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Cosmetic Medicine Application


Sculptra Injectable Filler In Melbourne

Sculptra is an injectable used to fight wrinkles and sagging skin by stimulating the skin's collagen production to help restore the beautiful plumpness of healthy skin. It is an alternative anti-aging treatment to injectable dermal fillers, skin creams, fat injections and implants.

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What is Sculptra?

culptra is an injectable dermal filler that has been around since 1999 which is mostly used to enhance your natural features by stimulating collagen production and increasing the volume of specific areas. It was first approved by the FDA in 2004 to treat lipoatrophy in people living with HIV. Lipoatrophy causes facial fat loss that results in sunken cheeks and deep folds and indentations on the face.

In 2014, the FDA approved Sculptra Aesthetic for treating wrinkles and folds on the face to give a more youthful appearance.

The main ingredient in Sculptra is poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA). It’s classified as a collagen stimulator that provides long-lasting, natural-looking results that can last up to two years.

How does Sculptra work?

Sculptra is injected into the skin to diminish facial wrinkles. It contains PLLA, which acts as a collagen stimulator, helping to gradually restore fullness to facial wrinkles and folds. This results in a softer and more youthful appearance

Sculptra FAQ

What does Sculptra treat?

Sculptra is used to diminish facial wrinkles and folds, temple hollowness, wrinkles on cheeks, neck and other areas and has many off-label uses, including:

• Nonsurgical butt lift or buttock augmentation
• Correction of cellulite
• Correction of chest, elbow, and knee wrinkles

It also became popular for those looking to bulk up their appearance. It’s being used to create definition and the look of extra muscle mass on the:

• Glutes
• Thighs
• Biceps
• Triceps
• Bectorals

Sculptra is not recommended for use on the eyes or the lips.

Does Sculptra hurt?

Sculptra injections are very tolerable, the injections cause mild, temporary discomfort and feels like a slight pinching sensation.

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