Perlane Restylane Injections For Facial Rejuvenation
July 24, 2014
At Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery, we use skin care injectables and fillers that are the best and most effective products to restore vitality to any patients face. All too often, women sulk about the wrinkles and folds around their lips without realizing there is a non-invasive and affordable solution to their angst. The Restylane® family of injectable gels are formulated to act as a natural wrinkle reducer and hyaluronic acid producer.
Dr. Ali Mosharrafa and Dr. Tamir Mosharrafa are not the only team members at Mosharrafa Plastic Surgery. Our licensed aesthetician is skilled in slowing down the aging process and reversing age-related signs on the skin. Using only clinically approved treatments, we offer services to protect the health and beauty of patients natural skin.
Restylane® is a gel made from hyaluronic acid, a chemical that is found naturally in the skin and is used to reduce facial wrinkles and folds while adding fullness to the lips. The injections are used at the corners of the mouth and lips, and can also be applied to the nasolabial folds and frown lines. The results of Restylane® injections should last between 6 and 12 months.
Perlane®, also containing hyaluronic acid, works by breaking down skin enzymes. This clear gel is injected into facial folds and wrinkles to smooth the skin and maintain volume for up to 6 months. According to research, up to 75 percent of patients who used just one Perlane® treatment maintained the facial effects for 6 months!
Both Restylane® and Perlane® are non-animal based products that are safe and free of animal protein. To determine if Restylane® of Perlane® is right for you, schedule a consultation with us today and we will help you make the right choice for your treatment!
If you wish to set up a consultation with one of our surgeons, please do not hesitate to call us at our Phoenix location. We are easily accessible and here to help. Call us now at (602) 513-8133.
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