Restylane® in Madison, CT
Plump up your lips and lift your confidence with Restylane® at Aria DermSpa Dermatology & Aesthetic Center. Restylane® is FDA-approved to safely and effectively reduce moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds in Southeastern CT.
Restylane® in Madison, CT can quickly and effectively reduce the appearance of:
- Marionette lines (lines at the corners of the mouth)
- Laugh lines (nasolabial folds)
- Smoker’s lines (vertical lip lines)
- Wrinkles at the corners of the mouth
- Under eye hollows or bags
Restylane® can also:
- Add volume to the lips
Restylane® is a dermal filler designed to replace your body’s natural hyaluronic acid, which gives skin its elasticity, volume and moisture. It can also enhance your lips for a fuller, younger looking appearance.
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Before & After
Frequently Asked Questions
Restylane® in Southeastern CT restores your skin’s elasticity and volume to reduce the appearance of moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, resulting in a natural-looking, plump facial skin.
You will enjoy immediate results with Restylane®, but optimal results can be seen within two weeks following treatment.
Little to no downtime is required following your Madison Restylane® treatment. Patients typically resume their daily activities immediately.
Swelling, bruising and redness at the injection site are the most common side effects associated with Restylane®. However, these responses typically dissipate quickly.
You can expect Restylane® results to last up to six to nine months.
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