PUT THE PLUMP BACK
sculptra – FACE THE WORLD WITH CONFIDENCE.
As we get older, through our 50s, 60s and beyond, our face begins to age in characteristic ways. In the top layers of our skin we lose collagen and elastin and the skin becomes more wrinkled and discolored. The deeper layers of the face which include fat, muscle, and bone also change. These deeper structures are the scaffolding that hold our skin up. When this scaffolding starts to disappear, the skin above it drops and becomes more lax and jowly. Volumizers like Sculptra and Radiesse are types of products which are injected under the skin to plump up and restore some of the scaffolding that is lost.
The two main volumizers that Dr. Chaplik uses are Sculptra and Radiesse. Dr. Chaplik has developed a unique technique over his years in practice in Fort Lauderdale using Sculptra in such a manner as to volumize the face. His technique focuses on restoring the “scaffolding” to mimic and replace the bone and fat lost through the natural aging process with collagen stimulating volume from Poly-L-Lactic Acid, also known as Sculptra. The amazing thing about PLLA is that it stimulates your skin’s natural collagen production and integrates into these supportive tissues, for a natural fill that becomes your own, gradually, over time. This pan facial filling technique leaves no area unaddressed and is a more advanced, yet very rewarding, technique. Similarly, Dr. Chaplik uses Radiesse to shape the jaw, cheeks, and the area between the nose and lips to recreate the signs of beauty and youth.
As an expert, Dr. Chaplik was asked to describe the differences between the two volumizers in New Beauty Magazine.
Volumizers invlove almost zero downtime and patients can go back to their daily schedule after few hours.
Volumizers allow for minor changes to your look. Ensuring that you don’t alter your look too much after procedure.
Volumizers provide instant benefit to the skin. They fill in hollows, soften wrinkles and skin flaws such as acne scars, and add volume and lift where needed.