Youthful Skin & Lips to Die for with Dermal Fillers & Injectables at Prime Med Spa! Restylane and Juvéderm Fillers Performed By Certified Master Injectors in San Diego
Unless you’ve discovered the fountain of youth (or hit the genetic jackpot), you’re probably starting to notice the signs of aging appear on your face. Whether its fine lines across your forehead, deep folds creasing the space between your nose and mouth, or a loss of plumpness in your once kissable lips, it can be jarring to glance in the mirror and see a reflection that looks years older than you feel.
If you’ve done your research, you know there are many types of dermal fillers on the market that promise the age-defying look you want. At Prime Med Spa, we carry Restylane and Juvéderm products to ensure the safety of our patients and to provide them with natural, gorgeous results. Each product in this collection is formulated with a modified form of hyaluronic acid to add volume and softness to the face for a look that’s subtle, yet noticeable.
Botox® is the trademark of a medication that is injected in the face to temporarily decrease wrinkles and creases by interfering with the nerve impulses that cause the underlying muscle to contract and cause the wrinkle. These lines and wrinkles are often the result of repeated facial expressions that eventually cause the muscle to remain contracted even when your face is at rest.
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Dysport® is a trademark of a medication that works like Botox. It is injected into the skin to safely interfere with the nerve impulses that cause facial muscles to contract and create wrinkles. These lines and wrinkles often form as a result of repeated facial expressions so that the muscles remain contracted even at rest.
JEUVEAU is another injectable that works like Botox. It can deliver initial results faster than Botox for some people, and has an over 94% satisfaction rate in consumer surveys. JEUVEAU can be a great option for treating your “11’s” – the vertical lines that appear between your eyebrows, and other horizontal forehead wrinkles as well.
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Whether you’ve noticed your lips thinning with age or have always desired a plumper pout, Juvéderm Ultra can give you the soft, kissable lips you want. Juvéderm Ultra is an injectable hyaluronic acid gel designed to reverse the signs of aging by adding fullness to the lips. Most patients only need one Juvéderm Ultra treatment to achieve beautiful fullness in their lips, and results last up to a year.
JUVÉDERM ULTRA PLUS
If you’ve ever considered a facelift but have been turned off by the price, downtime, and risk factors involved, Juvéderm Ultra Plus might be the perfect alternative. Juvéderm Ultra Plus is a thicker version of Juvéderm Ultra and is used to correct severe wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, as well as to replace lost volume in the cheek and temple areas.
Juvéderm Voluma is an injectable gel designed to correct age-related volume loss in the cheeks and restore a youthful appearance. In the clinical study, patients reported looking up to five years younger six months after treatment. Best of all, results with Juvéderm Voluma are long-lasting. It’s the only dermal filler proven to last up to two years in the cheek area. Click here to learn more.
As you get older, your skin loses elasticity, which contributes to laugh lines (also called nasolabial folds or parentheses lines) between your nose and mouth. Juvéderm Vollure is formulated to soften moderate to severe laugh lines to create a smoother, more youthful appearance. Results with Juvéderm Vollure are subtle, natural looking, and last up to 18 months.
As you age, the skin on your face loses collagen and elastin, causing fine, vertical lines to appear around the mouth. Juvéderm Volbella smoothes these wrinkles, also called perioral lines, to subtract years from your appearance. Volbella is also used to fill the under-eye hollowing that occurs with aging. Known as “tear troughs,” under-eye volume loss can create dark circles and make you look tired.
Restylane Lyft is a dermal filler formulated to add volume and lift to various areas of the face. It’s commonly used to enhance cheek contours, smooth smile lines, and rejuvenate the midface. The hyaluronic acid-based gel helps restore youthful volume and structure.
Restylane Contour is a specialized dermal filler designed to enhance and define facial features. It’s often used to augment the chin, jawline, and cheeks, providing a more sculpted and balanced appearance. The product’s smooth gel formulation ensures natural-looking results.
- Restylane Defyne is a dermal filler tailored to address moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. It’s particularly effective in treating smile lines and nasolabial folds. The hyaluronic acid gel is designed to provide flexibility and support, resulting in a soft and natural outcome.
Restylane Kysse is a lip filler designed to enhance lip volume and shape while maintaining a natural feel and movement. It’s a versatile option for achieving soft and youthful lips with improved definition and fullness.
Restylane Refyne is a dermal filler that targets mild to moderate facial wrinkles and lines. It’s often used to address nasolabial folds and marionette lines. The product’s flexible gel formulation ensures a soft and natural look while preserving facial expressions.
Sculptra is a unique injectable treatment that stimulates the body’s collagen production. It’s used to gradually restore volume and firmness to areas experiencing age-related volume loss, such as the cheeks and temples. Sculptra provides a subtle and natural-looking outcome that develops over several months.
DERMAL FILLERS FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What you’ve read is true – dermal fillers can smooth lines and wrinkles to reverse the signs of aging without surgery. However, at the risk of sounding like your mom, it’s important to have a complete understanding of what dermal fillers are as well as the associated risks before letting anyone near your face with a needle. As with all cosmetic procedures, it’s also critical to have total confidence in your chosen professional (hopefully that’s us!). Before scheduling your consultation read through the answers to our most frequently asked questions about dermal fillers.
What are dermal fillers?
Dermal fillers are injectable gels made from hyaluronic acid – a naturally occurring substance in the body that hydrates the skin and acts as a plumping agent. When injected into wrinkles, folds, and other depressions, hyaluronic acid provides instant lift and volume while promoting long-term cell growth and renewal. The result is smoother, younger-looking skin.
Where can dermal fillers be used?
Dermal fillers can be used to smooth lines, wrinkles, and folds in the face, as well as to add volume to the hands and lips. The most commonly treated areas include:
- Nasolabial folds (lines between the nose and corners of the mouth)
- Marionette lines (from the corners of the mouth to the chin)
- Lips (enhance the shape and fullness and/or improve symmetry)
- Cheeks (address mid-facial volume loss for a younger look)
Why choose dermal fillers over a facelift?
Each product in the Juvéderm collection of dermal fillers is designed to address a different area of the face. When used together, dermal fillers can effectively erase the signs of aging without affecting your natural facial expressions. And, because dermal fillers aren’t permanent, you can control your look subtly as you age.
How many treatments will I need?
Most patients see desired results after 2-4 treatment sessions. Each session in spaced at least one month apart.
Are there any risks with dermal fillers?
Side effects are rare, but may include redness, tenderness, swelling, itching, or bruising at the injection sites. Most patients find the side effects to be manageable, and they typically clear up on their own within a week.