Dermal Fillers and Hyaluronic Acid
Restylane Lyft works similarly to Restylane and can also correct nasolabial folds, but it is formulated and FDA-approved for cheek augmentation.
As we grow older, many of us lose skin tone and volume in the cheeks, which accentuates loose skin from the nose to the mouth and gives the appearance of sunken cheeks. Restylane Lyft restores plumpness and definition for a more youthful, healthier look.
Restylane Silk is the first FDA-approved soft-tissue filler for lip enhancement. Silk also helps smooth out the fine wrinkles that tend to develop around the corners of the mouth.
Restylane Silk not only plumps the lips, it allows your plastic surgeon precise control in shaping the volume of the lips. Most patients see visible improvement in lip fullness within two weeks of initial injections, and the improvements to volume and the reduction of fine lines will continue in the following weeks.
Results with Dermal Fillers
Though the effects of dermal fillers are generally immediate and can be long-lasting, they will not be permanent. The duration of noticeable results varies depending on the affected area and other individual factors.
Follow-up treatments will be necessary to maintain results. Often, patients benefit from a couple closely timed Restylane sessions followed by a touch-up treatment six to nine months later.
It’s important to note that dermal fillers like Restylane are not the same as facial injectables including BOTOX Cosmetic and Dysport. Those products use a formula that inhibits muscle contractions in order to smooth away fine lines and wrinkles.
For more information about dermal fillers and facial injectables, please contact Precision Medical Arts to schedule your personal consultation with one of our accomplished plastic surgeons.