Smooth Away Facial Lines and Wrinkles With Restylane®

No matter how hard you work to look your best, wrinkles, fine lines, and lost facial volume happen to everyone. The result? The skin on your face may not match the age you feel. If you’re ready to smooth away facial lines and wrinkles, the experienced team at Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills can help. 

At our offices in Culver City and Beverly Hills, California, board-certified dermatologists, Vicki Rapaport, MD, and Marvin Rapaport, MD, offer a complete line of dermal fillers to help combat the signs of aging — including FDA-approved Restylane® products. Here’s how they can help rejuvenate your appearance and turn back the hands of time. 

Understanding dermal fillers

Dermal fillers, which are made from gel-like substances, are injected below the surface of your skin to restore lost volume and smooth away fine lines and wrinkles. These cosmetic injectables can be used in different ways to achieve different results. 

Most fillers are made from hyaluronic acid or collagen, both of which your body produces naturally. Adding fillers to your skin care routine is a wonderful way to delay or reverse the aging process and keep your appearance as youthful as possible. 

Hyaluronic acid binds to water molecules and provides lubrication to your eyes, joints, and skin. Because this naturally occurring acid can bind with many times its weight in water, medical professions use it in many therapeutic applications, from joint pain relief to anti-aging fillers. 

Collagen makes up the strong, sturdy fibers in the connective tissues of your body, protecting your organs, keeping your bones and joints strong, and ensuring your nails and hair are healthy. Collagen also helps regenerate the top layer of your skin, repairing damage — including age-related skin changes.  

Because dermal fillers are made using substances your body already produces, they’re safe and effective with few side effects for patients who undergo treatment with medical supervision. 

Understanding Restylane fillers

Before selecting a dermal filler, it’s important to understand that different fillers have different properties. Some last longer than others, and fillers vary in their degree of softness and where they should be applied. 

It’s best to consult with an aesthetic expert, like those at Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills, who can recommend the right filler for you based on your unique skin condition and the areas you’d like to address.  

We customize your dermal filler treatment to help you meet your aesthetic goals, such as plumper lips, erasing wrinkles around your nose and mouth, or minimizing fine lines around your eyes. One of the ways we do this is with FDA-approved Restylane products. 

There are different products in the Restylane family. Each of them can achieve different effects, including:

Dermal fillers, like those in the Restylane family, are technique sensitive, meaning your results depend on the placement of the injectable and the skill of your provider. Be sure to only get fillers from providers who understand how to select the right amount of each filler and ensure the correct placement to achieve the best results possible. 

If you’re ready to smooth away facial lines and wrinkles, contact the skin experts at Rapaport Dermatology of Beverly Hills for a customized treatment plan. Call the office nearest you to schedule a consultation today. 

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