Juvéderm® and Juvéderm®XC are hyaluronic acid dermal fillers that are commonly used to treat moderate to severe facial wrinkles and restore volume. These treatments deliver immediate results that can last up to 18 months. With no downtime required, you can expect to return to your normal daily activities immediately following your procedure.
Restylane® is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that is commonly used to treat facial lines and wrinkles, including nasolabial folds and marionette lines, which are the downward folds from the corners of the mouth that cause a frowning appearance. Your smooth, more youthful-looking results can last up to 6 months, and no downtime is needed after treatment.
Restylane® Lyft, formerly known as Perlane®, is a type of dermal filler that contains hyaluronic acid to smooth away lines and wrinkles and restore lost facial volume in the cheeks and lower facial areas.
Everyone’s facial structure is different — and so is everyone’s ideal lip shape and size. Restylane® Silk is designed to provide precise lip shaping and line control, resulting in fuller, smoother lips while still maintaining your natural look.
Can I get fillers if I have rosacea?
Fillers are generally safe for rosacea and don’t cause long-term flare-ups. It’s normal to experience some redness that might last longer than normal, but it should subside.
Do I need fillers or lower blepharoplasty for undereye bags?
This can depend largely on your age. If you’re still young and your undereye bags are genetic rather than the result of aging, then fillers like Restylane can be a great option.
Do fillers make things worse over time?
It’s a common myth that injectables like Restylane or Botox will make your concerns worse over time. This is not true – in fact, fillers can actually improve your tissue elasticity and collagen quality over time just like regular Botox can prevent dynamic wrinkles from forming.
Does massaging filler cause it to dissolve faster?
Although you can lessen the appearance of lumps and cause your filler to lie “flatter” under the skin by massaging it, this does not cause the filler to metabolize faster. If you want your filler dissolved, your injector can administer hyaluronidase to break down the product.