Restylane Contour is used to restore loss volume in the cheeks, providing facial rejuvenation in the mid-face area.
Restylane Contour Injections in San Diego
Restylane Contour is a product that targets loss in facial volume and brings back sharp and contoured cheekbones. This hyaluronic acid dermal filler features an innovative technology called XpresHAn™ which gives these products more flexibility and support than others. This technology also allows for a more natural and youthful appearance to the face.
Restylane Contour is unique because it creates a flexible, smooth gel that integrates with the skin and soft tissue to lift and volumize in a very natural way. The gel is dynamic and moves with your facial expressions for that natural result we all want. This filler is perfect for those that want cheek enhancement but a natural look.
Restylane Contour is an injectable that contains hyaluronic acid gel which provides smooth results when injected in the cheeks. The XpresHAn technology that is used in Restylane Contour is a ground breaking technology that creates a flexible filler which restores your natural appearance.
Restylane Contour results can last between 6 to 12 months. Each individual does metabolize the injectable differently so results will vary per client.
Contour is injected directly into the skin in tiny amounts by an ultra fine needle, resulting in minimal discomfort. The procedure is simple and convenient, and results are practically instantaneous. To optimize your comfort during the short procedure, your physician may anesthetize the treatment area.
Your doctor will ask about your medical history to determine if Restylane Contour is right for you. Patients with any of these conditions should not use Restylane Contour:
- Highly allergic (for example: a history of severe allergic reaction or multiple severe allergies). Use may result in an allergic reaction.
- If you have previous experience with allergic reactions to HA fillers. Use may result in an allergic reaction.
- Allergic to anesthetics, such as lidocaine. Use may result in an allergic reaction.