Avéli: A New Treatment To Reduce Cellulite in Just One Session
The presence of dimpled skin is a common aspect of the human body, and cellulite occurs in approximately 90 percent of women at some point. While cellulite does not pose any medical concerns, it can often cause individuals to feel self-conscious about the cottage cheese-like appearance. Seeking effective, enduring treatment options for skin dimpling has been a long and often frustrating journey for many women, but recent technological advancements within the cosmetic dermatology community have led to some promising solutions.
One of the most notable new treatments is Avéli – a minimally invasive laser treatment designed specifically for the long-term reduction of cellulite and loose skin in the buttocks and thighs. Avéli’s ability to deliver results without several treatments sets it apart. You’ll be shocked at how much cellulite has disappeared or become less visible after just one treatment.
Avéli stands out from other cellulite treatments with its one-time promise. During the reconstructive surgery, small blades are used to make a minor incision in the skin. Then, they insert a hook-shaped device into the connective tissue beneath. This innovative device then releases a tiny razor to cut the septa— the connective bands that develop cellulite. Thanks to its design, the device enables precise targeting of the tough bands to treat cellulite.
This groundbreaking technology is a significant factor in Avéli’s effectiveness. The treatment allows providers to accurately identify and treat tough bands in the underlying muscle causing cellulite without a need for several sessions. As a result, most women experience smoother skin.
The procedure is performed under local anesthesia, ensuring the patient’s comfort throughout the treatment. Women who’ve undergone treatments may experience temporary post-procedure effects, such as soreness and bruising, but they typically subside within a month.
While Avéli promises a noticeable improvement in the appearance of cellulite, it is not the right choice for everyone. It’s recommended to have your treatment before your skin loses elasticity. Avéli may not be suitable for those with significant skin sagging issues or excess fat.
Avéli treatment costs can vary significantly, typically falling in the range of $3,000 to $5,000, depending on the number of areas treated and the extent of the cellulite. However, considering the one-time nature of the procedure, its Food and Drug Administration approval, and its proven safety and efficacy, many people find the investment worthwhile.
Embracing your body with newfound confidence begins with a consultation at the Heartland Plastic & Hand Surgery Med Spa near downtown Cape Girardeau, MO.
Dr. Humphrey and our highly trained professionals can guide you through every step of the Avéli treatment process to ensure you get the results you’re looking for.
To schedule a consultation today, call our office at 855-919-2707 or use our online scheduling tool.Back to Blog home