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Published on: 12 Apr 2017 by oclark8819
When Is The Right Time To Use Sculptra
Sculptra in Chicago is an aesthetic procedure that works gradually and subtly over a long period to achieve a youthful looking appearance. Contrary to hyaluronic acid filler, sculptra aesthetic is meant to stimulate the skin to make its own natural collagen and to help in restoring the inner structure while increasing facial volume that had been lost because of aging. The procedure is intended for people who have a high immune system and it is a one-time treatment plan that may include four injection sessions that have to be scheduled within 3 weeks of one another.
What is the big deal with Sculptra?
Sculptra has been approved by the FDA and it helps to replace lost collagen gradually since that is the reason behind facial aging. The results of it can last up to two years. The treatment is used to reduce deep facial folds and wrinkles; they include smile lines, chin wrinkles and marionette lines.
Sculptra is made using synthetic and biodegradable material known as poly-L-Lactic acid and it is biocompatible. It is naturally and gradually absorbed back in the body where it helps in rebuilding the lost collagen by using a number of treatments given by a trained expert.
How is Sculptra administered and side effects
A trained expert will inject the treatment into the deeper dermis and that is where collagen is found to support the structure of the body. As time passes, Sculptra helps the body to continue reproducing lost collagen and at least three injections will be given in one appointment. How many injections will be given and how many appointments given for a person will vary from one patient to another; it largely depends on the level of collagen that needs to be restored.
Sculptra injections can cause small lumps at the injection sites. However, they are not serious enough and will reduce after some time. There is no need to do allergy testing before the treatment. However, any patient who is allergic to any of the ingredients in the product should not use it. A patient with an active skin inflammation and infection is not the right candidate for the treatment. Other side effects can be injection site pain, redness, tenderness, bleeding, lumps and itching, and bruising.