Sculptra

How long does it take to see results with Sculptra?

Sculptra is an injectable that is generally used to help revolumize the entire face, not just a specific area. Common areas Sculptra is injected includes the anterior and lateral portions of the cheeks, temples, nasolabial folds, jawline, marionette lines, pre-jowl and chin. What is Sculptra? Sculptra is an FDA-approved synthetic injectable that is used for …

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PODCAST: Sculptra for Facial Rejuvenation

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KSL: An Easy Facial Treatment That Continues To Help You Look Younger

Even if it’s made you wiser, more experienced and more successful than your younger self, aging still gets a bad rap. Sure, you’d never trade the memories and experiences you’ve collected over the years, but you’d probably prefer not to see them written on your face every time you look in the mirror. If sagging …

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The Benefits of Sculptra

Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA) based filler which is very different than other fillers, such as Juvederm and Restylane, that are primarily made of hyaluronic acid. The difference between the types of injectables is that HA products “fill” while Sculptra “stimulates”. The Poly-L-lactic acid in Sculptra stimulates a patients own collagen to reduce the …

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What Is Sculptra?

Dr. Douglas Henstrom, board-certified facial plastic surgeon of Utah Facial Plastics, discusses the use of Sculptra for facial rejuvenation. What is Sculptra? When I discuss the types of fillers, for the right patients there is something called Sculptra. Sculptra is a poly lactic acid. Now what that is is a micronized form of suture material …

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The Best Treatments for Temporal Hollowing

The loss of adipose tissue (or fat) in the face is common with aging can lead to somewhat of a skeletal appearance. One common area patients experience fat lose is in the temporal area. By restoring lost volume in the temples, patients typically look more youthful overall, though others wouldn’t notice any changes. The results …

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