Restylane Lyft Filler Questions and Answers
Restylane Lyft Filler will help improve volume on your hands and face. Talk to our team of leading healthcare professionals at Remedi Med Spa – Botox and Filler Specialists about the benefits of Restylane Lyft Filler. Call us today or visit us online to book an appointment. We have 2 convenient locations in Coronado CA and San Diego CA to serve you.
What is Restylane LYFT?
Restylane Lyft is a hyaluronic acid filler that has been FDA-approved for use on hands and face to provide natural-looking volume. Use of the filler in targeted areas can provide skin with a smoother, fuller appearance, leading to a more youthful-looking complexion. Restylane Lyft uses a hyaluronic acid gel that is injected into the skin to treat wrinkles and correct natural volume loss that causes sagging skin. It is typically used on the cheeks, midface area and the backs of the hands where sagging skin and wrinkles can appear as we age. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in our bodies, making this a safe and effective treatment. It is injected into the face using an ultrafine needle to minimize the appearance of any puncture marks on the skin from the injection. Your doctor or dermatologist can help you determine if Restylane Lyft is a suitable treatment option for your skin and will help you achieve your desired look.
How long does Restylane LYFT last?
Restylane Lyft results will vary by individual based on their reaction to the treatment, how severe or minor their condition is, and the area being treated. The hyaluronic acid gel filler will eventually dissolve and disappear in the body, making the treatment only temporary with repeated treatments required for long-term results. That being said, results will typically last several months with touch up treatments being needed based on the look the patient is trying to achieve from the procedure. For wrinkles and folds like the ones that run from the nose down to the corners of the mouth, results typically last for about six months. When used to add fullness to the cheeks, Restylane Lyft results can last anywhere from two to twelve months. On the back of the hands, Restylane Lyft treatments usually last around six months before additional treatment is needed. It is best to consult with your doctor or dermatologist about Restylane Lyft treatment for your unique skin condition. They will be able to help you determine if this is the right treatment for you and can provide you with the specifics around your treatment plan, including how long you can expect Restylane Lyft results to last.
How much does Restylane Lyft cost?
The cost of a Restylane Lyft treatment will vary on a number of factors unique to each individual procedure. Factors that will determine the cost include the provider doing the injection, the manufacturer of the filer injections, the number of syringes of filler used for the treatment and the size of the treatment area. Restylane Lyft is a non-surgical procedure and is performed in a doctor’s office. This means that there are no additional costs associated with a hospital stay or the need for general anesthetic. Your dermatologist or the medical professional performing the procedure will be able to give you a rough cost estimate prior to your treatment so you don’t get a surprise bill after you’ve had the injections done. Restylane Lyft is considered a cosmetic procedure and therefore is unlikely to be covered by your insurance, meaning you will need to pay for the treatment yourself.
How does Restylane Lyft work?
Restylane Lyft is a hyaluronic acid gel solution that is combined with water and injected into the skin. It works best in cases of moderate to severe wrinkles, as well as folds in the skin. The hyaluronic acid provides a volumizing effect in the areas it is injected into, with almost instant visible results. The effects of the hyaluronic acid filler provide a natural looking lift by pumping up the skin where it may be sagging and providing volume that smooths out wrinkles and fine lines. Our bodies naturally produce hyaluronic acid but as we age, production can slow down.
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