How often will I need to get Restylane Lyft?
You will begin seeing results shortly after your first treatment, and results have been documented in clinical studies to last for up to 18 months. For most, it lasts around 6 months, give or take. Results are unique to each individual and the doctor will be able to evaluate your progress before deciding when another treatment should be administered.
What should I expect when I come to your office for Restylane Lyft in Los Angeles?
Usually numbing cream or numbing injections are used, depending on patient preference. So, you may need to wait for the numbing to take effect. Results are fairly immediate and no downtime is required. Most people experience a little swelling or redness for a few hours afterward. In some, minor redness, swelling or bruising can last for several days or even up to a week, though it’s our experience that this is rare.
Why does it matter who injects my Restylane Lyft in Los Angeles?
There are a wide variety of healthcare practicioners allowed to perform injectable treatments with some training, including dentists, nurses, ob/gyns, etc. At Sunset, only our two highly trained, board certified plastic surgeons perform injectable services. Some might expect higher prices here for having surgeons who do the injections, but actually, we are able to keep our prices incredibly competitivedue to the volume of injectable products we order for the practice.
The difference between getting injectable services like Restylane Lyft done by various healthcare practitioners vs. a board certified plastic surgeon includes years of specialized aesthetic surgical training and experience and an eye that is also trained to achieve beautiful results that looks natural. For example, you may notice that even children have nasolabial folds. Therefore, these should not be filled in to the point where they no longer exist, which would look odd and unnatural.
With years and years of experience in injectable treatments, both Dr. Yamini and Dr. Svehlak are able to effectively gauge the amount of dermal filler to use, the brand/type that will work best for each patient, and exactly where to put it to make it look natural and youthful.