Spa Week cellfina

“I love the dimples in my butt,” said no one ever. This bottom problem has long been near the top of our patients’ list of concerns. Those dimples have a name, and it is CELLULITE. It is unusual for a cosmetic problem that bothers so many people to have gone so long without a real solution.  Now, I am excited to share, there is light at the end of the tunnel for your dimpled derriere. Enter Cellfina.

As a plastic surgeon, I work hard to be able to solve my patients’ problems. Until now, there was simply no way to reliably treat cellulite. This led to a lot of disappointed patients and frustrated plastic surgeons. While there have been many technologies claiming to solve the problem before, I frankly hadn’t been impressed. I told my patients to hold out for something better.

Cellfina is that something better. And it manages to actually treat cellulite, by addressing the cause of cellulite. Cellulite occurs when the fibers connecting the skin to deeper structures contract. These contracting fibers pull down on the skin causing dimples. Cellfina works by severing the bands that cause cellulite. The Cellfina system is then used to release the fibers, smoothing the dimples. Based on patient satisfaction rates of 96% at 2 years, the FDA has cleared Cellfina as the longest lasting cellulite solution available.

The whole process is minimally invasive, usually takes 60 – 90 minutes, and can be done with just local anesthesia. Sedation is definitely an option for those who are interested as well. Cellfina can also be combined with liposuction, allowing you to permanently reduce stubborn fatty bulges.  There is minimal downtime, and most people can return to work in just a couple days. A perfect Friday afternoon activity!

Cellfina works best for dimples on the butt and the back of your thighs. It is FDA-cleared. Most importantly, it delivers excellent results! Say goodbye to your bespeckled booty, and feel free to get in touch for more information.

Darren M. Smith, MD has a unique and highly sought-after skillset, having completed the unparalleled aesthetic surgery fellowship at the Manhattan Eye, Ear & Throat Hospital in New York City and a craniofacial surgery fellowship at the world-renowned Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. Before embarking on fellowship training, Dr. Smith completed an integrated plastic surgery residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. He was ultimately selected to serve as Administrative Chief Resident in the Department of Plastic Surgery. He grew up here in New York City and graduated from Brown University at the undergraduate and medical school levels.
Dr. Smith has also spent 3 years dedicated to basic science research in craniofacial biology, where his work focused on leveraging emerging protein therapy and bioprinting technologies to develop novel approaches to complex dilemmas in craniofacial biology. Additionally, Dr. Smith has an extensive background in applying 3D computer graphics techniques to procedural simulation and planning in craniofacial and aesthetic surgery, generating work that has resulted in the issuance of a US Patent and over 200 peer-reviewed publications, presentations and book chapters. He also served as Technical Copy Editor of the 6-volume Neligan Plastic Surgery text.” Imagery via Allure.


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