As we age our skin doesn't always do so gracefully. The wrinkles and fine lines can be devastating if left untreated and then there are the deep folds and creases that can leave you looking worn and depleted, but there is a cosmetic surgery procedure called Sculptra that can reverse these signs of aging.

If you would to restore volume to your face or simply improve your facial contours, then Sculptra may be for you. Sculptra is not like other injectable products like Botox, collagen or Restylane.

What happens with Sculptra is that tiny particles of PLA are diluted in an application of sterile water, strategically placed in the skin, and then contoured for the most favorable results. The particles of PLA fuel the development of new collagen in your skin, providing you with more volume over a period of time.

You may need a series of 3-5 applications every four to six weeks. Results are gradual and can be seen over a two to six month period. There is no downtime with Sculptra treatments.

You may experience some temporary bruising and swelling that will dissipate on its own after a few days. Sculptra can be combined with Botox Restylane, FotoFacial and FotoLift procedures as well as assisting anyone whose had a facelift and just wants a little more facial volume.

Sculptra can also correct the signs of aging that appear on the back of hands, deep lines in the upper chest and other areas that may need a little pick me up after liposuction.

The results of Sculptra therapy are a more youthful, satisfying facial contour that diminishes the signs of aging and sun damage and even weight loss. And for some people, this facial rejuvenation can replace cosmetic surgery.

If you are interested in Sculptra you should contact a cosmetic surgeon in your area. Whether it's Sculptra or another cosmetic procedure that you want to have done, there is a cosmetic surgeon in your area who can assist you today. is a leading resource for Sculptra information. Search for a DermaNetwork clinic in your area today!

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