Restylane Defyne

What is
Restylane Defyne

As we age, our skin begins to lose elasticity, leading to sagginess, wrinkles, and folds. Skin aging can also be exacerbated by external factors, such as exposure to UV or other damaging agents. There are many ways to combat the signs of aging, from skin-tightening creams all the way to invasive surgery. The best way to combat wrinkles, however, is to attack the problem at the source and combat the loss of collagen and reduce skin elasticity. Contact us today to see what Restylane Defyne can do for you.

One of the more effective anti-wrinkle products on the market is dermal fillers, which are injectable treatments that plump up the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. Restylane Defyne is a dermal filler that contains hyaluronic acid, one of the most important factors in skin elasticity. The filler helps replenish skin volume which in turn reduces the appearance of marionette lines, nasolabial folds, wrinkles and other signs of aging.

When you schedule your appointment at NEOSkin Center in Hudson, OH, your Provider will first provide you with additional information about dermal fillers and conduct a brief interview to make sure that you’re a suitable candidate for the treatment.
 
The treatment itself is relatively quick, taking between fifteen minutes to half an hour, depending on your specific needs. The specialist will inject the filler with a very fine needle into the relevant areas to target wrinkles and other signs of aging. Once the filler has been injected, the specialist will shape the filler to ensure that it is optimally placed to give the best results possible.

Most people who are in good health and are concerned about their skin’s appearance are suitable candidates for dermal fillers. However, people with known allergies to any of the ingredients of the dermal filler or women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should avoid having the treatment. Some medications may also react with the ingredients in the dermal filler, so make sure to let our NEOSkin Center Provider know about any medication that you are taking before the procedure begins.