Infamous for the lumpy, bumpy, dimpled, “cottage-cheese” texture it imposes on your otherwise lovely skin, Cellulite is seen most frequently on the buttocks, thighs, and sometimes even on the upper abdomen and upper arms of women everywhere. These undesirable dimples, pits and nodular swellings are the result of swollen clumps of fat pushing up against the under-surface of your skin. While countless creams, scrubs, massages, exercises, diets, and procedures go to town advertising their remarkable cellulite reduction results, few actually work. Although cellulite causes are not well-understood, factors proven to have an influence include excess fatty tissue, natural aging, genetics, and hormones.
In case you thought it was just you, it’s not! Cellulite impacts about 90% of women at some point in their life. Roughly 100 million women in the US between 20-54 complain of cellulite, while over 10 million Canadian women report they would undergo cellulite reduction therapy if they knew it was effective, affordable, safe, and long-lasting. The good news: SpaMedica’s comprehensive cellulite reduction treatment program is all that and more.
Spa Medica in Toronto: a leader in cellulite removal technology
Dr. Mulholland and the SpaMedica clinic in Toronto have been leaders in cutting-edge cellulite removal technology for 15+ years. Rest assured, you will undergo only the most revolutionary treatment technologies, and your program will be customized based on the level of your cellulite and your goals. Following your consultation, Dr. Mulholland will combine the most appropriate, minimally invasive procedures to address your unique needs.
Cellfina cellulite reduction therapy: buttock and thigh deep treatment
Cellfina is new, revolutionary, minimally invasive, and the foundation of SpaMedica’s multi-tech approach. This cellulite reduction machine is designed to release and improve the appearance of dimples and pitted cellulite on the buttocks and the backs of the upper thighs—long-term. The whole procedure takes under an hour: first, your dimples are marked, a numbing agent is applied, and then a tiny micro probe is inserted into your cellulite. The probe is then passed side-to-side, effectively breaking up the connective band causing a given dimple, releasing soft tissue, and allowing your skin to “bounce back” and appear smooth again!
Recovery and results
A single Cellfina treatment can result in a 70% improvement (if not more), and the results of that one treatment can last for 3+ years! Post-Cellfina, you can walk away immediately, and return to normal activities without delay. Studies have shown that significant improvement of even the deepest dimples are achieved quickly with Cellfina, and 93% patient satisfaction even at 3 years post-procedure! The real bonus is that you can also walk away immediately, and return to normal activites without delay. The only side effects are some mild to moderate bruising and swelling.
Maintenance and cost
The cost of the SpaMedica cellulite reduction program depends on how many zones are treated, and their size. Typically, however, the most common zones (back of thighs and buttocks) cost $2000-$3000 or less. And if more than one zone is treated, the cost of the 2nd and 3rd zones is greatly reduced. More good news: SpaMedica’s integrated cellulite reduction program includes external post-Cellfina treatments in its initial cost. These additional treatments (including BodyFX, and Venus legacy), use radiofrequency technologies to tighten skin and maintain benefits as long as possible. If Dr. Mulholland determines you’re a candidate for these maintenance treatments, they’ll start 6-8 weeks following Cellfina and continue until best results are achieved. After your series of complimentary treatments, one session may be recommended every 3-4 months.
Contrary to popular belief, you don’t have to live with cellulite. Contact us at SpaMedica in Toronto to find out more, and book your custom cellulite busting treatment today!
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