A “Liquid Facelift” Called Sculptra

It’s been called a “liquid facelift” because it can have such dramatic impact. And because it can deliver such dramatic results, only a few medical professionals are certified to use it.

It’s Sculptra, an injectible that fills in wrinkles, stimulates the production of collagen, and provides a smoother, more youthful look that can last years.

A Sculptra injection can fill shallow or deep wrinkles. Sculptra Aesthetic is made from polylactic acid which helps to replace lost collagen. It can correct shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds that appear with aging.

Sculptra works gradually in a series of treatments, three on average, for a subtle more youthful-looking appearance in only a few months. Sculptra works in two ways: by filling in lines and wrinkles, and by stimulating the body to produce new collagen and underlying tissue.Since we being losing collagen as we age, this has a powerful impact, both short and long-term.

In fact, the effects of Sculptra can last up to four years!

That’s why they call it the “liquid facelift,” Sculptra can truly create a fuller, more youthful appearance in your skin. Dr. DiStefano, one of the few physicians trained and able to give facial injections of Sculptra, will be delighted to tell you more about this remarkable product. Simply schedule an appointment by calling 423) 648-3937.

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