Wrinkle filling and Volume Replacement
Restylane has quickly made giant leaps in becoming the most popular and longest-lasting wrinkle filler and volumizer. With a track record of 6 months’ longevity, it has become the most requested dermal filler of Superior Beverly Hills Dermatology Clinic, Inc. patients.
Restylane Injections work for:
- Smiles lines
- Marionette lines
- Lip Volumizing
- Lip Border Enhancement
- Cheek Augmentation
- Glabellar Creases
- Facial Wrinkles
- Filling depressed Scars
Restylane Beverly Hills
Restylane is made of Hyaluronic acid, a substance normally found in the skin that helps keep it plump. The hyaluronic acid molecule is hydrophilic, or “water-loving,” a feature that allows it to bind to water to provide long-lasting results. Restylane restores volume and fullness to the skin to correct, smooth and plump, returning the face to a youthful fullness.
“Incredible. I haven’t looked this good in ages. Between Restylane, Botox and Titan, I’ve dropped at least 10 years. I’m ready for whatever you suggest next, Dr. Zaks. No one believes I’m 54 – not even my mother!” Jason L.
Restylane is frequently administered along with Botox. Synergistic response makes the dual product injection longer lasting for both. Dr. Zaks will explain why this is a recommended treatment technique if you use both Botox and a dermal filler such as Restylane.
- If you have previously suffered from facial cold sores, there is a risk that the needle punctures could contribute to another recurrence. Speak to your physician about medications that may minimize a recurrence.
- One week prior to your next treatment with Restylane, avoid taking St. John’s Wort, high doses of Vitamin E supplements, aspirin, and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, such as ibuprofen. These agents may increase bruising and bleeding at the injection site.
Restylane Solutions – Facial Anatomy Definitions
- Oral Commissures: Lines going down from either side of the mouth. Also known as “Marionette Lines.”
- Nasolabial Folds: Ridges or edges that appear from the root of the nose to the angle of the mouth.
- Laugh Lines: A loss of volume in fatty tissue between the mouth and cheeks that creates lines or ridges
- Furrows: Deep narrow grooves or deep wrinkles in the skin, most often caused by repeated frowning, squinting and other facial expressions
- Glabellar Creases: Creases in the forehead between the brows. Also called “frown lines.”
- Vermillion Border: The area where the red or pink lip border meets the skin.