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Soluna MD’s New Cellulaze Procedure Lets Patients Kiss Cellulite Goodbye Forever

Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 18, 2013

Over the years, a few treatments have promised to reduce the appearance of cellulite – at least for a short while. Unfortunately, most just reduced patients’ bank accounts and left their backsides as bumpy as ever. But now there’s Cellulaze -- a revolutionary new process that actually destroys cellulite, leaving patients with a fabulously smooth, sculpted body, and Coral Gables-based Soluna MD is proud to be among the nation’s first healthcare providers to offer it.

“Cellulaze isn’t merely a treatment for cellulite,” said Soluna MD’s Medical Director Dr. John Chang. “It’s a solution. Cellulite affects nearly all females at every age, and up to now, there wasn’t a whole lot anyone could do about it. This minimally-invasive procedure is totally revolutionary because it’s the only technique in existence that actually gets rid of cellulite.”

Aging, hormones, genetics and dramatic weight changes can all play a role in the appearance of cellulite. These factors can cause connective tissue bands under the skin to stiffen and the fat cells they surround to become larger and push up into the skin. That creates the unsightly ‘cottage cheese’ look of cellulite. Cellulaze is a totally new approach to the way physicians think about and treat this condition. Cellulaze destroys fibrous bands that cause the uneven look of cellulite while contouring away lumps of fat, and it produces thicker skin and increased elasticity. Cellulaze is ideal for patients who, despite a healthy diet and exercise, continue to suffer from cellulite.

“In the hands of the highly skilled, meticulously trained physicians at Soluna MD, the Cellulaze technology gives patients long-lasting, spectacularly beautiful results they never thought possible,” gushed Dr. Chang. “All from one simple treatment.”

A clinical study showed that 93% of patients were satisfied or very satisfied with their results one year post-procedure, and all would recommend the Cellulaze treatment to a friend. The data also indicate compelling improvements in skin quality. Thicker, more elastic skin can help improve the appearance of cellulite, and Cellulaze was shown to increase skin thickness by 25% and skin elasticity by 29% even after one year. “These are significant claims that other anti-cellulite treatments can’t make,” said Dr. Chang. “Not only is this treatment remarkably effective, it’s also surprisingly affordable.”

Soluna MD is one of South Florida’s only centers to offer Cellulaze. Prospective patients are urged to call 305.446.0440 to schedule a free consultation.

About Soluna MD
Soluna MD is an innovator in performing the most advanced body sculpting, vein and cosmetic treatments, all in a medically-safe spa setting. Soluna MD’s high standards and exceptional after-care have made it a leading national and international destination for people seeking a complete range of beautification procedures including CelluSculpt® Cellulite Removal and Body Sculpting, Cellulaze® Cellulite Removal, SolunaSculpt® Body Sculpting, Smartlipo and Ultrasound Liposuction, Vein Care (sclerotherapy, endovenous laser treatment, ambulatory phlebectomy), LAP-BAND®, Injectables (Botox and Fillers), Anti-Aging Skin Rejuvenation and much more. With new procedures being added on an ongoing basis Soluna MD Lipo and Vein Cosmetic Institute is poised for rapid growth and sustained success.

Soluna MD has offices at 4251 Salzedo St. at the Village of Merrick Park in Coral Gables, FL and at 501 NW 179th Avenue in Pembroke Pines, FL. To learn more about Soluna MD's services or to make an appointment, please call 305.446.0440 or visit

NOTE: Editors, Producers: Cosmetic Surgeon John W. Chang, MD is available for on-air and phone interviews to discuss cosmetic surgery. For media inquiries, please contact Margaret Kessler at 954-284-4819 or margaretkessler(at)tmrmultimedia(dot)com.

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