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The Restylane family of products includes Restylane, Restylane-L, Perlane, and Perlane-L. These products can be used to add volume and fullness to the skin to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds.
Restylane products including Restylane, Restylane-L, Perlane, and Perlane-L create natural volume to eradicate deep facial wrinkles and folds within the face. Nasolabial folds are the lines starting at the corner of the nose ending at the corners of the mouth. By plumping up the volume of the face, these folds are ironed out seamlessly.
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Buy Restylane Perlane Lidocaine. Restylane is the trade name for a range of injectable fillers with a specific formulation of non-animal source hyaluronic acid (HA). In the United States, Restylane was the first hyaluronic acid filler to be approve by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for cosmetic injection into subdermal facial tissues. Restylane is produce by Q-Med.
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Restylane is most commonly use for lip enhancement (volume and contouring). It is used to diminish wrinkles and aging lines of the face such as the nasolabial folds (nose to mouth lines) and melomental folds (sad mouth corners). It may also be use for filling aging-related facial hollows and “orbital troughs” (under and around the eyes), as well as for cheek volume and contouring of the chin, lips and nose. Where to Buy Restylane Perlane Lidocaine.
A treatment with a dermal filler like Restylane. Can cause some temporary bruising in addition to swelling and numbness for a few days. In rare cases there has been reports of lumps or granulomas. These side effects can be easily reversed with a treatment of hyaluronidase, which is an enzyme that speeds up the natural degradation of the injected hyaluronic acid filler.
Several studies have been done to understand the long-term side effects of restylane and other hyaluronic acid fillers. In certain cases, the filler results in a granulomatous foreign body reaction.
Even though side effects are rare Restylane should not be used in or near areas where there is or has been skin disease, inflammation or related conditions. Restylane is not advisable in pregnant or breast-feeding women.
Most injectors inject the filler with a small needle under the skin. Numbing creams or injections decrease pain.
A new way to use Restylane was describe in the August 2007 issue of the Journal of Drugs in Dermatology by Dutch cosmetic doctor Tom van Eijk, whose “fern pattern” injection technique aims to restore dermal elasticity rather than to fill underneath the wrinkles.
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