At a Glance
Do you have cellulite? Cellulite is a common occurrence – in fact, around 95% of British women have cellulite somewhere on their body, however, it can appear in men as well. For some people, it can cause you to feel uncomfortable and self-conscious about your appearance.
Fortunately, there are treatment options which can help. At Centre for Surgery, we offer CelluTite to reduce and improve the appearance of cellulite.
Cellulite appears as dimpled, fatty deposits across the body. Cellulite can occur for a number of reasons, such as:
- Weight gain
- Pregnancy or menopause
- Ageing, which causes a loss of elasticity
- Lifestyle choices such as a lack of exercise and poor diet
Cellulite can cause a lack of confidence and self-esteem issues. This causes many people to seek out treatment options.
Luckily, cellulite can be treated with CelluTite. This method uses radiofrequency to target cellulite and tighten the skin.
This procedure is most commonly performed on the thighs or the buttocks.
You will be an appropriate candidate for this procedure if you have a moderate amount of cellulite which you are wanting to remove.
You will need to be over 18 years old, but there is no upper age limit. This treatment is suitable for both women and men who have cellulite.
Prior to undergoing cellulite treatment, you will meet with the surgeon who will be able to assess your eligibility for the procedure.
CelluTite uses radiofrequency to target cellulite and tighten the skin.
Before the procedure begins, a local anaesthetic will be injected into the treatment area. This means you will be awake for the duration of the procedure, but you will not feel any pain.
Next, small incisions will be made and a cannula will be inserted beneath the skin. Radiowaves are then emitted from the cannula, which heats the tissue. This causes the skin to tighten. The specially designed cannula tip releases the cellulite internally, making the cellulite disappear from view.
This is a minimally-invasive procedure, so there will be a short recovery period.
You will have a bandage applied to the treatment area which will be able to be removed the day after the procedure.
You will be able to return to your day-to-day routine directly after treatment.
You may notice some bruising or swelling at the site of the injection, however, this will quickly fade. You may also feel some mild pain and discomfort in the treatment area for the first few days following the procedure.
You will only need to have one treatment to notice results.
What is cellulite?Cellulite is dimpled skin which generally appears in the thighs, hips, and buttocks. Cellulite occurs when fatty deposits push and distort the connective tissue beneath the skin. This results in the skin appearing lumpy and dimpled. It more commonly occurs in women, however, it can occur in men as well.
How do you treat cellulite?Centre for Surgery treats cellulite with a procedure known as CelluTite. This uses radio waves to heat the tissue beneath the skin, which tightens the skin and removes cellulite.
Am I a good candidate for CelluTite?You will be a suitable candidate if you have cellulite which you are wishing to remove.
You will need to be at least 18 years old to be suitable for treatment.
What anaesthetic will be used?CelluTite is performed under a local anaesthetic. This means you will be awake throughout the procedure but will be unable to feel any pain in the treatment area.
How is CelluTite performed?CelluTite involves the use of radiofrequency energy to tighten the skin and improve the appearance of cellulite.
The surgeon will make a small incision and will insert a cannula beneath the skin. The cannula will then emit radiowaves which will heat up the surrounding tissue. As a result of this, the skin will begin to tighten. This release the cellulite, making it disappear from view.
How many treatments will I need to undertake?You will only need to have one treatment; the cellulite will not return.
What will the recovery period be like?There is a minimal recovery period associated with this procedure.
Bandages will be applied to the treatment area. These can be removed the following day.
You may notice some bruising and swelling which will last a few days.
You will be able to return to your usual routine straight away.