What is Sculptra Aesthetic?
Sculptra® Aesthetic is a safe and effective injectable poly-L-lactic acid that works as a facial volumizing agent to restore lost volume, resulting in a more youthful appearance. It is a biocompatible, FDA approved filler that provides a gradual, yet significant improvement in reducing the appearance of facial lines and folds as well as builds thickness back into the skin.
How Long Will Sculptra Last?
Unlike other fillers on the market today, Sculptra’s response is slow and builds over time instead of degrading over months. The results are a more natural look that may last up to two years.
Where is Sculptra® Aesthetic used?
Sculptra Aesthetic can be used to rectify shallow to deep facial fold and wrinkles, areas that have experienced excessive fat loss, and deep hollows and depressions. The most common areas that can be treated include the cheeks, chin, temples, nasolabial folds, and mid-face. For safety reasons, Sculptra is not used around the eyes or around the mouth.
Who Can Benefit Sculptra® Aesthetic?
Many people that exercise regularly or are in great shape can lose a lot fullness or fat in their face. This is someone that would represent the ideal patient for Scottsdale Sculptra® Aesthetic. This treatment can also be a nice stepping stone or alternative to a face lift.
What Will The Sculptra® Aesthetic Treatment Be Like?
During your consultation with Dr. Bonillas, he and his staff will assist you in developing an individualized plan that will best suit your cosmetic goals. Sculptra® Aesthetic we be administered through multiple tiny injections into the skin. To make you comfortable during the procedure, Dr. Bonillas and his staff may administer local anesthetic to the area you are looking to have treated, as well as ice following your procedure. Massaging the treated areas and returning to exercise immediately after are both critical to the success of the product.
How Long Does Sculptra® Aesthetic Last?
Sculptra Aesthetic is the first facial injectable with results that can last up to 2 years* after your last treatment. (*Individual results may vary.)