Cellfina Los Angeles
While we all know that most women have cellulite, it surprising how many are ready to go beyond the creams. In a survey of one thousand women*, roughly 37 percent are interested in a minimally invasive approach.
Say Hello to Cellfina™ – the Long-Lasting Cellulite Solution!
The Cellfina™ System is the only FDA-cleared minimally invasive procedure clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for at least one year – the longest FDA clearance for a cellulite treatment.
Cellfina™ combines highly advanced proprietary technology with a well-established procedure approach called “subcision” to treat the structural problems that cause cellulite. This innovative solution is a safe and effective method to treat cellulite with precise and reproducible results, in just one treatment.
The key is that this approach has a specialized hand piece that allows it to precisely access tissue. Cellfina™ is classified as a minimally invasive treatment, as it involves a small subcision device to access the cellulite-causing bands. Combined with the vacuum-assisted approach, the treatment is precise and effective.
Significant, Rapid & Lasting Results
- Visible results after just three days
- Results last at least one year…the longest FDA clearance for a cellulite treatment!
- Cellfina™ boasts the highest patient satisfaction rate at one year compared to other leading cellulite treatments**.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Cellfina™ ?
Cellfina is the only FDA-cleared minimally invasive procedure clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for at least one year—the longest FDA clearance for a cellulite treatment. Performed by a qualified physician in an office setting, Cellfina combines proven and innovative technologies to clear the underlying cause of cellulite on the thighs and buttocks.
How does the Cellfina™ work?
The Cellfina™ System treats the connective bands woven throughout the fat that pull down the skin, creating dimpling seen on the skin’s surface. Cellfina works by precisely treating these tethered bands, encouraging them to fray and finally fully release. Similar to a rubber band under tension, once released, the treated skin bounces back to smooth itself out in as little as three days.
How soon will I see improvements?
Within just three days after treatment, patients in the FDA-approved pivotal study reported feeling very satisfied with their results. At three months, 85 percent of patients were satisfied, and after one year, 94 percent were satisfied, surpassing patient satisfaction rates versus other leading cellulite treatments.
Does Cellfina involve cutting?
Cellfina does not involve a scalpel, operating room or general anesthesia. It relies on a minimally invasive, small needle-sized device to apply light, quick and repeated pressure on the cellulite-causing bands just beneath the skin to fray and finally fully release them.
How long do results last?
Patients in the FDA-approved pivotal study showed significant improvement after just one treatment, with results lasting at least a year—the longest FDA clearance for a cellulite treatment**.
Are there any side effects?
There have been no serious adverse events associated with Cellfina. The most common side effects reported by patients in the FDA approved pivotal study were soreness and bruising. Just three days after treatment, patients rated their pain as minimal (2.7 on a scale of 0 to 10; 0=no pain, 10=extreme pain) and most (82%) felt pain only with touch or pressure to the area treated. This minimalpain improved quickly with time. Over 90% of patients had no bruising at four weeks.
How long does the procedure take?
The in-office procedure takes approximately 45 minutes, depending on the individual patient and the number of areas being treated.
Will I need to take time off?
There is limited downtime associated with Cellfina. Some patients experience initial soreness and tenderness, but these side effects resolve quickly with time.
How much does the Cellfina treatment cost?
This is dependent on the number of cellulite dimples and other factors, since the treatment is so personalized, the best way to get an accurate quote is to set up a free consutlation.
*survey conducted by Waggener Edstrom
**results from an FDA-approved pivotal study