The Fountain of Youth: Restylane Treatments for Facial Wrinkles and Folds

Written by facialsurgery  |  30. September 2004

You laugh, your frown, and you concentrate. And over time, those expressions leave their mark upon your face. Wrinkles between the eyebrows ("frown lines"), between the corner of the mouth and the nose (nasolabial folds), lipstick bleed lines, and "marionette lines" between the corner of the mouth and chin are the inevitable signs of aging that begin in the early fourties and worsen with time. Until today there wasn't a lot you could do about it. Today to treat these lines Injectable Fillers are used to fill them out. Collagen and Restylane are proteins that are used a s fillers for this purpose. Restylane treatment is hyaluronic acid in the form of a crystal clear gel that adds contours and fills depressions to smooth facial wrinkles and folds. Restylane has just recently received FDA approval, but has been used in Canada and Europe for over 5 years. It lasts between 6 and 9 months, and no allergy testing is necessary. Because Restylane is completely natural and contains no animal ingredients, pre-testing for possible allergic reactions is not necessary. Gaining the look you desire is as easy as it is quick. And the results are instantaneous. Dr. Jacono ensures your comfort during treatment by administering a local anesthetic first, much like the kind dentists prefer. During Restylane treatment, the crystal clear gel is injected into the skin in tiny amounts. The gel fills the skin's wrinkles and depressions by plumping it with natural volume brings a rebirth of smoothness to the surface. How long does Restylane treatment last? This depends on individual factors such as your age, skin type and lifestyle. Clinical studies have shown that patients treated with Restylane have experienced a higher degree of satisfaction with the results of Restylane. They frequently report that the smoothing effects last up to one year.

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