Restylane

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Facial movements allow us to laugh, smile, and demonstrate emotion. However, time, heredity, sun exposure and lifestyle cause these natural contractions of facial muscles to eventually create permanent lines and wrinkles that age the face.

restylane-logoSoftening these facial wrinkles and restoring their natural volume can reverse these signs of aging. If you want to bring back a youthful contour and reduce the creases and lines on your face without surgery, injection therapy with soft tissue fillers directly into your skin can restore a youthful, fresh look to your face.

What Is Restylane

Restylane is injectable filler made from hyaluronic acid; a natural substance found in our bodies. It contains no animal proteins, so the risk of allergic reactions is eliminated. Dr. Seare uses Restylane to improve surface facial wrinkles, recessed scars, and nasolabial folds, better known as laugh lines. It is well-suited for plumping thin lips and for enhancing facial contours. Injection with Restylane only takes a few moments in most cases, although lip augmentation or reduction of deep scars may require multiple injections.

Is Restylane Right For Me?

Soft tissue rejuvenation is a good option if you are physically healthy, a non-smoker, and have a positive, realistic attitude about how you want to improve your appearance. It is quick, safe, and effective. Although Restylane skin rejuvenation will not stop the aging process, it works immediately to reduce the lines and marks of age, giving your face a more youthful, refreshed appearance that will last for six months or longer.

Benefits of Restylane

  • Results can be seen instantly and last for one year.
  • Achieve a natural looking result that does not affect facial expression.
  • The most scientifically documented hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler in the world.
  • Comprehensive studies back its safety and efficacy.
  • Resembles the body’s own hyaluronic acid, which reduces the risk of allergic reaction.