Aveli to treat cellulite

Avéli A Revolutionary Approach to Cellulite Treatment

Introducing Avéli: The Long-Term Solution Setting a New Standard in Cellulite Treatment

Dr. James C. Sherman of New Skin Medical Spa in Augusta is thrilled to introduce Avéli, a groundbreaking cellulite treatment. Avéli offers a revolutionary approach to achieving smoother skin and reducing the appearance of cellulite. To celebrate this innovative treatment, Dr. Sherman is offering a special intro promotion of $500 off Avéli treatments during May, June, and July 2024. Additionally, qualified applicants can benefit from six months of interest-free financing through Cherry.

What is Cellulite?

Cellulite is characterized by depressions of any shape or size with defined edges on the surface of the skin, typically found on the buttocks or thighs. The primary cause of cellulite is the fibrous bands, known as septa, that connect the skin to the structures below. While some septa are beneficial as connective tethers, others can stiffen or shrink over time, leading to the formation of the dimples we see on the surface.

It’s important to distinguish cellulite from other concerns like skin laxity or localized fat. During a consultation at New Skin Medical Spa, we can help you understand these differences. Remember, cellulite is not your fault—genetics and hormones play a significant role—and you are not alone. Up to 90% of women experience cellulite.

What is Avéli?

Born in Silicon Valley, Avéli offers a no-nonsense approach to treating cellulite dimples based on a deep understanding of women’s anatomy. Unlike many treatments that approach cellulite blindly from the outside-in, Avéli identifies and releases the primary structural cause of cellulite from the inside-out in a single, minimally invasive procedure.

How Does Avéli Work?

Avéli is effective for a range of women across the cellulite severity spectrum. The procedure is performed using a handheld device to manually target and release the complicated web of septa bands causing cellulite dimples.

Avéli™ addresses the primary structural cause of cellulite in three steps:

Targeting Dimples
The Avéli device is guided under the skin to the targeted dimples. This precise targeting ensures that the treatment is focused on the areas most affected by cellulite.

Releasing Septa
The culprit septa bands causing the dimples are precisely released. This release is what allows the skin to smooth out, reducing the appearance of cellulite.

Confirmation
The release of the septa is confirmed in real-time, resulting in visibly smoother skin. This step ensures that the treatment has been effective, providing immediate feedback and results.

What Can Avéli Achieve?

  • Long-Term Cellulite Reduction: Avéli provides a lasting solution to cellulite, significantly reducing its appearance.
  • Minimally Invasive Procedure: The treatment is performed with minimal invasiveness, ensuring a comfortable experience.
  • Single In-Office Visit: Avéli treatments are completed in just one visit, making it a convenient option for those with busy schedules.
  • Meaningful Results Visible Quickly: Patients can see noticeable improvements soon after the procedure.

Real Patient Journey

Meet Jamie, a real patient who experienced the benefits of Avéli firsthand. Jamie’s journey with Avéli highlights the effectiveness and transformative results of this innovative treatment. Her story is a testament to the positive impact Avéli can have on one’s confidence and appearance

Request Your Avéli Consultation

If you’re interested in learning more about how Avéli can help you achieve smoother skin, contact Dr. James C. Sherman at New Skin Medical Spa in Augusta for a consultation. Our team is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality care and the most advanced treatments available.

Call 706-702-1216 to book your consultation by phone.

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