What is Sculptra Treatment
SculptraTM contains Poly-L-Lactic Acid, which replaces lost collagen and aids in the maintenance of skin elasticity. To achieve the best results, the treatment is administered through a series of small injections of varying thickness. Injections are used to fill in depressed areas of the face and cheeks that have lost volume due to ageing.
Where can you use Sculptra?
SculptraTM, when properly administered by a medical professional, can subtly smooth, soften, contour, and tone the skin, restore youthful plumpness, and enhance and define your features.
After three treatments, your face will appear fuller, with fine lines and wrinkles softened. These are not the true effects, and the volume will decrease slightly as the water in SculptraTM is absorbed by the body. Six weeks after the initial treatment, you should notice noticeable improvements, which will continue to improve with each subsequent treatment. As your body begins to produce more facial collagen, the connective tissue that has been damaged by ageing will begin to rebuild naturally, smoothing out wrinkles and fine lines.
What to expect from your Sculptra dermal filler consultation
Your Sculptra consultation will be with a doctor who will assess your needs, suitability, and the best course of treatment for you. They will be able to answer any questions you have about your skin concerns and provide you with personalised advice during your consultation. If the decision is made to proceed with filler treatment, they will be able to do so in-clinic.
Dermal filler types
At Face Hub we provide the following dermal filler treatments:
- Cheek fillers are used to add volume and lift to the cheeks.
- Non-surgical rhinoplasty – reshape your nose without surgery.
- Tear trough fillers hydrate and refresh your under eyes while reducing dark circles.
- Lip fillers add volume and plumpness to the lips.
- Jawline and chin – increase volume in the jawline and chin area.