The advanced Celluma light therapy treatment is a comfortable process that can treat wrinkles, acne, and more. RGV Cosmetic Surgery & Vein Center offers Celluma and other cosmetic solutions to men and women living in Brownsville, McAllen, the Rio Grande Valley, and all of South Texas.
WHAT IS CELLUMA?
Celluma is a convenient LED light therapy treatment that can address wrinkles, fine lines and acne. Weighing only a couple pounds, the Celluma device travels well and makes it easy to achieve the benefits of light therapy on the go. The Celluma device delivers safe, blue, red and near-infrared lights to treat tissue at the cellular level. With blue light, patients can penetrate acne-causing bacteria to achieve a clear, glowing complexion. With red light, patients can stimulate collagen and elastin production in the skin to achieve an improvement in skin tone, quality, clarity and texture. Plus, it can be used to accelerate recovery and increase the benefits of other treatments like microdermabrasion, and more.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT FROM MY CELLUMA TREATMENT?
Using Celluma is both easy and comfortable, offering patients a convenient rejuvenation experience. After ensuring your skin is clean and dry, the Celluma device is placed near the treatment area to deliver low-level light energy. This light energy targets deep layers of skin tissue, helping the body rejuvenate from the inside out. There is little to no sensation caused by this process, so treatment is generally well tolerated for the duration of the 30-minute session. Celluma is safe to use daily, and the best results are achieved with regular light therapy treatments.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AFTER MY CELLUMA TREATMENT?
Celluma is non-invasive and gentle, meaning that patients can resume work and other normal activities right after treatment. Most patients feel rejuvenated immediately after treatment and notice significant results in just one or two treatments.
- Filling type: Saline, Silicone Gel, or Highly Cohesive Silicone “Gummy Bear” Implants. Neither is “best,” but there are some differences in cost, feel, and incision requirements that you need to consider. Your cosmetic surgeon will help you find the right implant type for you.
- Shape: Saline & Silicone Gel implants are typically round, while gummy bear implants come in shaped and round options. Round implants will typically achieve a fuller upper pole (the top portion of your breast), while shaped implants lend a gently sloping look to your breast profile. Both can look very natural with a skilled cosmetic surgeon’s help.
- Profile: Your cosmetic surgeon will help you choose this based on your existing proportions and your goals. Generally, patients with a more petite frame will require a higher profile implant to achieve the desired size increase while ensuring the implants are not too wide at the base.
- Size: Breast implants range in size from about 150cc to 800cc or larger. Many patients require a different sized breast implant for each breast; this helps to achieve the best possible symmetry. The size you choose depends on your existing breast size, your personal goals, and your cosmetic surgeon’s recommendations.
HOW MUCH DOES CELLUMA COST?
To determine the cost of your Celluma treatment, we invite you to schedule a private consultation at our practice. During your consultation, we will assess your cosmetic goals in order to pursue a treatment plan that matches your unique needs. Then, we will be able to provide you with a clear breakdown of the costs associated with your treatment. At RGV Cosmetic Surgery & Vein Center, we accept a number of payment and financing options, including cash, checks, money orders, major credit cards, and CareCredit® financing. We also offer simple and secure online payment options for the convenience of our patients.
To learn more about the Celluma treatment or schedule a consultation, contact us today at RGV Cosmetic Surgery & Vein Center. We offer Celluma and other advanced rejuvenation treatments to men and women living in Mission, Tx, McAllen, Edinburg, Pharr, Harlingen, Brownsville, the Rio Grande Valley, or anywhere else in South Texas.