Restylane-L, Perlane-L Puyallup
Restylane is a natural cosmetic dermal filler made of hyaluronic acid, which is a natural substance that exists in the human body and is used to provide volume and fullness to the skin.
Restylane is the answer to long lasting wrinkle correction, with average results lasting six months or longer.
Restylane is a hyaluronic acid. It's a unique form of non-animal stabilized natural polysaccharide which occurs as an important structural element in the skin and in subcutaneous and connective tissue. It belongs to a group of a very few substances, which are identical in all living organisms. Restylane and Perlane add volume to the tissue, thereby restoring the skin contour or enhance the lips to the desired level of correction. It is natural and soft.
Restylane-L® and Perlane-L® can also be used in other moderate to severe facial wrinkles such as lipstick lines – the area just below the nose and above the upper lip; the corners of the mouth; and marionette lines – the area that extends downward from the corners of the mouth to the jawline.
Are You a Good Candidate?
- Frown lines between eyebrows.
- Deep-set eyes.
- Tear trough area.
- Nasolabial folds.
- Droopy corners of the mouth.
- Lip lines, thinning lips.
- Will add facial volume under wrinkles, immediately lifting and smoothing out the area.
- Injections usually take less than twenty minutes of your time.
- A nonsurgical procedure, and relatively painless.
- It is injected under your skin or lips, beneath the wrinkle, through a tiny needle. Several injections may be required, depending on the depth and length of the wrinkles.
Recuperation and Healing
- May experience redness, swelling, itching, or tenderness at the injected area. These side effects generally disappear within three days.
- This procedure is considered cosmetic and is not covered by insurance. The patient is responsible for the full payment.
- The specific risk and suitability of the procedure for a given individual can be determined only at the time of consultation. All surgical procedures have some degree of risk. Minor complications that do not affect the outcome occur occasionally. Major complications are unusual.
- No photographs are currently available for this procedure.