What is the cost of Cellfina?

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The cost of Cellfina depends on the extent of treatment.

Hello, and thank-you for your question.

Cellfina is the latest break though for the treatment of cellulite. The treatment targets the fibrous bands which are the source of the dimpling in cellulite. It is most effective for the treatment of deep dimples and depressions of the buttocks and back of the thighs. it is less effective in the treatment of generalized waviness. Cellfina is a minimally invasive treatment performed in the office. We are seeing an extremely high level of satisfaction for our patients treated with Cellfina. The investigational studies for Cellfina have just been released and have shown an impressive patient satisfaction rate of 85% at 3 months, 94% at one year and 96% at 2 years. This is a very exciting solution for the many women who suffer from the embarrassment of cellulite.


The cost depends on the extent of treatment required, but is generally between $3000.00 and 5000.00.


Best regards,

Andrew Lyos, MD, FACS


Houston Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 54 reviews

Cost of Cellfina cellulite reduction procedure?

Cellfina is the latest cellulite reduction procedure. The FDA recently approved the device for 3 year reduction in cellulite. There is a 93-96% patient satisfaction rate at 2-3 years after the procedure. The patient satisfaction rate and 3 year FDA approval is unheard of when compared to other treatments. All other devices on the market only have a temporary reduction in cellulite.

Because Cellfina is far superior to other devices and because it is a one time procedure, Cellfina commands a higher price. The average cost is $3000 for small to medium amounts of cellulite and up to $5000 for large areas. The prices are based on the amount of cellulite dimples.

Stanley Castor, MD
Tampa Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 107 reviews

Cost can vary depending on severity

Cellfina has proven itself as a safe and effective, long-term treatment for cellulite on the thighs and buttocks. The treatment is approved by the FDA and is minimally invasive. A patient should expect to pay between $4000 and $5000 for the treatment, depending on severity of cellulite. Keep in mind, the results are long lasting with well over 90% satisfaction rate at 3 years in clinical studies. Our patients are seeing smoother skin in just days. This treatment for cellulite really works! 

Frank P. Fechner, MD
Worcester Facial Plastic Surgeon
4.6 out of 5 stars 45 reviews

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Cellfina Cost in Beverly Hills

Hi and thanks for the question. 

The price for Cellfina will vary from region to region. The extensiveness of treatment required will also change then price. In Beverly Hill, we charge between 3,000 and 6,000 per treatment.  Best, Dr. Vallecillos

Glenn Vallecillos, MD
Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeon
4.9 out of 5 stars 29 reviews

Prices vary

Pricing varies based on how many dimples need to be released and what part of the country you live in.  Most surgeons divide the pricing into small, medium, and large, depending on the number of bands to be released. 

In my office , we charge $3000 for less than 15 releases, $4000 for 15-35 releases, and $5000 for more than 35 releases.  Periodically we post specials on the website with reduced pricing.

Marisa Lawrence, MD
Atlanta Plastic Surgeon
4.5 out of 5 stars 39 reviews

Cost for Cellfina??

Cost for Cellfina??
The cost of Cellfina depends upon the size and number of areas being treated. The average patient will pay around $4000 for this one time procedure.
Used on moderate to severe cellulite of the buttock and thighs, Cellfina works by treating the rubber-band-like connective tissue that causes cellulite. When these “rubber bands” under the skin are cut, the fat trapped underneath in dimples “snaps” back into place, creating a full, smooth appearance. There is no cutting and no incisions. To perform this controlled, precise, and safe procedure, a vacuum hand piece is placed over the dimpled tissue through which the surgeon will deliver a local anesthetic. Then a small, needle-like microblade is inserted to release the fibrous bands, the cause of cellulite. Results can be seen in as little as three days post-op. Most patients report some soreness, tenderness, and bruising, which should resolve within a week. 90% of patients reported no bruising after one month. To ensure the best results, a compressive garment should be worn for 2 weeks post-treatment. I offer  Cellfina Platinum. this  is an upgraded approach to get rid of troublesome cellulite. This combines other non surgical treatments to get the best possible result.

Jed H. Horowitz, MD, FACS
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
5.0 out of 5 stars 96 reviews

Cellfina cost

The cost will depend on the amount of "releases" or dimples treated, but the range is $3500-$5500.  Currently we have a $500 off special running. Consultations are complimentary, and we can show you our B&A pictures, and give you an exact quote that will treat the areas on your body.

Kyle Song, MD
Orange County Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 29 reviews

Cost of Cellfina

Cellfina is a great treatment for the "dimples" on the buttocks and upper thighs.  The treatment is done in the office in a sterile surgical suite under local anesthesia which helps to keep the cost reasonable.  The treatment cost typically varies based on the number of releases you need, and runs from $3000-6000.

Cost for Cellfina

The cost is going to depend on how many releases or dimples you have in the targeted area or areas. The price can range from $3000-$5000 at our office. The treatment lasts on the average under an hour and has been proven to be long lasting.

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