Restylane Lip Plumper
misspelled as Restalyne, Restylane is a filler made of stabilized hyaluronic
acid found naturally in human tissue.
It is the newest FDA approved injectable filler, and, as it is non animal, removes
the need for skin testing.
The injection is painless, and effects should last for six months.
Treatment takes between 10 to 30 minutes.
Typical uses of Restylane
Crows feet, Smile lines, Eye wrinkles, Acne
Restylane is one of a class of skin treatment products called Dermal fillers.
Brand names are (Bio-Alcamid®, Hydrafill®, Hylaform®, Juvederm®,
Radiesse®, Restylane®, Sculptra®, Silskin®)
Restylane is derived from the body's own hyaluronic acid
Typical user comments:
"I just had restylane for the first time and it did everything
I would have hoped."
Restylane Cost is approximately $600 to $850 per shot
Results, Swollen Lip, Swelling lip, Plump Lip
a pivotal study, conducted at six medical centers in the United States, 138 patients
with naso-labial folds were injected with Restylane on one side of the face
and Zyplast, a bovine collagen
product, on the other side of the face. Most of the patients were caucasian
women who did not smoke and had minimal previous sun exposure.
The effects of restyline showed that, six months after treatment, the
effects of Restylane and Zyplast as wrinkle fillers were comparable.
Patients stated that within 2 weeks of the first treatment, the Restylane
treated side had a lower incidence of severe redness (5.1% vs. 5.8) and an
increased incidence of severe bruising (3.6% vs. 0.7%), severe swelling (3.6%
vs. 1.4%), severe pain (3.6% vs. 1.4%), and severe tenderness (2.9% vs. 1.4%)
compared with the Zyplast
treated side. These incidents were less on follow up injections for both products.
Common misspellings: Restalyne, Restilyne, Restilin, Restelin, restalin , restilane,
restlane ,restlayne, restylene, restylin , restyline
Reference Sites: www.restylaneusa.com
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