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Once Cellulite Has Been Removed, Can It Return?

Did you know it’s estimated that more than 90% of women have cellulite? While cellulite is extremely common - even in supermodels! - the truth is that cellulite might make you feel a little self-conscious. Given that diet and exercise might not always help you get rid of cellulite, you may need a little extra help to smooth away the appearance of those pesky bumps and dimples. Cellulite is typically genetic, so it is nothing that you did specifically to get this. It just happens! That’s where Cellfina comes in! View Gallery Cellfina is a revolutionary non-surgical treatment that’s been cleared by the FDA for the treatment of cellulite, particularly on the thighs and buttocks. Cellfina works by breaking up the connective bands that pull down on the skin and create dimples. [...]

By | 2019-07-11T22:56:51-07:00 June 5th, 2018|

How Many Cellfina Treatments Do I Need to See Results?

Sick of feeling self-conscious about cellulite on your thighs and buttocks?  Want to wear the bathing suits and short shorts you’ve always wanted, without feeling embarrassed about the appearance of dimples? If the above sounds familiar, then it’s time to discover Cellfina treatments at South Coast Plastic Surgery in Irvine, California. What Is Cellfina? Cellfina is an FDA-approved minimally invasive treatment that’s designed to address the appearance of dimples and cellulite in common trouble spots like thighs, legs, and buttocks.  Cellfina uses a small needle device to treat the cellulite underneath the skin; this needle breaks up the fibrous fat bands that contribute to dimpling. Once these bands are broken up, dimpling decreases, resulting in a smoother appearance. The side effects of Cellfina are minimal; most patients can expect to see slight bruising and swelling, the [...]

By | 2019-08-03T02:07:04-07:00 July 8th, 2016|
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