Cellfina Cellulite Treatment
Did you know that more than 80% of women suffer from cellulite of the buttocks and thigh? Cellulite is caused by shortened fiberous bands connecting the muscle to the skin. These bands cause dimpling of the skin known as cellulite.
There are have been many “solutions” to cellulite marketed in the past. Unfortunately none have been successful. Many woman are (appropriately) concerned about any device that claims to cure this condition.
FDA-cleared Cellfina is a simple solution designed to release the fiberous connections between the skin and muscle. It is performed in the office under numbing shots (local anesthesia). Patients do not require any oral pain medications before, during or after the procedure. Currently, Dr. Hubbard is one of the only doctors in TX performing the procedure.
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Your Cellfina Consultation
The key to the consultation is differentiating between loose or wrinkled skin and cellulite. If you can place tension on the skin of your leg and the dimpling improves, this is loose skin. If you place tension on the skin and the dimpling is unchanged, this is cellulite. All cellulite can be treated with this device.
Cellfina Procedure and Recovery
Cellfina is performed in the office procedure room. After local anesthesia is injected the procedure is completely painless. The machine uses a very small knife to sever the fiberous connections between skin and muscle. Patients do not require oral pain medication, antibiotics or sutures.
The cellulite is treated during the procedure and the results are evident immediately, however it is hard to appreciate the results right away because the swelling and bruising can be socially limiting for the first 7-10 days. The severity of bruising and swelling is proportional to the number of spots treated.
During your consultation Dr. Hubbard will discuss with you your goals and expectations and determine if this is the right procedure for you. To schedule your private consultation with Dr. Hubbard please email our office or call directly at (214) 370- 4813.