Dermal Fillers are commonly used to 'fill up the dermis,' or pump up the volume of the skin, to achieve better contours and reduce wrinkles and lines. To combat the effects and tell-tale signs of aging, these dermal fillers are injected into affected areas of the facial skin to erase creases and restore a youthful appearance.
Making an appointment with the Board Certified experts at Dr. Shelton's office in Manhattan is about the wisest move you can make if your reflection has been troubling or distressing you. At the New York Aesthetic Consultants LLP, they take your skin concerns seriously.
Restylane™ is an FDA approved dermal filler that you can select to use for treatment of crow's feet, forehead lines and orbital troughs around the eyes, lips, or folds around the facial region. This dermal filler is a hyaluronic acid which is not animal based.
Since Restylane™ has no anesthetic content, your doctor will use a local anesthetic to eliminate the mild discomfort you might experience from the injection. Plan to spend around 30 minutes or more at the doctor's office for your Restylane™ treatment.
When your doctor has identified the injection points and the quantity of Restylane™ to be administered, he or she will use an antiseptic to prepare your face. When injected under the skin, the acid content in the filler sticks to the skin while also attracting the water, which produces the volume.
The other advantage of Restylane™ is that it has a fast recovery period, making it a convenient option. You can be back to your regular routine within two or three days. Results of the treatment can be seen within seven days and it will last for as long as six months.
*Results may vary
Ask Dr. Shelton
Q: Is there a limit in years as to how long I can have filler, such as Restylane™ or Juvederm™, injected in my face?
A: There is no problem to continually have filler injected in the face. Once it wears off after the last treatment, there is no problem with doing a face lift. Perlane™, sculptra™, Restylane™, Juvederm™, Radiesse™ dissolve and don't produce restrictions from having other procedures.
Restylane Before and After New York - I had a scar that was injected with Restylane™, but it didn't lift up without lifting the edge as well, and now looks like an egg. What happened?
Restylane Injections New York - I had Restylane™ injected recently and now my primary care doctor needs me to take a water pill for my blood pressure. Will this interfere with my great result from the Restylane™?
NY Restylane - If I have an allergy to collagen fillers can I still have Juvederm™?
Restylane NY - I used to have collagen injections for my deep lines around the mouth called laugh lines, but I had developed an allergy to the collagen. I was told it was because the collagen had come from cow's skin. It has been many years since my last treatment and I look so much worse. Would injecting Juvederm™ or Restylane™ be safe for me?
NYC Restylane - I am 40 years old and notice that smile creases are deepening. I don't want a face lift. What can be done?
Restylane Side Effects New York - Can I have a filler replaced the day after hyaluronidase is injected to dissolve the filler I just had by a different doctor? My lips are too big.
Restylane Reviews New York - If I had fat injections three months ago and love the volume of my cheeks, but see a need still for injections of my tear trough which wasn't injected with fat, can I have Restylane injected now?
Restylane Results in New York - My doctor injected Restylane into my smile folds but one looks weird when I smile. It was done a week ago and is not getting better. Can this be improved?
Restylane Injection - I tend to get allergies in the Spring. Would I increase my chances of having lumps from Restylane injections to fill my cheeks?
Restylane Benefits New York - I have had Restlane here in the States but I read about people having fillers from Europe that last longer. Should I find a doctor here that uses some of those products or should I go to Europe?