Cellutite for Cellulite

Tired of wearing pants at the beach to hide that cellulite? Unfortunately, woman are prone to cellulite, and there is really nothing we can do about it… Until Now!

CelluTite for Cellulite has been designed for more severe cellulite. It is much more effective with one treatment than any other technique.

How is CelluTite for Cellulite performed?

The CelluTite cannula uses heat, just like the Bodytite and Facetite to tighten and shrink the skin. The CelluTite cannula cuts the fibrous septa that pull the skin in and flattens the raised, bulging pockets of fat. It warms the skin to tighten and thicken it using RFAL (Radio-Frequency Assisted Lipolysis) the dips are reduced, the bulges are flattened and the skin tightens to give a smoother finish. CelluTite also prevents these fibres from re-attaching because it has a hollow cannula, and it sucks out the liquid fat simultaneously. Patients can expect to see a 40-50% improvement.

This surgery is performed by Dr. Anthony P. Lockwood, under local anaesthesia in our state-of-the-art surgical center located at The First Glance Aesthetic Clinic and Surgery Centre.

What’s the recovery period after CelluTite for Cellulite?

As with most cosmetic surgeries, you will need to take time to recover. The recovery period will be different for each patient depending on the extent of the surgery, the area of the body, and the patient’s health.

After the CelluTite for Cellulite procedure, recovery time is similar to what you can expect from liposuction. The patient can expect to see bruising, swelling and soreness but be able to perform light activity right away. Full recovery will take between 4-6 weeks.

Are there any risks with CelluTite for Cellulite?

During your consultation, Dr. Lockwood and his expert medical team will clearly outline all of the necessary precautions you need to take, as well as any postoperative limitations you should follow. Dr. Lockwood and his staff take every necessary precaution to minimize any risk involved with all surgeries or cosmetic procedures.

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