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Restylane Silk

Restylane Silk

There’s Never Been A Better Time To Treat Lips And The Lines Around Them

If you think it’s not possible to get a natural result when enhancing lips, think again. Many individuals who are comfortable with other types of aesthetic enhancements are concerned that their lips won’t look natural if treated. New Restylane Silk is designed for meticulously precise lip definition and line control for the silkier, smoother lips you’ve been looking for.

Restylane Silk is newest filler approved by the FDA for treatment of the lips and vertical lines around the lips now available at The Oaks at GoodWood Medical Spa. As we age, lips change and the lines around them become more noticeable. The muscles that surround the mouth can flatten and shrink, making the lips thinner and less shapely. You might have looked in the mirror and wondered what happened to the lips you remember.

Vertical lip lines, commonly referred to as “smoker’s lines” is an extremely aging feature on the face. These lines usually develop as a result of puckering, sucking with a straw, drinking with water bottles, pursing of the lips, and smoking. Now it’s time to take action.

Because of its fine particle size, the best places to inject Restylane Silk would be in lips, etched lines, such as forehead lines, horizontal necklace lines, crow’s feet, or etched lines, or forhead lines or to improve volume in the upper and lower eyelids, as well as lifting the brow. These uses are considered advanced techniques, and should only be done with and expert injector like Dr. Feldman.

Injectable Fillers Before and After Photo Gallery

During treatment:

People who receive a lip treatment may experience irritation or complications, but the majority of side effects that can occur are tolerable and manageable. Steps to your best results

What to Avoid:

To decrease your risk of bruising, avoid taking blood-thinning medications one week prior to procedure, such as aspirin, warfarin, dipyridamole, clpidogrel, nonseridal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) St John’s work, garlic tablets, ginkgo biloba, and ginseng.