Dermal fillers help to diminish lines on the face and contributes to restoring volume in the face.
As we age, our faces naturally lose fat, fullness and volume. The facial muscles are closer to the skin surface, so wrinkles and fine lines become more visibly apparent.
Restylane® Lyft provides precise and predictable fullness and is designed to restore contour, accentuate cheekbones and smooth wrinkles and lines
One of the most defining aspects of a youthful face is volume, particularly in the midface area. With age, the fat that once padded the cheekbones and provided fullness to the central part of the face begins to disappear. This results in droopy skin that sags, making the smile lines deeper and more noticeable.
Dermal fillers provide a precise way to treat facial volume loss.
Restore the younger-looking skin and fullness you want, with an incredibly natural look.
Dermal Fillers are especially useful in treating volume loss throughout the midface area.
Restylane® Lyft is now the first and only FDA approved filler for the face
It is mainly used for two important areas of the face: the midface (cheeks) and the smile lines.
In a clinical trial involving 200 patients, investigators observed that 88.7% of patients treated with Restylane® Lyft showed an improvement in fullness in the right and left midface areas (combined) at 2 months, and 54.3% of patients showed an improvement at 12 months.2 Additionally, 95% of patients reported that they were satisfied with the appearance of their midface at 2 months and and 73% of patients were satisfied at 12 months.3 The most common adverseevents observed in the trial included: tenderness, redness, bruising, swelling and itching. These events decreased in severity over time and most were resolved within 2 weeks.
Sculptra® Aesthetic works to replace lost collagen in a series
Sculptra® works deep within the skin to reinforce and replace lost collagen, helping to restore your skin's elasticity and youthful appearance. Three injection sessions are needed over a period of a few months on average.