Sculptra® is a unique filler that gradually restores volume to the face by encouraging your skin’s natural production of its own building blocks. Because Sculptra is different from the other filler options that we perform at New Look New Life Cosmetic Surgical Arts, many of our patients have questions about what Sculptra is and how it can rejuvenate their appearance. Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini, our very own Board Certified Cosmetic Surgeon, took the time to answer a few of the questions that she most often hears from our New York City patients.
Is Sculptra a good facial filler choice for everyone who wants to look younger?
Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini: At New Look New Life Cosmetic Surgical Arts we have a variety of facial filler options – all depending on your specific needs. Sculptra is most ideal for those patients who have lost significant volume which could require too much of conventional filler.
How is Sculptra different from other facial fillers?
Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini: With Sculptra, results build and build and last for two years, unlike other facial fillers that last about a year. Sculptra works gradually over time for a more youthful-looking appearance. You will see noticeable, long-lasting changes in four to six weeks.
How does Sculptra work?
Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini: Sculptra helps stimulate your skin’s own natural collagen production to help restore its inner structure and increase facial volume that has been lost to aging. It actually “forces” the body to create volume around the particles of the filler.
On which areas of the face can Sculptra be used?
Dr. Karlinsky-Bellini: Sculptra is perfect for filling and adding volume to deep nasal folds, smile lines, chin wrinkles, temples, and cheeks.
Sculptra at New Look New Life Cosmetic Surgical Arts
Now that you understand a bit more about Sculptra, you are sure to want to re-volumize your face this fall. Please schedule your personal consultation to learn about Sculptra and many other facial filler options that are available to you at New Look New Life Cosmetic Surgical Arts.