Sculptra is an injection Dr. DeChiara (located in Mt. Kisco, Westchester County) uses on women and men usually over 40, who have had substantial volume loss. It is one of the longest lasting fillers, as it builds your own collagen. Many people prefer Sculptra for this reason, as building collagen is essential to preventing premature aging. Sculptra is a great option for people who have undergone substantial weight loss, who have lost facial volume as a result of medication or who would like a very natural looking result that lasts a long time.
Sculptra is usually administered over the course of 3-5 sessions spaced 6 weeks apart. Patients have minimal swelling, their faces build it’s own collagen over the course of the treatments, so it is generally unnoticeable and people are unable to tell that you had filler done.
Collagen is a key structural component that keeps skin youthful looking and smooth. As you age, your body’s collagen production decreases, and you may begin to see wrinkles. Sculptra Aesthetic works to correct shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds,* as it replaces lost collagen, which can help provide a refined, more youthful looking appearance.
Sculptra Aesthetic works to replace lost collagen in a series of treatments administered by a Sculptra Aesthetic trained physician. On average, three injection sessions are needed over a period of a few months. The number of injection sessions and the number of injections per session vary from person to person.
*Results may vary from person to person.
Sculptra Aesthetic works within the deep dermis
Within the deep dermis, your skin’s structure is reinforced as Sculptra Aesthetic helps to replace lost collagen. This reinforced collagen structure provides a foundation that gradually restores the look of fullness of your shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds* that has been depleted over time. The result? Sculptra Aesthetic is different because it gradually and subtly corrects these facial wrinkles. This can provide a refined, more youthful looking appearance that can last more than two years.**