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Avéli® Cellulite Treatment in Boston – The Regeneris CelutoneTM

Regeneris Medical Spa in Westwood is proud to offer Avéli™ for a significant and lasting reduction in cellulite dimples. Schedule a consultation with us to determine if you are a candidate for this innovative treatment.

What is Cellulite? Why Do I Have Cellulite?

Cellulite is a depression of any shape or size with defined edges visible on the skin’s surface, typically on the buttocks or thighs. The primary cause of cellulite is fibrous bands, known as septa, which tether your skin to the underlying structures. Over time, some septa stiffen or shrink, leading to the dimples we recognize as cellulite. It is crucial to distinguish cellulite from other concerns like skin laxity or localized fat, which we can address during a consultation. Remember, cellulite is not your fault – genetics and hormones play a significant role, and up to 90% of women experience it.

What is an Avéli™ Cellulite Reduction Treatment?

Avéli™ offers a precise approach to treating cellulite, leveraging a deep understanding of women’s anatomy. Unlike many treatments that work from the outside-in, Avéli™ targets and releases the primary structural cause of cellulite from the inside-out in a single, minimally-invasive procedure with minimal downtime.

How to Reduce Cellulite with Avéli™

Avéli™ is suitable for a range of women across the cellulite severity spectrum. Our trained providers use a handheld device to manually target and release the septa bands causing cellulite dimples. The process includes:

  1. Guiding the Avéli™ Device: The provider guides the device under the skin directly to the targeted dimples.
  2. Identifying and Releasing Septa Bands: Once the culprit septa bands are identified, they are precisely released.
  3. Confirming Release: The provider confirms the release in real-time, resulting in visibly smoother skin quickly after the procedure.

Before & After

 

More Common Questions

  • Q: How do I know if Avéli™ is right for me? A: If you are a woman in Boston seeking long-term reduction in cellulite dimples with a single, minimally invasive in-office procedure, Avéli™ may be right for you. Schedule a consultation to determine if you are a candidate.
  • Q: Does Avéli™ only treat cellulite dimples? A: Avéli™ specifically treats the septa bands causing cellulite dimples. It does not address other concerns such as skin laxity or localized fat pockets.
  • Q: Will I need multiple sessions? A: No, a single procedure can fully treat the targeted cellulite dimples on both your buttocks and thighs.
  • Q: How long does the procedure take? A: The typical procedure takes about an hour, including local anesthesia and the treatment itself. The exact duration will depend on your personalized procedure plan.
  • Q: Is there any downtime after the procedure? A: Most patients experience little to no downtime, with many returning to normal activities within 24-48 hours.
  • Q: Are there any side effects? A: The most common side effects reported are mild pain within the first 24 hours, bruising, and tenderness to the touch, typically resolving within 30 days. Small areas of firmness, usually not visible or painful, typically resolve within a couple of months.
  • Q: How quickly will I see improvement in my cellulite? A: Results should be visible once swelling and bruising subside, typically around one month post-procedure.
  • Q: Can I work out or exercise after the procedure? A: It is recommended to avoid strenuous activities or workouts for the first few days/weeks to allow proper healing. We will provide complete post-procedure recommendations.
  • Q: How long will the results last? A: Clinical studies have shown a lasting reduction in the appearance of cellulite for at least one year after the procedure.

Avéli™ for Long-Term Cellulite Reduction

Avéli™ is indicated for the long-term reduction of cellulite in the buttocks and thigh areas of adult females, supported by clinical data showing benefits through one year of observation. Most patients return to normal activities within one day, with full recovery typically within a week. Consult with your physician for full safety information.

 

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