Am I a good candidate for Cellfina? Or would you recommend I research something else? (Photo)
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Cellfina for the posterior thigh and buttock would treat the dimpled cellulite. The anterior has to be seen and examined for treatment. This area typically will have more skin laxity.
Cellfina Seems Right For You
Thank you for the photos. Your case is fairly mild, and I think you'd get good results from Cellfina. The treatment can't be used on the cellulite above your knees, but it can certainly smooth away the dimples on your buttocks. Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon who offers Cellfina to learn more about your potential results.
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Am I a good candidate for Cellfina? Or would you recommend I research something else?
Cellfina / Cellulite treatment / Body contouring procedures/ Liposuction
Cellfina it is the longest lasting FDA cleared treatment to reduce the appearance of cellulite for 2 years. It has a very high patient satisfaction rate and results can be seen in as little as a few days. It targets the structural cause of cellulite by treating the cellulite causing bands. I would recommend a consultation to determine your candidacy.
The best way to assess and give true advice would be an in-person exam.
Please see a board-certified plastic surgeon that specializes in aesthetic and restorative plastic surgery.
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You appear to be the ideal candidate for cellfina by history: you are in great physical shape based on weight and height and your photos.
The dimples appeared to be true depressions on your buttocks and if this is the area that is bothering you than a Cellfina should provide a beutiful result.
I don't see areas to be treated on the anterior thighs and the lateral thigh views.
Your cellfina provider will evaluate you in person to confirm the above.
Good luck with your decision.
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