What Are the Benefits of Avéli™
After a one-year clinical study for Avéli™, clinical data shows that this treatment can dramatically reduce cellulite in the thighs and buttocks in adult women.
Avéli™ offers significant, long-lasting cellulite reduction and has been officially FDA-cleared for the long-term reduction of cellulite.
Avéli™ is a minimally invasive procedure performed using local anesthesia that provides highly effective cellulite treatment in about an hour.
Am I a Candidate for Avéli™ Cellulite Treatment?
If you are concerned with cellulite on your buttocks or thighs and want a convenient but effective treatment to reduce this deeply-rooted skin condition, you may be a good candidate for Avéli™.
To determine if Avéli™ is right for you, consider the following:
- You should be in good health.
- You should have reasonable expectations for the procedure.
You might not be a good candidate for Avéli™ cellulite treatment if any of the following are true for you:
- You have an infection
- You have very loose skin
- You have received liposuction in the treatment area
What Is Discussed During My Avéli™ Consultation?
Dr. Agullo, or one of his team member, will listen to your cellulite concerns and goals, obtain a medical history, and examine the areas you wish to be treated.
We will also thoroughly explain the process and results you can expect and provide you with an accurate and inclusive cost estimate.
How Is the Avéli™ Procedure Performed?
Cellulite is created when fat forms under the skin, and collagen fibers (septa bands) that connect the skin to underlying tissue separate this fat into multiple small pockets, creating dimples. Cellulite becomes more noticeable with age as skin loses elasticity and gets thinner.
Avéli™ targets the connective bands responsible for cellulite and precisely cuts them, freeing the fat trapped within.
A local anesthetic is administered to the treatment area(s) to ensure you remain comfortable throughout the procedure. When the site is completely numbed, Dr. Agullo inserts the Avéli™ device through small incisions in the skin and guides it to the tissue bands, releasing them one by one.
Treatment time for Avéli™ may vary but is usually completed in about an hour.
What Are Your Concerns?
What Is Recovery Like After Avéli™ Treatment?
You can return to work or your regular routine immediately after treatment. However, you should avoid lower body workouts, including jogging and running, for up to two weeks, as instructed by Dr. Agullo.
You may experience mild discomfort and tenderness for the first 24 hours following treatment, along with swelling and bruising that typically disappears within 30 days. Firm-feeling spots under the skin sometimes develop but are not usually painful or visible and should resolve within a month or two.
Don’t be alarmed if the tiny incisions made during the procedure leak clear or pink fluid, as this sometimes occurs. When this happens, it should only last for 24 to 48 hours.
How Long Will It Take to See My Results?
After the swelling subsides, you should see gradual improvement and clear results visible within 30 days, with final results appearing in three months.
Is Avéli™ Cellulite Treatment Painful?
Because a local anesthetic is administered, you should not feel any discomfort during your Avéli™ treatment, though the treated area may be sore when the numbing effects wear off.
How Much Does Avéli™ Cost?
Avéli™ can be used to treat a small section of the skin or multiple larger areas. Your cost will depend on the extent of cellulite you want to address.
Dr. Agullo is committed to making treatments affordable and will provide you with an inclusive cost quote during your consultation. He also offers financing to make the cost of receiving treatment with Avéli™ manageable.
Frequently Asked Questions About Avéli™
Avéli™ is a safe procedure to treat cellulite when performed by a qualified professional.
Avéli™ is FDA-cleared for long-lasting cellulite treatment.
Avéli™ is a new procedure to treat cellulite that provides long-lasting results. Patients involved in clinical trials find their results have lasted at least one year when last assessed.