Sculptra is a special dermal filler that provides consistent and gradual age-defying results in your appearance following the first treatment. Sculptra is injected in areas to gradually improve the volume of your skin on portions of your face where sun exposure and the natural aging process have taken their toll. Sculptra works to fill in the frame of the face that is lost with aging. It is a gradual yet noticeable growth of collagen adding structure back to the face for a more youthful radiant appearance. Results typically last two or more years depending on individual needs.
At IMAGE Medi-Spa, Sculptra is administered by our highly trained medical providers. Sculptra is placed below your skin’s surface to the areas of your face that are most affected by fat loss. The thickness of your skin naturally diminishes with age, and Sculptra works to restore this thickness. Most patients notice results after just a few treatments. This will improve your appearance by enhancing the thickness of your skin in the targeted areas. Resulting in a natural youthful appearance and skin will have a radiant glow!!
Is it safe for me to have Sculptra?
Sculptra filler has risks like any other medical procedure, but overall very safe. At IMAGE Medi-Spa, we use only FDA-approved fillers that have been purchased directly from the manufacturer. Our fillers are injected in a medical setting using sterile instruments by highly trained medical professionals. Severe complications from dermal fillers are very uncommon. Potential risks include acne-like skin eruptions, asymmetry, bruising, bleeding, or swelling at injection site, infection at injection site, lumps, skin rash with itching, skin redness, under or over correction of wrinkles, blindness, skin necrosis. The majority of these risks can be mitigated by choosing a medical facility that uses FDA-approved fillers that are injected by trained medical professionals. Lucky for you, you are safe at IMAGE Medi-Spa with our highly trained medical professionals. We have years of experience (since 2007), years of education, and continuously train to bring you the safest treatments possible.