Capsular Contracture Treatment
in Bucks County, PA, and Hunterdon County, NJ
Some individuals who have had a breast augmentation experience hard, thick scar tissue that tightens and pulls around the surrounding tissue, also known as capsular contractures. If you notice your breast tissue is tight, sensitive, or painful, contact Buinewicz Plastic Surgery. We offer Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for those suffering from capsular contractures after a breast augmentation. We perform this treatment in our offices in Doylestown, PA, and Flemington, NJ.
About Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for Capsular Contractures After Breast Augmentation
Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment uses high-pressure sound waves to break apart the scar tissue that forms around the implant while softening the scar tissue. Blood flow and circulation are increased due to the sound waves. This treatment is non-invasive, painless, and requires no anesthesia.
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What are the Benefits of Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for Capsular Contractures After Breast Augmentation?
Besides treating capsular contractures on your breasts, Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment offers many other benefits, such as:
- Non-invasive option
- Virtually painless with no anesthesia necessary
- Long-term results when combined with multiple sessions
- Can be used on other areas where cellulite is present
- Smoother skin around the treated area
- Treatments are outpatient and performed conveniently in our Doylestown, PA, and Flemington, NJ, offices.
- Zero recovery time so you can resume daily activities right after treatment
Who is a Candidate for Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for Capsular Contractures After Breast Augmentation?
Ideal candidates for Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment are women between the ages of 18 and 70, who are experiencing capsular contractures after breast augmentation. Those seeking this treatment should have realistic expectations about the results.
How is Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for Capsular Contractures After Breast Augmentation Performed?
During your Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment, a special gel is applied to the area where the capsular contractures are using a probe. Gentle shockwaves are passed through the skin, which stimulates lymphatic drainage. The drainage starts the process of scar tissue breaking down. Also the acoustic barotrauma stimulates new blood flow to the tissue enhancing the healing process. Each treatment takes between 15 and 20 minutes. How many treatments you receive will be determined during your consultation with Dr. Anna Buinewicz or Dr. Brian Buinewicz. There is no recovery or downtime after a session, which means you can resume normal activities once you leave our office.
What is the Cost of Acoustic Sound Wave Treatment for Capsular Contractures After Breast Augmentation?
The cost of Acoustic Sound Wave Treatments for remedying capsular contractures varies depending on the number of sessions needed to achieve the patient’s expectations. The treatment can be used to treat other areas where cellulite is present, so combining treatments will affect the cost. To determine your cost for Acoustic Sound Wave Treatments, contact us today and schedule a consultation with either Dr. Brian Buinewicz or Dr. Anna Buinewicz. They will discuss your personalized treatment plan with you, including the cost and financing options if you need them. We also accept major credit cards, checks, or cash for those paying upfront.
If you live in or around Doylestown, PA, or Flemington, NJ, and are tired of dealing with tight, hard scar tissue around your breasts, contact Buinewicz Plastic Surgery. We will explain the features and benefits of Acoustic Sound Wave Treatments for capsular contractures after breast augmentation. Now’s the time to find relief from painful breasts! Schedule your consultation today by calling Buinewicz Plastic Surgery.