Sculptra – The Secret for A Long Lasting Face Lift
The truth is, the liquid facelifts using fillers like Restylane, Perlane, Juvederm Ultra and Radiesse were developed to last up to a year in which the results slowly fade away. However, Sculptra is the secret for a longer lasting facelift. Sculptura is an injectable filler that lasts longer than many of the others typically used in a liquid facelift. Once Sculptra is injected, results are typically visible for up to twenty-five months, which is twice as long as the other liquid facelift.
Sculptra is an injectable filler that stimulates your own collagen to plump, invigorate and tighten the entire face. During your Sculptra procedure, a filler will be injected into your face. Over the next three months, you will see that your face appears to be aging in reverse or anti-aging. This actually is Sculptra stimulating your own collagen production to fill the hollows, lines and folds of your face.
The process of Sculptra is very different Restylane, Perlane and Juvederm Ultra used for liquid facelifts. Dr. Kane requires his patients to commit to two full sessions of Sculptra injections, performed six weeks apart. Multiple sessions are scheduled to keep up the collagen building process.
For more information about Sculptra, Dr. Dean Kane is presenting The Sculptra Secret Talk on Thursday, May 23rd
, 2013 from 1:00 to 2:00 in his Baltimore Center for Cosmetic Surgery in Pikesville, MD. There will be FREE consultations to follow to help you determine if Sculptra is right for you. Make sure to reserve your seat by RSVP at 410-602-3322
and request your Free Consultation to follow the TALK. To learn more about Sculptra, be sure to visit www.DrDeanKane.sweans.org and see for yourself the incredible results of Sculptra.
To learn more about all your facial and skin peel options in Baltimore, contact the Center for Cosmetic Surgery & MediSpa. Call us at410.602.3322
or request an appointment
online with Dr. Dean Kane. He and Lauri Kane look forward to welcoming you to their office onReservoir Circle in Baltimore, serving Delaware, the Eastern Shore and southern Pennsylvania as well as Maryland communities like Annapolis