Perlane vs Restylane in Tampa and St Petersburg

Anne Hermann, MD

Perlane vs Restylane are similar products with two significant differences and are offered in the offices of Dr. Hermann in Tampa and St. Petersburg, FL.

Cosmetic fillers have what is called a “G prime” factor which means that they remain the same shape after injection.  Both Perlane and Restylane are considered middle “G prime” fillers.  The main difference between the two is that Perlane is more volumizing than Restylane which makes it the better choice for cheeks.  Both fillers are FDA approved and are made of Hyralonic acid. Both fillers can be dissolved with a solution to make them reversible, if necessary.

What areas of the face are Perlane and Restylane used?

Perlane and Restylane are FDA approved to correct nasolabial folds and are often used under the eyes, around the mouth and jaw line and in the cheeks.

How long do Perlane and Restylane fillers last?

Restylane last approximately 12 months whereas Perlane lasts around 18 months.

The providers of aesthetic medicine services in the offices of Anne Hermann, M.D., P.A. are the best in the entire Tampa Bay area. They combine to offer you over 25 years of experience with aesthetic medicine.  To schedule your appointment, call (813) 902-9559.

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