Restore facial volume, while helping your body rebuild loss collagen and help reverse the visible signs of aging.
culptra is an injectable treatment that helps treat the visible signs of aging and replace lost collagen. This poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) collagen stimulator not only helps to restore volume to the face and smooth out wrinkles or creases, but addresses the underlying cause of facial aging. Sculptra can also be used for large-volume corrections of facial fat loss.
Sculptra injections work deep in the dermis to help revitalize collagen production, and restore your skin’s inner volume and structure, resulting in a youthful, natural-looking appearance. After treatment, results will appear gradually and can last up to two years.
- Deep Lines
- Fat Loss
What to expect
Numbing may be applied prior to treatment. Your Nurse Injector will use a small needle to inject the Sculptra into the treated areas.
What to expect
After treatment you may experience swelling which typically subsides within a few days. Wrinkles may temporarily reappear after the swelling as the collagen replacement process continues. Results will be noticeable within the first few weeks after each treatment session.
How soon after treatment can I wear makeup?
Typically, makeup may be applied a few hours after treatment. We recommend following the post-care instructions provided by your service provider.
What is the difference between Sculptra and filler?
Traditional fillers are liquid or gel substances that are injected to add volume or smooth out wrinkles/lines in the face. These results are immediate, however they do not stimulate the body to replace collagen.
Sculptra works deep under the skin to gradually replace the collagen that has been lost. This corrects skin creases, wrinkles, folds and scars. Results will emerge over a period of a few weeks following treatment can last up to two years.
Are there any side effects?
Sculptra has been used worldwide since 1999 is made up of poly-L-lactic acid which is absorbed naturally by the body and has been used for years in dissolvable stitches. Side effects can include slight pain at the injection site, redness, bruising, tenderness, itching, lumps, or swelling. Side effects will vary depending on the person and treatment, but typically subside within a few days.