Cellfina is a revolutionary aesthetic treatment designed to smooth and correct the appearance of cellulite. Imagine having elegant and smooth buttocks and legs and being free of the lumps and dimples of cellulite, with results that last for years! This treatment goes above and beyond what other cellulite treatments can produce, is FDA-approved, and can restore your confidence when wearing swimsuits, shorts, or other revealing clothing.
What is Cellfina?
Cellfina is a groundbreaking aesthetic treatment for cellulite. The incredible results are achieved by addressing the underlying primary cause of dimples, lumps, and bumps. These are caused by connective bands of tissue, through which the fat bulges, and can appear even on slim people who exercise and diet. The puckers created by the tissue bands are released with the Cellfina treatment, the skin bounces back, looking smooth and firm within days. A one-time treatment for cellulite requires only about an hour to perform.
What areas can Cellfina treat?
Cellfina treatments can be performed on the buttocks and thighs. Developed by Ulthera, Inc., it has taken the aesthetic world by storm. Many people struggle with the unsightly appearance of cellulite, often embarrassed to reveal their bodies in swimsuits or shorts, due to the dimples, lumps, and bumps. With Cellfina treatments, your skin looks smooth and firm – a huge confidence booster!
How many Cellfina treatments are needed?
The beauty of the Cellfina treatment is that a single treatment is all that is needed to create smooth, long-lasting results.
Who is a candidate for Cellfina?
Almost every woman has some cellulite on buttocks and thighs. The development of the Cellfina treatment finally makes it possible to resolve the appearance of unsightly dimples. A good candidate for the treatment should be:
- In good health, and medically screened to ensure the treatment is safe.
- Not allergic to anesthesia or specific medications.
- Not currently taking any medications or supplements that could affect results.
- At a healthy weight overall.
- Understand the procedure and what to expect.
Why choose Dr. Gabriel's Plastic Surgery Center?
Dr. Allen Gabriel is widely-recognized as being among the finest plastic surgeons practicing in the state of Washington. He was awarded the honor of being listed as one of the Top 100 Doctors in the USA by RealSelf in a recent year – one of 13,000 professionals in his field of practice. His approach to aesthetic enhancement is to employ the most advanced techniques, applied with meticulous attention to detail, and produce exceptional results. All Cellfina treatments are performed by our Physician Assistants, Maci and Liz, and overseen by Dr. Gabriel at his world-class aesthetic clinic in Vancouver, WA, where you can be confident that we focus upon providing the highest level of patient health and safety, and where we consistently achieve superior results. With the knowledge of our team, the passion we have for our patients, and the drive we have for results; we will help your skin stand the test of time and feel better than it ever has at any age.
Is Cellfina safe?
Cellfina is an FDA-approved treatment for cellulite. It is safe, and no serious adverse effects from treatment were reported during studies. The most common side effects of the treatment are that the treated area may be bruised and tender. These side effects clear in the days and weeks ahead, leaving only smoothed, firmer skin.
Is Cellfina permanent?
The results of a Cellfina treatment may last up to 5 years. While the results don’t last a lifetime, the smoothing effect is far, far longer – and more visible – than can be achieved with other treatments.
Does Cellfina tighten skin?
A Cellfina treatment doesn’t tighten skin but works by releasing the bands of tissue that create the dimples on buttocks and thighs, if you have lax skin, an added skin-tightening treatment can be performed.
Is Cellfina an invasive treatment?
Cellfina is a minimally invasive procedure. The first step is to numb the area with local anesthesia. The procedure involves the use of a custom device that breaks the fibrous bands creating the dimples and bulges in the skin surface. The procedure involves minimal downtime, with most patients feeling well enough to return to their usual activities, including work, the following day.