Restylane / Restylane Silk / Perlane
- Restylane® Silk
Restylane is hyaluronic acid in the form of a crystal-clear gel. Hyaluronic acid is a skin substance that helps provide fullness and elasticity. As we age, hyaluronic acid diminisheds and our skin loses volume allowing wrinkles to appear.Now offering: Virtual Consultations
Dr. Hamori first numbs the areas to be treated, then simply injects the appropriate Restylane product to plump up the lips, or lines around the mouth and nose as well as “crow’s feet” and lines between the eyes. Results, known as a Restylane Lyft or a “Liquid Facelift,” are immediate and last up to 9 months.
Perlane is a similar product from the same manufacturer as Restylane and is also a hyaluronic acid filler. The main difference between the two is that Perlane has larger gel particles and is generally used for deeper injections.
Dr. Hamori can best decide which filler is best for your particular needs.
Learn more at: www.restylaneusa.com.
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- Before And After
Patient 1 - Liquid Facelift: Restylane-L, Perlane and Botox
Patient 2 - Restylane and Botox
Patient 3 - Restylane and Botox
Patient 4 - Restylane Lift with Botox
Patient 5 - Restylane
Patient 6 - Liquid Facelift - Radiesse, Juvederm, and Botox combination (59 year old)
View more Restylane photos in our Before + After Gallery.
- Facial Filler Resources
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The website is a project of the American Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, which will provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge and answer many common questions. Review of this site will also allow you to ask informed questions when you meet with Dr. Hamori for your surgical consultation.
- Surgical Animations
Hyaluronic acid facial fillers explained.
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