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Filling in the Damage Caused by Sun and Age

A natural substance found throughout your body, hyaluronic acid helps hydrate your skin, giving it fullness and a healthy glow. Over time, however, age and sunlight deplete your skin of much of this important substance, leaving your skin wrinkled, dry, and dull-looking. In recent years, scientists have developed a number of synthetic injectable hyaluronic acid products that can replace the natural hyaluronic acid your skin has lost. These products not only reduce wrinkles, they also help reduce depressions in the skin caused by acne and other scarring. They can help your skin regain some of its youthful vigor and smoothness.

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Commerical hyaluronic fillers include Restylane, Juvederm, Radiesse, and Perlane. They're hypoallergenic (no animal products are in them), and are injected under a local anesthetic. The procedure is very quick (usually less than 20 minutes), and you can return immediately to your regular daily activities. Their effects take a few weeks to reach their peak, and because the products are biodegradable, you'll need maintenance treatments every few months.

The Patients Guide®

Hyaluronic acid fillers are not all alike. Some work better on certain types of wrinkles. Some last longer than others. Before undergoing a hyaluornic acid filler treatment, you need to discuss all the different products with your physician. Which one is right for you, your skin, and your budget? We've created this website to help you understand your choices and make an informed decision about how best to improve your skin's appearance. The content here is edited and published by some of the leading cosmetic physicians in the world. As a Patient's GuideĀ® website, we're committed to the highest standards of medical accuracy and review. We hope this information is helpful, and we look forward to your feedback.

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Additional Resources:
US Clinical Trials website
Medline ISD