The Injectable Treatment You Need
- Posted on: Aug 22 2019
Sculptra Aesthetic delivers a long lasting, natural looking, age defying look. What’s not to love? At Bay Area Laser Cosmetic Surgery, we offer injectable treatments that cater to your individual needs and goals. With Sculptra Aesthetic, here are the basics about this effective investment in your skin.
How Sculptra Aesthetic Works
Sculptra Aesthetic works—for up to two years! It is a deep to shallow wrinkle correction method used to diminish smile lines, chin wrinkles, marionette lines, facial wrinkles, and facial folds. A full treatment typically includes three injection sessions over the course of a few months.
Sculptra Aesthetic is an injectable that gives you the results you desire over time. The treatment works by encouraging collagen growth. When Sculptra Aesthetic is injected it is naturally absorbed and will begin to rebuild collagen resulting in increased volume and tautness in the skin. Sculptra Aesthetic is made with poly-L-lactic acid. This ingredient is biocompatible, biodegradable synthetic material and has been used by the best physicians for years.
Are You a Good Candidate for Sculptra?
Sculptra Aesthetic treats minor and deep facial folds. As with any treatment or surgery, it always helps to be in general good health. Before scheduling your treatment, schedule a consultation with Dr. Serebrakian to determine if Sculptra Aesthetic is the right wrinkle treatment for you. During your consultation, the doctor will ask about your goals and expectations along with addressing any of your questions or concerns about the treatment.
Schedule a Consultation
To learn morea bout Sculptra Aesthetic and if this injectable non surgical treatment is right for your needs, schedule your consultation with Dr Serebrakian today. You can reach our office at 510-724-8282 (Pinole) or 415-461-5755 (Larkspur).
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