If fine lines and wrinkles make you self-conscious, some simple aesthetic solutions are within reach. At Genesis Medical in Tustin, California, experienced medical providers use non-invasive Restylane® injectables to tighten and tone your skin and take years off your appearance. Call to learn more or use the online scheduler today.
Restylane is a noninvasive hyaluronic acid anti-aging filler that reduces fine lines and wrinkles and restores lost volume in your face and hands. Numerous Restylane products are available, including:
Your provider discusses the various Restylane products with you to find one that best matches your individual needs.
Hyaluronic acid found in Restylane products is naturally present in your skin. It helps to keep the skin hydrated and plump.
If Restylane is right for you, your aesthetician cleans your skin and may give you a topical anesthetic to numb the area. The filler itself might contain a mild anesthetic to minimize discomfort during and after the injections. A Restylane treatment may take about 15-45 minutes, depending on the areas treated.
After Restylane injections, you’ll probably notice results immediately but might also experience:
These side effects are temporary and should subside within a few days or weeks. You can resume normal daily activities right away, but your provider might recommend you avoid strenuous exercise the day of your procedure.
Cosmetic results from Restylane injections can last 6-18 months or longer, depending on the areas treated. You might require a touchup treatment several weeks after the initial injections to achieve optimal results.
When you’re ready to look years younger with fewer lines and wrinkles and restored facial volume, call Genesis Medical today or book an appointment online.
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