Thanks to technological advancements and improved techniques, today’s dermal fillers are more focused and natural-looking than ever before.
This is especially true of the Restylane family of hyaluronic acid fillers.
Continue reading to learn all about Restylane fillers, including the different types of products and their unique capabilities.
What Is Restylane?
Restylane is an FDA-approved dermal filler that is injected beneath the skin to restore volume, correct wrinkles and lines, augment lips, enhance cheeks, and rejuvenate hands.
It is comprised of a smooth hyaluronic acid gel, which has the ability to instantly hydrate and plump skin.
What Are the Different Types of Restylane Fillers?
If you are considering an injectable treatment, you may be wondering about the different types of Restylane fillers and which one is right for you.
Restylane is a versatile filler that is designed to smooth moderate to severe lines and plump lips.
Restylane Lyft has a more viscous composition, which makes it ideal for improving cheek contours and restoring volume to the midface.
It is also FDA-approved to correct age-related volume loss on the back of hands.
Restylane Silk is the only dermal filler that is FDA-approved for the specific purpose of enhancing lips and smoothing perioral lip lines (also known as smoker’s lines).
Restylane Refyne and Restylane Defyne
Refyne and Defyne are the newest Restylane fillers. They are designed with XpresHAn Technology to ensure natural-looking results and maintain normal facial expressions.
While both injectables are indicated for smoothing laugh lines, including nasolabial folds and marionette lines, there is one key difference between them.
Restylane Refyne is recommended for mild to moderate smile lines, while Restylane Defyne is used to treat moderate to severe wrinkles.
Want to Learn More About Restylane Fillers?
If you are considering treatment with any of these Restylane fillers, please call our office today to Schedule Appointment with board-certified dermatologist and leading injector Dr. Narine.