Finally, a cellulite treatment that works!
What is Cellfina™?
The Cellfina™ System is the only FDA-cleared minimally invasive procedure clinically proven to improve the appearance of cellulite for at least a year—longer than any other FDA-cleared treatment for cellulite.* Performed in the comfort in our Reno office by Dr. Dahan, this minimally invasive technique works by targeting and releasing the structural connective bands responsible for visible dimpling on the surface of the skin.
How does Cellfina™ work?
After a local numbing agent is administered, Dr. Dahan uses the Cellfina™ System to target the structural problems that cause cellulite. By releasing the fibrous bands under the dimpled areas, Cellfina reduces the appearance of cellulite in just one treatment session with results lasting for at least one year.*
Cellfina™ Cellulite Reduction Treatment
Cellfina cellulite reduction is:
- Single treatment
- Minimally invasive, limited downtime
How Long Does The Cellulite Reduction Procedure Take?
The in-office procedure is performed by Dr. Dahan, and takes approximately 45 minutes, depending on the individual patient and the number of areas being treated.
Within just three days after treatment, patients in the FDA-approved pivotal study reported feeling very satisfied with their results. At three months, 85 percent of patients were satisfied, and after one year, 94 percent were satisfied, surpassing patient satisfaction rates versus other leading cellulite treatments.
Actual patient of Dr. Dahan - Individual results may vary.*
How Long Do Cellfina™ Results Last?
Patients in the FDA-approved pivotal study showed significant improvement after just one treatment, with results lasting at least a year—the longest FDA clearance for a cellulite treatment.*
Does Cellulite Reduction Require Surgery?
Cellfina does not involve a scalpel, operating room or general anesthesia. It relies on a minimally invasive, small needle-sized device to apply light, quick and repeated pressure on the cellulite-causing bands just beneath the skin to fray and finally fully release them.