Virtually no woman is immune from developing cellulite. This telltale dimpled skin often appears around the buttocks and thighs and can diminish self-image or impact the clothing choices you make. Mistakenly believed to be caused by weight gain, cellulite is actually a simple fact of female anatomy: the result of normal fat deposits pushing against the skin’s connective tissue.
Any number of factors, from hormones to genetics to aging, can make cellulite rear its ugly head. And women who want to restore smoothness to their skin’s contours can find results with Cellfina™ cellulite treatment.
Cellfina™ Treats the Structural Cause of Cellulite
The structure of women’s skin makes it uniquely prone to cellulite.
Within the fat layer under the skin is a latticework of connective bands of fibrous tissue. As these bands tighten, they pull the skin down, resulting in an uneven, dimpled appearance.
Cellfina™ is a non-surgical treatment that releases the bands from their grip on the skin for a smooth contour. Other cellulite treatments offer only superficial solutions with temporary results, but Cellfina™ gets to the root of the issue.
Noticeable Improvement within Several Days
As soon as 3 days after your Cellfina™ session, you can expect to see a noticeable improvement in your skin’s texture. The skin will continue to respond to this innovative cellulite treatment over the coming weeks and months, with 94 percent of those who receive Cellfina™ reporting satisfaction with their results after 1 year.
Cellfina™ Delivers Long-Lasting Results
Among FDA-approved cellulite treatments, Cellfina™ tops the list for longest-lasting results. Clinically proven to keep skin smooth for at least a year, many people enjoy a reduced appearance in cellulite for 2 to 3 years after their Cellfina™ treatment.
Dr. David Kaufman earned a bachelor of science degree from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, graduating with distinction, the highest academic honor. As an active duty naval special warfare officer, he served our nation for four years, including duty in Operation Desert Storm. He then attended Harvard Medical School, receiving his medical doctor degree in 1996. From there, he entered and completed postdoctoral surgical training in a combined general and plastic surgery residency at Stanford University Medical Center.
A board-certified plastic surgeon and member of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, Dr. Kaufman’s diverse surgical experience and skill enables him to choose procedures and techniques to best suit each patient. Consider him and his practice, Kaufman Plastic Surgery, if you are looking for a plastic surgeon in the Sacramento area.