Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Olga Bachilo is now providing Renuva adipose tissue filler injectable treatments to suitable candidates among her patients at Glamour Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, serving Houston, Sugar Land, Katy, and surrounding locations in Texas. Contact our office today to schedule your consultation to try Renuva.
Renuva Injections in Houston, TX
Dr. Olga Bachilo at Glamour Plastic Surgery and Med Spa proudly provides safe and effective Renuva injection treatments for her patients in the greater Houston area.
What is Renuva?
Renuva is an aesthetic injection treatment containing allograft adipose matrix derived from donated fatty tissue that has been purified. Renuva produces remarkable results because it contains essential growth factors, proteins, collagen, and other nutrients identical to those contained in your own fat, so the risk of having a negative reaction to Renuva treatments is very slim.
How It Works
What To Expect
How does Renuva work?
Renuva is delivered directly into the skin like an injection treatment targeting specific problem areas where the loss of fat and volume has occurred due to the aging process, dramatic weight loss, or other factors. Each injection triggers a new formation of fat cells in the treatment area, so after each injection, your body gradually replaces the Renuva formula in your skin with your own fat cells. This process can last several months, during which time continued improvements may be seen.
Renuva may also be combined with other cosmetic procedures such as skin tightening or laser skin resurfacing to produce more comprehensive results.
What can I expect when getting Renuva Injections?
Renuva treatments are safe and effective, and are normally performed on an outpatient basis in the comfort of your doctor’s office. The procedure requires no anesthesia and is usually completed within 30 minutes, depending on the size and location of the treatment area.
The first step in the procedure is to mark the targeted area where the Renuva injections are to be delivered. A local anesthetic is then used to numb the treatment area and ensure your comfort throughout the procedure. Following this, the Renuva adipose tissue filler is injected directly into target areas using very thin needles to deliver the allograft fat directly into the deeper layers of the skin. Two to three injections may be required to complete each treatment.
Typically, you will spend several minutes recovering in the surgeon’s office before resuming normal activities.
What areas of the body does Renuva treat?
Renuva treatments are delivered directly to areas of the face and body where fat naturally occurs to replace volume and fullness due to fat loss in those areas. Renuva can restore volume in areas such as the cheeks, hands, and certain areas of the body. Renuva treatments also diminish the appearance of dimpled skin caused by cellulite and flattening depressed scars and smoothing irregularities caused by liposuction treatments. After examining your condition and discussing your aesthetic goals, Dr. Bachilo can recommend whether you are a suitable candidate for Renuva.
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How many Renuva treatments are required?
While a large number of patients achieve optimal results after only one treatment, results may vary significantly between patients due to age, skin condition, and other factors. Depending on the severity of your condition, you may require as many as two to three treatment sessions with Renuva scheduled over a period of several weeks to achieve optimal results.
How long do results last?
Renuva produces longer-lasting results than most other injectable treatments. In many cases, the results may even be considered permanent.
Where can I get Renuva in Houston?
Board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Olga Bachilo is now providing Renuva adipose tissue filler injectable treatments to suitable candidates among her patients at Glamour Plastic Surgery and Med Spa, serving Houston, Sugar Land, Katy, and surrounding locations in Texas.
Is Renuva permanent?
Renuva results can be permanent, but this is not always the case. Therefore, your Renuva results should be long-lasting.
What is Renuva treatment?
Renuva is an injectable which is designed to address age-related volume loss due to reduced fat in areas such as the cheeks. The product uses allograft adipose matrix for long-lasting results.
What is Renuva made from?
Renuva is made from processed human-derived adipose tissue. This is known as an injectable allograft adipose matrix and is developed from donated tissues.
How long does it take for Renuva to work?
On average, you can expect to see full results from your Renuva treatment about 12 weeks after receiving your injections. However, most patients will require multiple treatment sessions to reach their best results.
Is Renuva safe?
Because the growth factors, proteins, and collagen found in Renuva are identical to those found in your own natural tissue, the product carries a very low risk of adverse reactions. This means that Renuva is a very safe injectable procedure.
How does Renuva differ from a fat transfer?
In a fat transfer, your fat is collected using liposuction before being injected into the treatment area. Renuva, however, triggers natural fat production where it is injected.
What’s the difference between Renuva and other fillers?
Traditional fillers are typically composed of hyaluronic acid, which replaces lost volume or fills the treatment area. Renuva, however, stimulates natural fat production, which will eventually replace the product.
Where can Renuva be treated?
Renuva works best in areas of the face such as the cheeks, temples, jawline, chin, or nasolabial folds. During a consultation, your injector will recommend which areas are well-suited for Renuva injections.
Is it normal to have hard lumps right after Renuva injections?
You should not have hard lumps after your Renuva injections. This can be a sign that your injections were not performed correctly.
What is the recovery from Renuva?
Renuva does not require downtime. You may notice swelling or redness after your injections, but these should subside within two weeks at most.
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