Delete Cellulite with One Treatment
Cellulite, those dreaded dimples.
Specifically, those dreaded dimples that occur in the buttocks and thighs of too many women, and they HATE it. Many women are embarrassed about their cellulite to the extent they won't wear shorts or bathing suits.
For decades, companies have churned out one solution after the other, with disappointing results. They’ve hooked patients up to machines, prescribed them potions and lotion, all with little, if any, improvement.
Virtually every cellulite treatment to date has been some sort of non-surgical massaging machine, with or without lasers, repeated every month or so. At best they diminish cellulite slightly, at worst they simply massage money out of your wallet. And even when they work, the cellulite returns as soon as treatment stops. Even those approved by the FDA for cellulite treatment have been very disappointing.
“Many plastic surgeons have wasted money on such devices, including myself,” said Dr. Ronald Finger.
Dr. Finger was the first board-certified plastic surgeon in Savannah and the Coastal Empire, and he is renowned for finding and employing the latest cutting-edge techniques. His patients have always had the benefit of the newest developments in technology, and what he’s utilizing now is a complete game-changer.
It’s called the Cellfina System, a minimally invasive device that divides the fibrous bands that cause the dimples, much like the cords that attach the buttons onto a cushion. Cellfina is unique in that it creates a vacuum under a clear dish-like appliance that both injects the local anesthetic and divides these bands. The patient's own surrounding fat fills the space between the divided bands. Releasing the bands combined with the vacuum is the key to the success of the Cellfina.
The Cellfina System has already separated itself from the pack of other cellulite treatments, taking home the coveted RealSelf Most Worth It Award in 2016. It’s FDA approved and shown to reduce or eliminate cellulite for up to three years following a treatment.
“I’ve seen improvements in patients after as little as three days, with improvements continuing well into the first year.”
A local anesthesia keeps pain to a minimum during the procedure, with some patients opting for nitrous oxide for any anxiety or discomfort. But because the procedure is minimally invasive, recovery time is both short with minimal discomfort. There’s some light bruising and swelling and soreness for a week or two. In fact, most activities apart from rigorous exercise can be resumed the following day.
It’s important that the physician using the Cellfina System is property trained and certified to ensure the best results. Equally important is patient selection, as Cellfina System does not treat sagging skin or excess fat.
But what it does treat is those ugly little dimples we all hate during swimsuit season. And unlike every other device, treatment and lotion, it treats them at their source, eliminating the primary structural cause and letting you greet the beach with confidence.
For more information, contact
E. Ronald Finger, MD, FACS