Restylane-L | Culver City
Restylane is excellent for persons seeking to build up volume in their face with a natural feeling dermal filler. Restylane treats varying degrees of volume loss, sagging, wrinkles, nasolabial folds (lines extending from the corners of the mount to the nose), and marionette lines (lines extending from the chin to the corners of the mouth).
Areas Restylane-L Can Be Used For
- Under the Eyes
- Marionette Lines
- Smile Lines and Corners of the Mouth
How Long Will Restylane-L Last?
Restylane has been shown to display improvements for up to one year following treatment. One study by RestylaneUSA showed 95% of patients experiencing improvement up to 18 months later.
Following one year, we recommend scheduling an additional session of Restylan treatment for best outcomes.
A patient’s metabolism and level of activeness affects how long results may last. Smoking and exercise has shown to reduce duration of results.
Restylane is made using hyaluronic acid, which is naturally made in your own body. Hyaluronic acid dermal fillers are the safest fillers on the market and are 100% reversible if the patient chooses to do so.
Restylane is composed of hyaluronic acid, a sugar produced naturally by the body, and is among the safest dermal fillers available. It is also 100% reversible if there is a change of heart.
Restylane-L Side Effects
Patients may experience mild side effects such as redness, itching, bruising, tenderness, and swelling at the areas of injection. This is normal and most side effects subside within 2-4 weeks.
Patients have reported feeling moderate side effects associated with the treatment that usually diminish within two to four weeks. Side effects include itching, redness, bruising, feeling tender, and swelling at sites of injection.
Following the procedure, most everyone is able to return to their regular activities.
We recommend that you avoid scratching the area around the injection as well as refraining from exercise and direct exposure to sunlight for one to two days after being treated.