Fillers are subdivided into hyaluronic acid (including Juvederm and Restylane), calcium hydroxyapatite (including Radiesse), and poly L-lactic acid (including Sculptra), each offering its own advantages depending on the patient’s individualized needs.
Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 15, 2016
Suzanne Rogers is a Certified National Trainer and considered one of Orange County’s expert level aesthetic nurse injectors. Working at the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery, Suzanne is able to provide patients with the youthful, natural-looking results they desire. She has the ability to individualize each patient’s treatment, ensuring she uses the most effective rejuvenation products including Perlane, Juvederm, Voluma, Restylane, Sculptra and much more. At the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery, she is able to help a wide range of patients improve their appearance non-surgically or add finishing touches post-surgery. Along with helping patients find the right injectable to suit their needs, Suzanne trains Board Certified Dermatologists, Plastic Surgeons and other highly qualified peers in the proper use of injectable treatments and techniques.
Recently, Suzanne explained the differences between the many injectable filler options offered at the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery. “With a large number of filler options available, it can be overwhelming trying to find the right one for your needs,” Suzanne Rogers explains. “It is important to note that there is not one magical filler. Instead, fillers are subdivided into hyaluronic acid (including Juvederm and Restylane), calcium hydroxyapatite (including Radiesse), and poly L-lactic acid (including Sculptra), each offering its own advantages depending on the patient’s individualized needs.”
Suzanne notes that hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers are made of a molecule that is naturally found in the human body. Because it can be injected almost anywhere and can be easily reversible, it is a great option for first-time users. She explains that Juvederm is an example of this type of hyaluronic acid filler, but even it is subdivided into categories. Juvederm Ultra XC, for example, is injected higher in the dermis while Juvederm Ultra Plus XC in injected deeper. Both versions are very effective at reducing the look of wrinkles and folds. However, clinical studies found that Juvederm Ultra Plus held up a little better over time. Juvederm Voluma XC, another version, is designed to add volume beneath the skin’s surface, lifting and contouring the cheek area specifically, giving a more youthful appearance. It is injected deep in the cheek area.
Like Juvederm, Restylane is found in the hyaluronic acid family and can be subdivided into different versions: Perlane, Restylane Lyft and Restylane Silk. Restylane Lyft, for example, is specifically used for severe facial wrinkles and folds, while Silk is specifically geared towards plumping lips and reducing wrinkles around the mouth with a natural look. Sculptra, which is found in the poly L-lactic acid category, is considered a “collagen stimulator” which works gradually over a series of treatments. It helps repair the underlying skin structure with natural-looking results.
Suzanne Rogers, RN at the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery offers a wide range of injectable fillers to help patients easily achieve a younger look without surgery. Some of the items offered include Juvederm Ultra XC, Juvederm Ultra Plus XC, Perlane, Restylane, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Silk, RADIESSE, Sculptra, KYBELLA,BOTOX, DYSPORT and more. If you are interested in what Dr. Kevin Sadati, Suzanne Rogers and the Gallery of Cosmetic Surgery can do for you, Call 949-706-7776 or visit the site at http://www.drkevinsadati.com.