What is Restylane®?
- Restylane® is safe and natural dermal filler that is made of hyaluronic acid, which is found naturally in the skin.
Who needs Restylane® and why?
- Restylane® is used in more than 3 million treatments in 70 countries to treat and prevent skin folds and wrinkles.
- Restylane® restores volume and fullness to the skin and can be recommended for anyone over the age of 18 with a physician consultation.
How Restylane® works?
- It maintains its shape by using moisture from the body and it dramatically reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The hyaluronic acid is derived from NASHA™, which is a non-animal protein. Unlike rooster-hyaluronic acid and bovine collagen, Restylane® is free from animal products therefore eliminating the risk of animal borne disease and allergic reactions to animal based products. What to expect?
- Restylane® injections are priced as follows: $500 for the first syringe and $450 for each syringe thereafter.
- Please see our newsletter for any specials or package pricing.
- Restylane® last up to 12 months. Results may vary.
Before & after
Safety tips and side effects?
- Swelling and redness can occur, these symptoms will last no more than 7 days. Please avoid exposure to sunlight, UV lamps and extreme cold until redness and swelling subside.
- Do not use Restylane® if you are pregnant or breastfeeding or under the age of 18. Tell your doctor of any food or drug allergies you might have as well as any medications you are currently taking.
- Information obtained at www.restylane.com
Please call the Dermatology Center for Skin Health to schedule a cosmetic consultation or Restylane® appointment today with a board certified Dermatology, Dr. Michele Maouad. (304) 598-3888
Payment options and financing are available with Care Credit. Please call our office or visit their website for more information. www.carecredit.com
Price Two Syringes (at same visit) Restylane 1cc $500.00 $900.00 Restylane 0.5cc $325.00
All information contained in this site is general in nature.
For a specified diagnosis or treatment please consult your dermatologist or physician.