It’s A Game Changer
Restylane Silk is a new FDA approved product that is being used by only 65 clinics in the United States and Advanced Dermatology is one of them. Recently, pictures of lips injections gone wrong have flooded the Internet and gone viral. But what do you need to know about lip injections and fillers. Dr. Sherry Ingraham is one of the few dermatologists who have been trained to administer this new product and is sharing her knowledge. Restylane Silk is described as a game changer when it comes to providing natural and lightweight filler. “It is going to be huge, because results are just amazing and just so natural,” boast Dr. Ingraham.
If you are considering a lip enhancement this is what you need to know. Vertical lip lines are commonly referred to as “smoker’s lines” though they can also result from repeated puckering, sucking through a straw, drinking from water bottles or pursing the lips, as well as from smoking. Whatever is your reason, make your appointment with Advanced Dermatology to get the look you want. Our clinic is one of 5 in Texas that already are in use with Restylane Silk.
The excitement is growing about the injections of Restylane Silk bcause of several reasons. It has minimal to no downtime and post-injection bruising is rare. Restylane Silk adds a natural plumpness to thin and delicate lips with excellent integration into the tissue. And how long does it last? Great question, enjoy plump lips from 6 to 12 months.According to the FDA, Restylane Silk may help increase the volume of patients’ lips and may smooth wrinkles around the mouth. In the clinical study, patients needed one or two injections to achieve the best lip volume and wrinkle appearance.
For more information on lip enhancement options or to make an appointment visit our website at http://advanceddermatologymd.com.
About Dr. Sherry Ingraham:
Dr. Sherry N. Ingraham is a board certified dermatologist licensed in Texas with extensive training in skin cancer, psoriasis, medical dermatology and cosmetic dermatology.
Dr. Ingraham received a Bachelor of Arts in Human Biology/Anthropology from the University of Pennsylvania and completed medical school at Tulane University in New Orleans where she also earned a Master of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. After an internship at Christus St. Joseph Hospital, she completed Dermatology Residency at Tulane Medical Center Department of Dermatology.
Speaking on dermatology and skin care across Texas, Dr. Ingraham has made great contributions to her field through presentations, research and publications. She is frequently featured in the media speaking as an expert on skin care conditions and treatments.
Her professional memberships include the American Academy of Dermatology, American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, Women’s Dermatologic Society, Harris County Medical Society, Texas Medical Association and American Medical Association.