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Do you look in the mirror and dream of fuller, more luscious lips? Do you wish you could restore a little pucker to your pout that has slowly disappeared with age? Whether you were born with thin lips, have lips that don’t quite match, or they have thinned out and formed wrinkles with age, dermal fillers like Restylane Silk can help restore fullness or add dramatic or subtle reshaping you are looking for.
Restylane Silk, a new addition to the Restylane family of products, is the newest filler on the market. Restylane and Restylane Silk are both made from hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in the body that provides structure to the skin and holds moisture, adding youthful volume. Traditional Restylane has been successfully used for lip augmentation by Dr Pearlman for years, Restylane Silk however, is specifically formulated be a meticulously precise tool for shaping and defining lips and smoothing fine lines.
Restylane Silk can be used to soften the fine lines around the mouth and correct volume loss in the lips as well as smoker lines or “lipstick lines”. The results are immediate, but they will dissipate over time, typically they last 4-6 months. Additional treatments are necessary to maintain fuller, luscious lips and keep fine lines at bay.
At Pearlman Aesthetic Surgery, we believe that each patient is unique, requiring his or her own treatment that is different from anyone else’s. When you come in for a consultation to discuss something that you would like to change about your appearance, our first step is determining a proper treatment plan to meet the individual needs of your face. This is done with a comprehensive consultation, complete with listening to your concerns and truly understanding what your aesthetic goals are.
Don’t settle for thin lips or wrinkles around your mouth, plump up your pout with Restylane Silk!Schedule a Restylane® Silk Treatment
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