Dermal fillers have become famous for their ability to immediately add lift and volume to the face, from smoothing away wrinkles to reversing midface volume loss. Many fillers utilize hyaluronic acid and other formulas to deliver these instant results that last between six months and two years before fading. Another dermal filler, Sculptra, recently hit the market and has attracted a loyal following by taking a different path to youthfulness.
How Is Sculptra Different?
LIke other fillers, Sculptra is an FDA approved formula injected into the face in small amounts. But rather than hyaluronic acid, it is made of poly-L-lactic acid, or PLLA, which is a synthetic form of the lactic acid naturally found in the body’s muscles after exercise.It is approved to add volume to areas of the face that have become hollow, boney, undefined, and wrinkled due to age.
This is the perfect solution for women looking for a gentle, natural, and subtle facial enhancement. Sculptra works slowly to increase the body’s own production of collagen as the Sculptra itself gradually diminishes. This allows Sculptra to effectively add volume to the face and fill grooves, hollows, and wrinkles while also revitalizing the body’s natural production of collagen. When Sculptra breaks down after about two years, the skin will retain its youthful glow thanks to all of that new collagen.
Sculptra differentiates itself by offering results that truly last. It is an excellent anti-aging solution that works infinitely better than collagen creams, collagen supplements, and other inefficient techniques. Dr. Hermann at Hermann Aesthetics & Wellness is a master injector who can work with you to identify the signs of aging on your face that you would like to soften or eliminate. With Dr. Hermann’s help, you can receive a customized Sculptra treatment that will help you look and feel younger over the years, not older. Call today in Tampa at (813) 902-9559, or in St. Petersburg at (727) 278-3992 to schedule your first appointment and wipe years from your appearance.