How Renuvion Works
During a Renuvion treatment, Dr. Craig Schwartz will administer local tumescent anesthesia, place a special device under your skin, and make an incision that’s about ¼ inches long. Once the device is inserted, a mixture of helium gas and radiofrequency waves is released, generating heat and cooling energy simultaneously, which causes the skin to contract and tighten up. The surrounding tissue stays intact.
You can use Renuvion to firm and tighten skin in a number of areas including the abdomen, arms, back, breasts, buttocks, chest flanks, and knees. It’s also an option for your face, eyelids, and neck.
While you may notice some improvements in the first days and weeks after your procedure as your skin shrinks and contracts, the most dramatic changes will be apparent in the six to twelve months as Renuvion remodels the top layer of skin and tightens underlying layers, producing a fundamentally smoother and noticeably lifted appearance.
There are a number of factors that will affect the cost of your Renuvion treatment including the size of the treatment area and your desired results. On average, however, patients pay approximately $3500 – $5000, depending on whether they are performed as a stand-alone procedure or in addition to liposuction. You can find out the exact price of your treatment during a consultation with Dr. Schwartz. It’s worth noting that minimally-invasive Renuvion is a one-time treatment, whereas non-invasive treatments always
It’s important to note that Renuvion is a cosmetic treatment, rather than a medical necessity so you’ll need to pay for it out-of-pocket. The good news is we offer a number of financing plans to help make it more affordable.