Through neuromodulators and fillers, Spirited Aesthetics and Wellness helps patients achieve a refreshed look by enhancing the contour of the face and favorable features while minimizing unwanted signs of aging, including crow’s feet, lines, wrinkles, and more. We use neuromodulator products, such as Xeomin and Dysport, to reduce wrinkles and fine lines caused by repeated muscle movements like frowning or smiling. We also use fillers, such as Restylane fillers (Restylane, Restylane Lyft, Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Contour, and Restylane Kysse, also We are now offering Versa which is great for lips. ) from the Galderma family, as well as Radiesse, to help patients restore hydration and volume to the areas they want to treat. Sculptra is also offered to stimulate or boost collagen production in areas that have lost volume due to aging or an illness. With the range of injectable options that Heather offers at Spirited Aesthetics and Wellness, your goals are easily achievable!
What is filler?
Filler can be used to enhance and rejuvenate your appearance by adding volume, hydration, and elasticity to areas such as the cheeks, under-eye, chin, smile lines, temples, and even the hands.
What is a neuromodulator?
Neuromodulator temporarily reduce the muscle activity in the areas that cause signs of aging, reducing wrinkles, fine lines, lip lines, and crow’s feet.
What is Sculptra?
Sculptra works by using collagen stimulation to treat deep lines and creases by stimulating the collagen production in the area being treated. It differs from fillers and neuromodulators in that it works overtime to gradually rebuild volume lost in specific areas.
How are fillers and neuromodulators different?
Filler and neuromodulators can be used in conjunction to address multiple signs of aging while working differently to produce results. Fillers plump and add volume to targeted areas, while neuromodulators work to relax the muscles that cause signs of aging, such as between and around the eyes.
When will I see results following injections?
Neuromodulator results look full effect at two to three weeks and look their best after three weeks where fillers results are instant, but may have swelling for about two weeks depending on the filler and your healing process.
How long will the results last?
Neuromodulators last on average three months, while fillers may last six months to a year, depending on the filler. Biostimulation with a series of treatments can last two years.
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