Restylane® Lyft is a hyaluronic acid filler that reduces signs of facial aging such as wrinkles, under-eye bags, and volume loss. Hyaluronic acid, a substance found naturally in the human body, promotes hydration and collagen production in the skin and underlying structures. At Primera Plastic Surgery, Dr. Edward J. Gross offers Restylane Lyft for Orlando men and women looking to achieve facial rejuvenation without surgery.
Manufactured by the same company that makes Restylane®, Restylane Lyft is similar in its formulation but has a larger molecular structure. This allows it to treat deeper lines and volume loss. Like Restylane, Restylane Lyft replenishes valuable collagen to skin and underlying structures after it is injected with a tiny needle. Collagen helps the skin retain hyaluronic acid and elastin — both essential components of hydrated, healthy skin. The added volume and hydration allow the skin to lie flat, alleviating wrinkles and creases.
Dr. Gross often combines Restylane Lyft with other fillers such as RADIESSE® and wrinkle reducers such as BOTOX® Cosmetic for optimal rejuvenation.
Restylane Lyft Treatment Cost
At our Orlando area practice, the cost for Restylane Lyft is $685 for a 1 ml syringe and $1,065 for 2 ml. The total Restylane Lyft treatment cost varies with patient needs and desired results. During your consultation, we will give you a quote that reflects your specific needs and desired results.
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Restylane Lyft results last 4 to 6 months on average, although experiences vary. Some patients experience temporary swelling and redness at injection sites. For most of our patients, Restylane Lyft requires no downtime.
“Facial aging usually begins in your 20s, when the firmness of your skin begins to decrease. Wrinkles, blemishes, and sunspots may also start to appear, becoming more pronounced with age. Of course, changes vary from person to person.”
– Dr. Gross