More to Smile About: We Offer Restylane to Smooth out Wrinkles

Most to Smile About: We Offer Restylane to Smooth out Wrinkles

As you get older, the effects of gravity, the environment, and lifestyle choices show up on your face in the form of lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. You can reduce the appearance of these signs of aging with dermal fillers, injectable cosmetics that smooth your complexion and brighten your look so you look as young as you feel.

At Rozenberg Dental NYC, we offer Restylane® as well as other offerings to combat the signs of aging. A few quick injections plump up your skin cells, filling in flaws and rejuvenating an aging, tired look. Read on to learn how Restylane can smooth out your wrinkles and restore a more youthful look to your expression.

All about Restylane

Restylane is a dermal filler, a whole class of injectable cosmetics that are injected below the surface of your skin to restore lost volume and smooth away fine lines and wrinkles. These cosmetic injectables can be used in different ways to achieve different results. 

Restylane uses hyaluronic acid, which your body produces naturally. Hyaluronic acid binds to water molecules to lubricate your eyes, joints, and skin. We use Restylane’s hyaluronic formula to add hydration and volume to your skin — effectively filling in bothersome lines and wrinkles. Restylane is a wonderful way to delay or reverse the aging process and keep your appearance as youthful as possible. 

Because Restylane uses substances your body already produces, they’re safe and effective with few side effects for patients who undergo treatment with medical supervision. 

How Restylane can help me

There are many types of dermal fillers, and you want the one that works best for you. It’s best to consult with a professional who understands the facial structure, like Lana Rozenberg, DDS at Rozenberg Dental NYC, who can recommend the right filler for you based on your unique skin condition and the areas you’d like to address.  

We customize your dermal filler treatment to help you meet your aesthetic goals. We’ll use Restylane to help you achieve a smoother smile as well as to achieve other cosmetic goals like plumper lips, fewer wrinkles around your nose, and reduced fine lines around your eyes. 

Restylane offers a variety of products to achieve different effects, including:

How well Restylane works for you depends a lot on the skill of the provider. We precisely place the injectables in just the right doses to help you achieve the best results possible. Dr. Rozenberg may also combine Restylane with other cosmetic injectables, like Botox® to help you achieve the most youthful and beautiful look possible. 

If you’re ready to smooth away facial lines and wrinkles, contact Rozenberg Dental NYC for a consultation. Call the Upper East Side office, or use the online tool today.

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