If you are looking for a safe, effective, and nonsurgical way to revitalize skin and enhance your unique features, Restylane can offer an ideal solution!

 

Continue reading to learn all about the different types of Restylane fillers, including how they work and what concerns they can address.

What is Restylane?

 

Restylane is an FDA-approved dermal filler that is injected into soft tissue to add volume, enhance lips, fill-in lines and wrinkles, and correct contour irregularities.

What Are the Different Types of Restylane Fillers?

 

Each product in the Restylane family of fillers is made of hyaluronic acid particles that form a soft, smooth gel. Upon injection, they readily attract and hold moisture to naturally volumize and rejuvenate skin.

 

The product is then gradually metabolized by the body over a period of 6-18 months.

 

Restylane Fillers

 

Restylane

 

Restylane is an excellent filler option for the correction of moderate to severe wrinkles and lines, such as nasolabial folds. It can also enhance lip size, shape, and symmetry.

 

Restylane Lyft

 

Restylane Lyft is a thicker hyaluronic acid gel, which makes it ideal for recontouring cheeks and adding volume to the midface. It is also FDA-approved to address age-related volume loss on the back of hands.

 

Restylane Silk

 

Restylane Silk is comprised of smaller hyaluronic acid particles and recommended for subtle lip enhancement and correction of vertical lip lines.

 

Restylane Refyne and Defyne

 

Restylane Refyne and Defyne are both made with XpresHAn Technology, which enables them to smooth lines and folds, while maintaining natural facial expressions.

 

Refyne is ideal for mild to moderate wrinkles, while Defyne is used to treat deeper wrinkles.

 

Restylane Kysse

 

Kysse is the newest FDA-approved filler to join the Restylane family. It is also constructed with XpresHAn Technology and used to add volume to lips and define lip borders for up to 12 months.

Request a Consult for Restylane Today!

 

If you are considering Restylane fillers, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented injectors.