Advanced Dermatology in Katy, League City, Pearland, or Sugar Land, TX offers a wide range of filler products to rejuvenate the signs of facial aging by addressing lost volume, lines, and wrinkles. Restylane is one of the most popular brands of injectable wrinkle fillers because it treats several concerns with different formulas for long-lasting results. It is made with a synthetic version of the body's natural hyaluronic acid (HA), giving the skin a natural, softer look that is more supple and full. A custom treatment plan can treat mild to severe facial lines and wrinkles, as well as add volume to the lips and cheeks.
Our four locations of Advanced Dermatology carry a selection of Restylane products, such as Restylane Refyne or Defyne, that fill in the deep laugh lines (nasolabial folds and marionette lines) while it maintains your natural expressions.
Restylane treatments are great for any patient over the age of 21 who wants to improve their appearance. Since it has so many formulas, your treatment will be customized to fit your needs and concerns. Restylane can help you treat early signs of aging, including fine lines throughout the face, or boost the volume in your lips and cheeks. It can also treat moderate to severe wrinkles, like laugh lines, frown lines, Crow's feet, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and more. Some formulas contain lidocaine so you should disclose any known allergies during your consultation with your practitioner to avoid a reaction.
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Restylane injections take place inside the minor procedures room at Advanced Dermatology. A numbing cream can be applied for increased patient comfort (if requested). The Restylane is injected into your skin through a fine needle and massaged so it fills the needed areas. Multiple injections will be needed and followed by a cold, gentle compress to control swelling. Each Restylane product is administered the same way but on different areas of the face according to your specific needs and aesthetic goals.
What to Expect
When your Restylane injections are complete, you can return to work. Your recovery will depend on what is being treated so talk to your injector about what to expect. The injection sites will appear slightly red and swollen, but this usually goes away in a few hours. Bruising can be a factor, but this can usually be concealed with makeup. It is recommended that you avoid exercise for 24 hours, and you should sleep upright for the first night. Most patients will notice some improvements immediately after treatment, but it may take 1 – 2 weeks before the final results appear. Restylane injections often last up to a year, depending on the exact product used.
Restylane filler looks lovely
Rejuvenate your face with nonsurgical cosmetic injections of Restylane to fill in lines and wrinkles or add volume to create a softer, glowing appearance. Call our Katy, League City, Pearland, or Sugar Land, TX office for your consultation.
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