Why Do Cosmetic Surgeons Love Sculptra?
Metro Detroit area men and women seeking a long-lasting filler option to treat moderate to deep wrinkles may be candidates for Sculptra, an injectable treatment comprised of poly-L-lactic acid. Not only does it soften and smooth the surface layer of the skin, it helps to increase skin thickness and laxity by producing a natural result for patients with facial lipoatrophy. Bloomfield cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Zuliani, is a fan of Sculptra because of the lasting effects it provides his patients. In fact, clinical studies have shown that the outcomes from Sculptra can last up to two years, even after just the first treatment session. Safe and effective for most skin types, Sculptra erases lines and softens wrinkles for a youthful, glowing appearance.
What is Sculptra Filler Used For?
Some common areas treated with Sculptra injections include: Adding more volume to hollowing temples and skin depressions. Lifting, contouring and defining the cheek area. Diminishing nasolabial folds or smile lines. These are the lines extending from the corners of the mouth to the nose. Smoothing marionette lines which extend vertically down the chin from the corners of the mouth. Decrease chin dimples and/or other imperfections around the chin.
How Long Does Sculptra Filler Last?
Sculptra works gradually and subtly to produce a more youthful appearance over time. Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers, it improves the inner structure of your skin and helps restore facial volume that has been lost to aging by stimulating your skin’s own natural collagen production. It is a one-time treatment, typically consisting of three injection session over a period of several months. Results can last up to two years.
Sculptra Filler Cost
Sculptra filler cost is comparable to most other dermal fillers. The average cost of Sculptra is about $750-3000 per treatment session, which is comparable to the costs of most other dermal fillers. Patients may need up to six sessions to achieve their goals.
What are the side effects of Sculptra?
Sculptra is approved by the FDA and has a long history of safety worldwide since 1999. Sculptra uses poly-L-lactic acid that the human body naturally produces and has been used for general sutures for many years. Reported side effects include subtle pain, bruising, swelling or redness, bruising, and a few others. Bumps have sometimes occurred when applying pressure to the injected area. Please consult our team if any of these side effects concern you.
Individuals who wish to soften and decrease facial lines and wrinkles gradually may be candidates for Sculptra. The most common age to receive Sculptra® injections is between ages 30-55, however it is also common for patients who are younger and older than this range to receive injections.
Sculptra is different from other fillers because the results usually last up to 2 years. Sculptra is the only long lasting filler to improving the shape and look of the face, and the results appear gradually without a dramatic immediate change.
Where Do I Get Injected?
Sculptra is injected directly into the face, and helps restore chin wrinkles, lines surrounding the mouth, and the deep lines between the nose and mouth.
Why do Cosmetic Surgeons LOVE Sculptra?
Because Sculptra produces natural, long lasting results, it’s a top go-to with cosmetic surgeons. The procedure is simple, fast, and in the hands of a skilled cosmetic surgeon it creates beautiful results. Ready to see a new, refreshed you? Contact us today!