?The Ultimate in Body Sculpting? Technology is a liposuction alternative designed to Redefine, Reshape and Rejuventate".
Irvine, CA (PRWEB) January 5, 2006 -- Alderm, N.A. LLC, announced that it has been appointed by General Project, s.r.l., of Florence, Italy, as the exclusive distributor in the United States of the Med Sculpt? cellulite reduction technology and system. Alderm N.A.'s Med Sculpt? (FDA clearance expected January 2006) is a revolutionary new system for cellulite treatment and sculpting body contours. The Med Sculpt? system has been successfully used in Europe to treat cellulite. Med Sculpt? represents the latest advancement in computerized, non-invasive, cellulite reduction technology.
Med Sculpt? provides aesthetic professionals a new alternative in reducing cellulite which in the past required invasive liposuction surgery. This new "external liposuction" therapy uses ultrasound and computerized massage to break down fat cells which the body then disposes of naturally. Further, patients have no downtime and can return to their normal activities while completing the treatment. This is a major advantage over liposuction which requires total sedation and weeks of recovery time.
The fastest growing trend in medical aesthetics is the non-invasive treatment of cellulite. "Studies have shown that up to 80 % of adult women have some form of cellulite and the Med Sculpt? represents an effective and simple means for health care professionals to treat this condition," commented Jim Kraushaar, CEO of Alderm N.A., "Becoming the exclusive distributor of the Med Sculpt? in the United States is an exciting opportunity for us to introduce this state-of-the-art technology."
Discussing the appointment of Alderm N.A. as its exclusive American distribution agent, Moreno Naldoni, Managing Director of General Project stated, "After an extensive selection process we chose Alderm N.A. as our exclusive distributor because of their proven record of introducing and successfully marketing innovative medical aesthetics systems such as IPLs and lasers into the American aesthetics market."