There are lots of dermal fillers available on the market today, so it’s difficult to stand out from the crowd. However, when you’ve got a filler as unique as Versa™ by Revanesse®, standing out becomes much easier. Versa™ trumps the competition by offering less swelling immediately after injection and the ability to use it on several different facial areas. Versa™ contains no animal products of any kind. The proprietary formula and innovative manufacturing process ensure consistency and the highest-quality product possible. Read More
If you’ve made the decision to get Botox® or a dermal filler, you’re undoubtedly excited about the prospect of younger, tighter, and more voluminous skin. But, you’re probably also worried about not doing the right things before and after the procedure in order to get the best results possible.
Well, worry no more! Check out our guide to pre and post-treatment instructions for Botox® and dermal fillers, and walk in your appointment with the confidence and knowledge you need to take care of your skin and make your results last as long as possible. Read More
Hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers like Restylane® and Juvederm® boast many youth-preserving benefits, from smoothing facial lines to restoring lost volume. But, did you know that these fillers also actually stimulate your body’s own collagen production?
That’s right… fillers aren’t just occupying empty space! Not only do they stimulate collagen production, but they do so robustly according to a study published in 2007 in the Archives of Dermatology. Researchers were shocked when they realized just how much new collagen was present in areas where fillers were injected within just a couple of months after treatment. Read More
The eye area is one of the most delicate areas of the face. The skin is thinner and more sensitive around the eyes, as well as more vulnerable to signs of aging. Hollows under the eyes can give the face a tired, aging appearance, even after a restful night’s sleep. So, many people seek out cosmetic treatments to rejuvenate the under-eye area.
Dermal fillers and PRP are both injectable treatments to rejuvenate the skin. Dermal fillers work by plumping the skin with a hyaluronic acid solution. PRP (platelet-rich plasma) is derived from the patient’s own blood and works by stimulating the skin’s natural repair process. Read More
The nose is a common focus of cosmetic treatments. Size, symmetry, and shape of the nose
can all impact the look of the entire face. So if there’s an aspect of your nose that you would like to change, there are multiple treatments to consider. But did you know that it’s possible to fix nose imperfections without surgery? Read More
Dermal fillers are an advanced solution to aging skin. For wrinkles, fine lines, and lost volume in the face, dermal fillers can help you achieve a more youthful look without the need for cosmetic surgery. But did you know that dermal fillers can also effectively help patients rebuild the structure in the face?
As a non-invasive cosmetic treatment for signs of aging, dermal fillers show remarkable results for patients of all skin types. Let’s learn more about how dermal fillers can help you regain facial structure for a radiant appearance. Read More
Dermal fillers and Botox have been the gold standard for adding volume and reducing wrinkles for over a decade, but have you considered using the two together? Combining Juvederm Ultra and Botox in one treatment session can give you some excellent results that you can’t achieve with one or the other alone.
What Juvederm Ultra Does
Juvederm Ultra is a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that is appropriate for use in the cheeks, mouth, and lips. The dermal filler smooths out fine lines and wrinkles in the nasolabial folds (laugh or frown lines) and the lips and mouth. While the dermal filler plumps the skin to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles in these areas, it does not prevent the lines and wrinkles from coming back but does help build collagen. Results may vary but typically lasts for about a year. Read More
When you are just starting to see the signs of aging, it can be confusing looking at all of the available anti-aging treatments. One of the go-to treatments for those just starting to see lines and wrinkles are neurotoxin injections such as Botox. While Botox is well known in the cosmetic world, its two competitors are not as well known. Here are the differences between them and how to choose the right one for you.
What They Are
All three of these injectables—Botox, Dysport, and Xeomin—have the same active ingredient. All three of these injectables use a neurotoxin to completely relax the muscles in the targeted area. The relaxation of the muscles lasts some time, which gives the skin a chance to recover while the folding of the skin is not occurring. Read More
The Restylane line of dermal fillers offers multiple formulations to suit a variety of needs. All of the Restylane fillers feature hyaluronic acid, a naturally-occurring molecule in the body. Hyaluronic acid provides moisture and elasticity to the skin for a youthful, radiant glow.
At Ultimate Image Cosmetic Medical Center in Clearwater, Florida, we offer a full range of Restylane cosmetic treatments. Here, we’ll cover the difference between five Restylane fillers so that you can find the best option for you.
Restylane is the original hyaluronic acid dermal filler in this line. It’s designed to add volume and fullness to the skin to minimize the appearance of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds. Additionally, Restylane is an FDA-approved treatment for lip enhancement. Read More
Dermal fillers are an increasingly popular cosmetic treatment for a wide variety of skin concerns, but with a large range of different fillers available today it can be tricky to find the perfect one for you. Here, we’ll cover the first three steps to take in choosing the right dermal filler for you.
Step 1: Decide what skin concern(s) you want to address.
Generally speaking, dermal fillers smooth, plump, and lift the skin, making it appear more youthful, but different dermal fillers are appropriate for different areas of the face and body. You should select a dermal filler based on the specific area that you want treated. Read More