Cellulite

Non-invasive and minimally-invasive options for the treatment of cellulite in Nashville & Memphis

Non-Surgical Skin Treatments

Using a range of non-invasive and minimally-invasive radio frequency assisted treatments, we can reduce the appearance of cellulite caused by age-related skin laxity. Depending on the extend of sagging and personal preference, technologies such as BodyTite, Exilis, or ThermiSmooth can be used to tighten the uneven skin many women develop on thighs and buttocks. BodyTite’s bipolar radiofrequency technology is particularly effective in treating cellulite.

Our cellulite treatments are available at our fully-equipped cosmetic surgery centers in Nashville and Memphis and are performed by a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 20 years of experience in cosmetic surgery.


Each patient is unique. What your treatment will look like is determined by you and the plastic surgeon who you will meet with in a personal consultation.


Before & After Gallery

To see the work we’ve done with previous patients, click the button below. A couple things to keep in mind: Results may vary from person to person and are not guaranteed, plus, there’s going to be some nudity.


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Frequently Asked Questions

If you can imagine it, you can do it: stomach, arms, chest, knees and inner/outer thighs are some of the most common treatment zones. Multiple areas can be treated in one visit. Aside from the face, where you’d opt for FaceTite, you can have BodyTite on any problem area with saggy skin.

Results can be seen immediately after your BodyTite procedure, with best results noticeable after 6 weeks, and continuing improvement up to 12 months.

It depends on how your surgeon has customized the procedure. We have found that BodyTite is best paired with our Aqualipo procedure to loosen and remove fat cells before using BodyTite to tighten the skin. You can have multiple areas treated. BodyTite itself takes approximately 15 minutes per treated zone, but if you add in liposuction, your procedure will last approximately 2 hours.

As with other minimally-invasive procedures, your recovery after BodyTite will take about 1-2 days. Patients can typically resume regular activities the next day as tolerated and are advised to wait a week before resuming strenuous exercise.

Studies have shown that BodyTite can achieve 35% – 45% skin contraction. A surgical removal of excess skin, like a tummy tuck, will always be more effective in eliminating all of the unwanted fat and skin, with immediate results. However, many patients like you hesitate to undergo surgery with its longer recovery and scars. BodyTite is an excellent non-surgical alternative to tummy tucks, arm lifts, and thigh lifts. It is ideal for patients who won’t see enough results with liposuction, but don’t want surgery. You will still see a big immediate difference and your results will continue to improve for up to 12 months.

It is a form of liposuction, with the official name of Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis, or RAFL for short. However, it uses neither physical force nor water liposuction to break up and remove fat. It uses heat energy to damage fatty tissue in underlying cells, and thereby contracts the skin. It is most effective when used in conjunction with the aforementioned more traditional liposuction methods for maximum fat removal and skin tightening.

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