Dermatologist Charles E. Crutchfield III, M.D. Among the First in Minnesota to Offer Restalyne Lyft

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The first and only FDA-approved filler to treat smile lines and add lift to the cheek area.

Carol before and after

I am so happy to have another tool to erase the signs of aging for my patients.

Clinical professor and board-certified dermatologist, Charles E. Crutchfield III, M.D., announced that Crutchfield Dermatology in St. Paul-Minneapolis, Minnesota will be one of the first to offer new FDA-approved Restalyne Lyft, a drug that will provide a subtle, natural-looking lift to visibly “sagging” cheeks and correct lines, folds, and wrinkles on the sides of the nose and mouth. Restalyne Lyft is the first and only FDA approved filler indicated to provide fullness to the midface area (cheeks) and to correct and smooth the nasolabial folds (smile lines).

Crutchfield, Medical Director of Eagan, MN-based Crutchfield Dermatology, was one of the first dermatologists to offer the latest non-surgical treatment to provide fullness to the midface area (cheeks) and to correct and smooth the nasolabial folds (smile lines). Dr. Crutchfield is board-certified in dermatology and is a clinical professor of dermatology at the University of Minnesota Medical School. He is a member of the organization Doctors for the Practice Safe and Ethical Aesthetic Medicine http://www.safeandethicalseal.org which ensures that treatments are always performed exclusively by Dr. Crutchfield, one of the leading Dermatologists in the world. He has more experience using injectable medications than anyone in the United States.

“I am so happy to have another tool to erase the signs of aging for my patients. At Crutchfield Dermatology we are committed to providing our patients with the best, most effective and most up to date aesthetic treatments.” Crutchfield Dermatology is excited that patients in the Twin Cities can now take advantage of this simple, in office, minimally-invasive procedure.

Side effects are mild and include tenderness, redness, bruising, swelling and itching. Downtime is not required.

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