treatment feels like a relaxing hot stone massage.
3. How long is one Viora RF session?
Depending on the treatment area, a session can last anywhere from 45 minutes to 1 hour.
4. When will I start to see results after the Viora RF?
Most patients see results after their first treatment.
5. How many treatments will I need to get the results I want?
The number of Viora RF treatment sessions needed to achieve optimal results often depends on the area to be treated, and can vary per individual. However, we recommend starting with a minimum of 6 consecutive treatments, 1 week apart.
6. Is there anything I need to do to get ready for my Viora RF appointment?
Before each Viora RF treatment, we recommend drinking lots of fluids to stay hydrated. By having adequate hydration, the Viora RF Cellulite Reduction will heat quicker and more effectively, which can help radio frequencies penetrate deeper into the skin to destroy stubborn fat cells for better results.
7. What should I expect immediately after my treatment?
You may experience some redness in the treated areas, but it usually disappears within an hour or so. There is no downtime, so we often call this a “lunchtime” treatment!
Please note: Individual results will vary.
Be proactive, call 905-338-6673 now and book your consultation today!
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