Restylane is a collection of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers and is one of the most popular brands of injectable wrinkle fillers because it treats several concerns with different formulas for long-lasting results. Dallas, Texas dermatologist Dr. Adean Kingston offers a wide range of filler products to help correct signs of facial aging, like lost volume and unwanted lines and wrinkles. Restylane is made with a synthetic version of the body's natural hyaluronic acid (HA), giving the skin a natural, softer look that is more supple and full. A customized treatment plan can treat mild to severe facial lines and wrinkles, as well as add volume to the lips, temples, hands and cheeks. Adean Kingston, M.D., PLLC carries a selection of Restylane products, including:
- Restylane: Addresses facial wrinkles and folds
- Restylane Defyne: Fills in deep smile and laugh lines
- Restylane Lyft: Adds volume and lift in the cheeks
- Restylane Refyne: Corrects moderate smile and laugh lines
- Restylane Silk: Adds volume in the lips and fills in vertical lip lines
Restylane treatments are great for any patient over the age of 21 who wants to improve their appearance. Since it has so many formulas, your treatment will be customized to fit your concerns and goals. Restylane can help you treat early signs of aging, including fine lines throughout the face, or boost the volume in your lips, hands and cheeks. It can also treat moderate to severe wrinkles, like laugh lines, frown lines, nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and more. Some formulas contain lidocaine so you should disclose any known allergies during your consultation with Dr. Kingston to avoid a reaction.
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Restylane injections take place inside the minor procedures room at Adean Kingston, M.D., PLLC. A numbing cream is applied for increased patient comfort. The product is injected into your skin through a fine needle and massaged so it fills the needed areas. Multiple injections will be needed, followed by a cold, gentle compress to help control swelling. Each Restylane product is administered the same way but on different areas of the face to address your specific needs and aesthetic goals.
What to Expect
When your Restylane injections are complete, you can return to your normal daily activities. Your recovery will depend on what is being treated so talk to Dr. Kingston about what to expect. The injection sites will appear slightly red and swollen, but this usually goes away in a few days. Bruising can be a factor, but this can usually be concealed with makeup. It is recommended that you avoid firmly rubbing your face and sleep upright for the first night. Most patients will notice some improvements immediately after treatment, but it may take 1 – 2 weeks before the final results appear. Restylane injections often last up to a year, depending on the exact product used.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does Restylane cost?
Your cost for Restylane will vary based on many factors, including which formula is used, which area(s) is being treated, how much filler is needed, and more. During your consultation, Dr. Kingston will listen to your concerns and goals before developing a personalized Restylane treatment plan. From there, your cost can be estimated and the payment options discussed.
What is Restylane most commonly used for?
Restylane has many products that are each designed to make you look rejuvenated but still natural. During your consultation, Dr. Kingston can discuss the different Restylane formulas and which one matches your goals. Restylane Refyne, Defyne, and Lyft correct mild to deep facial wrinkles and folds. Restylane Silk and Lyft add volume to the hands, lips, and cheeks.
How often do I need to come back for a touch-up?
On average, Restylane treatments can last between 6 – 18 months. This will vary, depending on which Restylane formula is used, where it is injected, and other factors. During your consultation, Dr. Kingston will develop your treatment plan, which will include how often you should schedule appointments for treatments to maintain your results.
Do Restylane injections hurt?
You may feel some minor discomfort when receiving an injection using a filler product. Prior to your treatment, we can apply a numbing ointment to help decrease any discomfort that you may feel during the injections. After the treatment, a cold compress will be applied to reduce swelling and bruising.
Will I look fake after Restylane?
Injectable fillers, when performed by a trained and skilled injector, like Dr. Kingston, offer gorgeous outcomes. The goal is to achieve a result that looks soft and natural. Adean Kingston, M.D., PLLC prides ourselves on offering injections that can help you look naturally rejuvenated.
Soften Lines and Wrinkles
Rejuvenate your face with a simple and easy nonsurgical cosmetic procedure. Restylane is a popular injectable treatment at Adean Kingston, M.D., PLLC that is used to fill in wrinkles or add volume to deflated areas to create a softer, glowing appearance. Call our Dallas, Texas office for your consultation with Dr. Kingston to learn more information about Restylane and other nonsurgical treatments.