Looking to erase smile lines or fill in acne scarring?
We specialize in achieving, restoring, and maintaining beauty through science. Scientific research has shown that products containing bioactive ingredients which interact with living tissues, like Restylane® and Perlane®, can benefit damaged and aging skin. The hyaluronic acid in Restylane® is almost identical to that produced naturally in all living things. Your body’s concentration of hyaluronic acid declines with age, causing some areas of your face and hands to appear hollow or sunken.
Restylane® injections helps restore your skin to a more youthful shape and volume. Dr. Berger recommends Restylane® to soften smile lines, fill in acne scars, correct asymmetrical features, or add volume to your lips and hands.
Restylane® treatment takes approximately 30 minutes to perform. Most people find the treatment relatively painless, but you may notice a slight pricking sensation during the injection. Depending on the area you’re treating, a topical or numbing injection may be available. Reactions to Restylane® are rare, but mild side effects may include swelling, tenderness, pain, itching, and discomfort around the injection site. Minor bruising may occur and disappear within a few days.
How long Does Restylane® Last?
You can expect to see immediate visible changes, and the results may be long lasting depending on factors like skin structure and age. Most people choose to repeat Restylane® injection treatments every six months. We also offer a variety of other longer lasting wrinkle filler treatments to achieve your facial rejuvenation goals.
Please contact our Fort Lauderdale office or call 954-202-7899 today to schedule your Restylane® consultation. Dr. David Mishkin serves patients in and around Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Frequently Asked Questions
The Restylane family of products can be used to add volume and fullness to the skin to correct moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, including the lines from your nose to the corners of your mouth (nasolabial folds or laugh lines), the area just below the nose and above the upper lip; the corners of the mouth; and marionette lines—the area that extends downward from the corners of the mouth to the jawline.