Restylane SUBQ Lidocaine ®™ Description
Restylane SUBQ Lidocaine ®™ is transparent dermal filler of hyaluronic acid of non-animal origin. It is designed to add volume to facial tissues and restore the symmetry of the face.
Features of Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine
Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine contains the hyaluronic acid, which moisturizes and hydrates the skin while adding plumpness, and 0.3% lidocaine that enhances the comfort during the treatment.
Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine is the most intensive procedure offered by manufacturer, because of the hyaluronic acid used in the SUBQ ™ line has a lot more molecules than other Restylane ® dermal fillers.
Benefits of Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine
Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine has many benefits that include:
- Face and jaw lift
- Softer and firmer skin
- Restoring cheek and chin areas, and face symmetry
- Reducing mouth and nose lines
- Enhancing face shape without plastic surgery
- Painless and comfortable treatment procedure
Duration of the Effect of Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine
There are many factors, which can change its duration, such as an age, lifestyle, and skin type. Product placement is also one of the main factors. Clinical trials have shown that on average the effect can last over 12 months. Since the hyaluronic acid is fully biodegradable, for longer lasting results it is recommended the additional touch up sessions to keep the effect of the treatment.
Side Effects of Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine
After the treatment there may be some negative effects, such as pain, tenderness, bruising, swelling, redness or discoloration. On rare occasion, it can evolve urticaria, granuloma or superficial necrosis.
These effects, usually resolve within two or three days. In case of continuing contact your doctor.
How to Use Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine
Restylane ® SUBQ ™ Lidocaine should be injected into the superficial fascia of the dermis or supraperiosteally (local infiltration) inside the mouth.
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Please take into consideration that this information serves solely as a guide and reference. For more professional consultation please contact a specialist.