Get Rid Of Cellulite With Cellfina
Dr. Finger is committed to offering innovative Aesthetic treatments in Savannah. Cellfina is a brand cellulite solution for that actually works. The treatment is called Cellfina and is now FDA cleared to reduce the appearance of cellulite for up tothree years – This is now officially the #1 Treatment for cellulite with the longest FDA-cleared duration. Unlike other treatments that typically only last very short term. Cellfina works on the structural causes of cellulite.
No one wants Cellulite, yet it affects most women and many believe cellulite to be a fat issue that can be eliminated through rigorous exercise and dieting. While you can lessen the appearance by losing weight, you do not eliminate it completely.
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- Long-lasting results
- One-time, in office treatment
- Significant, rapid improvement
- Minimally Invasive
- Effective and well-tolerated
- Limited downtime
- 96% patient satisfaction at two years
- 100% of patients had noticeable improvement at two years (based on the Global Aesthetic Improvement Scale (GAIS)
How does Cellfina Work?
The Cellfina System treats the primary structural cause of cellulite—the connective bands woven throughout fat in the thighs and buttocks. These tight bands pull down the skin, creating the puckering you see on the surface of the skin. Similar to a rubber band under tension, once released, the treated skin bounces back to smooth itself out.
How Long Does Treatment Take?
The treatment takes about an hour, depending on the severity of your cellulite. There is limited downtime so you’ll be able to go about your day without skipping a beat. You may experience some initial soreness and tenderness but this is very short lasting.
How Soon Can You See Results?
You’ll be able to see results in as few as three days. These results surpass satisfaction rates of other cellulite treatments. Patients have seen significant improvements in little time after their treatment and last for up to 3 years.
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How does cellulite form?
Cellulite is a normal occurrence, affecting almost 90 percent of women and 10 percent of men during their lifetime. On the surface, cellulite appears as lumpy or dimpled skin. However, the process of developing it is more than skin deep.
The puckering of skin happens when the layer of fat beneath the skin pushes against connective tissue and bulges, causing the characteristic orange-peel or cottage cheese appearance. For women, the risk of developing cellulite increases with age and peaks near menopause.
Hormonal changes, specifically a decline in estrogen levels, may contribute to changes in circulation and a reduction in
the production of collagen. A combination of fat cells becoming larger or increasing in number, a thinner collagen layer and, change in blood supply may lead to cellulite. Yes, accessive weight gain can also do the trick, however, most of the time it is a mixture of factors such as genetics, lack of exercise, bad diet, weight, and age. Acess Alcohol intake and sugar can worsen the cause as well.
Structural Issues Of Cellulite
- Connective tissue bands beneath your skin surrounding fat cells can become tight and inflexible.
- Enlarged pockets of fat trapped by the rigid bands push up against the skin
- Thin skin makes the appearance even worse. Emphasizing on the “cottage cheese” appearance of the skin
There are three different levels of cellulite, which doctors base on how noticeable it is.
- Level 1: can only be seen when flexing muscles in the affected area.
- Level 2: can be seen when muscles are at rest.
- Level 3: the skin has dents, cobblestones, and hills that are visible at all times.
Maintaining a healthy diet, and exercise are the two natural ways to combat cellulite. It forms like how ice forms in a tray. Fat under the skin’s layers are the ice cubes, and the septa are the dividers in the tray. When fat builds up below the buttocks you’re more likely to see cellulite.
Dr. Finger performs this treatment at the Savannah Office. Cellfina does not require general anesthesia. Finger & Associates and New Youth Medical Spa offer the latest skin Rejuvenation and Aesthetic Solutions available on the market today.
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