Restylane® in Fayetteville, NC
Restylane® is a family of injectable treatments developed by Galderma, a worldwide leader in skin health committed to flawless aesthetic results. At Fayetteville Plastic Surgery & Cape Fear Aesthetics, we offer a range of Restylane® products to help our patients achieve their cosmetic goals. We welcome patients from Lumberton, Sanford, Fayetteville, and the neighboring areas of North Carolina.
What is Restylane®?
Developed by the reputable and committed team at Galderma, Restylane® is a dermal filler designed to produce beautifully natural results, thanks to its main ingredient: hyaluronic acid. With Restylane® products, patients can achieve natural-looking results that increase facial volume, reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles, lift the cheeks, and even rejuvenate the hands.
What is Restylane® Silk?
Restylane® Silk is a product specifically designed to enhance the lips, increasing volume and smoothing wrinkles around the mouth. This product uses smaller particles of hyaluronic acid to produce stunningly natural-looking results that last up to six months or longer.
What is Restylane® Lyft?
Restylane® Lyft is a versatile product that can rejuvenate both the face and the hands. In the face, it can produce a subtle lift in the cheeks, correcting volume loss. It can also be used to treat wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds or smile lines. In the hands, it can be used to correct volume deficit for a more youthful appearance. The results from Restylane® Lyft are clinically proven to last up to a year or longer.
What is Restylane® Defyne?
Restylane® Defyne is designed to smooth out deep lines and folds in the face, such as nasolabial folds or laugh lines. By using innovative cross-linking technology, this product reliably delivers natural-looking results that preserve your natural expressiveness, preventing a “frozen” appearance.
What is Restylane® Refyne?
Restylane® Refyne uses the same technology as Restylane® Defyne, but is better suited for patients with mild, less severe lines and folds. It also preserves your natural expressiveness so you can feel like yourself after receiving treatment.
How is Restylane® Administered?
Restylane® is administered by making numerous small injections into the desired treatment area. Although this process is typically well-tolerated by patients, we offer a topical anesthetic to minimize any discomfort. A single Restylane® treatment will take approximately 30 minutes.
What is Recovery Like After a Restylane® Treatment?
Restylane® is a minimally-invasive rejuvenation technique that requires no downtime after treatment. Some patients will notice mild swelling or redness after their treatment, but these are just the natural effects of injection. These effects will generally fade on their own within a few days, and should not interfere with your ability to work or perform other normal activities.
What Kind of Results Can I Expect from Restylane®?
After your Restylane® treatment, you will see results immediately. You can enjoy the natural-looking results from treatment for up to six months or longer. The duration of results will vary depending on the Restylane® product used.
How Much Does Restylane® Cost?
At Fayetteville Plastic Surgery & Cape Fear Aesthetics, we try our best to keep our services affordable to our patients. This includes accepting many forms of payment and offering flexible financing options through CareCredit®, United Medical Credit, and Prosper Healthcare Lending. If you are considering Restylane®, we encourage you to schedule a private consultation. During this consultation, one of our providers will assess your cosmetic goals to determine the treatment method that will best satisfy your needs. At this point, we will be able to provide you with a clear breakdown of the costs associated with your treatment.
To learn more about the Restylane® products or treatment process, contact us today. Fayetteville Plastic Surgery & Cape Fear Aesthetics welcomes patients from Lumberton, Fayetteville, Cape Fear, and the nearby communities of North Carolina.