Looking for non-surgical advancements in facial rejuvenation? Well, look no further. With the revolutionary filler known as Restylane, you now can achieve facial rejuvenation with injections. While there are numerous injectable fillers on the market today, most of them have their drawbacks including allergic reactions and relatively short life spans. Restylane is a safe and natural cosmetic filler that is immune to these drawbacks given its unique chemical composition.

Lip augmentation and/or enhancement
Reducing the appearance of lines around the mouth
Modifying nasolabial folds (under the nose) and eye trough deformities
Facial contouring of the cheeks and mouth

Q: What is Restylane Made of?
A: Restylane is made of a biodegradable hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring substance present in all living organisms. This natural acid provides volume and fullness to an organism’s epidermis (i.e., skin). Restylane is produced as a clear gel substance and is injected directly beneath the surface of the skin. Through the introduction of Restylane to the treatment area, the hyaluronic-based gel adds natural volume and lift resulting in smoother wrinkles and less prominent folds. Moreover, and what distinguishes Restylane from other dermal fillers, is the way in which Restylane permeates the dermal tissue and naturally binds to water molecules. Through this action, the modified water molecules assist in achieving and maintaining volume possessing a natural appearance. Over time, Restylane is gradually degraded by the body and dissolves without any residue or trace. Restylane treatments results are immediately visible and typically last between six and twentyfour months.

Q: Side Effects of Restylane?
A: As previously indicated, Restylane is safe and effective when treating moderate to severe wrinkles around the nose and mouth. However, as is the case with any cosmetic procedure or treatment, various side effects are possible. While infrequent, potential side effects associated with the use of Restylane include: redness, bruising, swelling, tenderness and moderate pain. In those instances where side effects are present, they typically dissipate within a few days.