is one of several injectable dermal fillers that we use to provide volume to the face.
Perlane has a thicker consistency and uses larger particles of hyaluronic acid (HA)
than those found in Restylane
and Juvederm. Because
it contains larger HA particles, it is well suited to providing volume to creases
and other areas of the skin that have thinned out greatly over time. Perlane is
very commonly used in the nasolabial folds (the laugh lines that extend from the
sides of the nose to the corners of the mouth) and it is also used to provide depth
to hollow cheeks in the midface area.
During treatment, Perlane is injected using a very fine syringe. Because Perlane
is not as easily injected as Juvederm or Restylane, the chance for bruising is higher.
There can be mild swelling that accompany Perlane injections, but swelling typically
subsides in a period of days. Perlane is FDA approved for up to one full year, but
the results we see generally last for about 6-9 months.
At Celibre, we take pride in educating our patients so that they may become active
participants in their care. Our knowledgeable, professional staff are here to help
you understand the benefits and risks of Perlane Injections. If you're interested
in finding out more about Perlane injections, contact us for a free consultation
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