As we age, volume is lost in our face, thus increasing lines and wrinkles. When it comes to bone and fat loss this volume can be replaced by strategically placing fillers in these areas. Restylane® Refyne and Defyne are two fillers used here at Hamilton Facial Plastic Surgery that produce great results for many of your patients.
What is Restylane® Refyne?
Hylauranic Acid that is injected for correction of mild to deep folds and wrinkles such as nasolabial folds and marionette lines. It can also be injected for augmentation of the lips for patient over the age of 21.
What is Restylane® Defyne?
Hyaluronic Acid that is filler that is injected for correction of mild folds and wrinkles in the face. It can also be injected for augmentation of the lips in patient over 21 as well as treatment of vertical lip lines/fine lines in the lower face.
How Much Does Restylane® Refyne and Defyne Cost in Indianapolis, Indiana?
The cost associated with these products varies by patient. If you live in the Indianapolis area and have started to notice lines and wrinkles on your face and want to counteract these visible signs of aging, these products can help restore your skins volume. Contact Hamilton Facial Plastic Surgery today for your consultation.
Benefits of Restylane® Refyne & Defyne:
Creases, wrinkles, nasolabial folds are softened. In this area of your face, your youthful appearance can become altered with the signs of aging. This product is also ideal for those who want to promote the natural hydration process with minimal signs of swelling through a minimally invasive injection. The benefits of Restylane® Refyne and Defyne also include:
- Allows normal facial expression and movement
- Delivers immediate, noticeable results
- Softens and may eliminate facial creases, folds, lines and wrinkles
- Requires little to no recovery time
- Lasts up to 1 year
Why Have Restylane® Refyne or Defyne?
There are great reasons to undergo Refyne or Defyne treatment at Hamilton Facial Plastic Surgery. The first thing that others notice about someone is their face, and today, with our youth-oriented culture people want to look their best. Rejuvenating facial regions of the cheeks, lips and nose are fast and quite economical with dermal fillers. Patients who undergo injections with this product will have immediate results. There is minimal bleeding at the incision site because Dr. Hamilton or our advanced injectors uses a fine needle or cannula. Patients should expect some bruising and swelling but are able to wear makeup immediately after the procedure.
The Restylane® Refyne or Defyne Procedure:
You will first have a consultation with the Dr. Hamilton or our advanced injectors. This will help to identify your goals and concerns. We will also discuss your medical history ruling out any contraindications to injectable fillers.
Some reactions that may occur with the above products are:
- Firm lumps and bumps
- Swollen tissue
Dr. Hamilton and our experienced nurse injectors have experience with facial anatomy and can offer advice concerning where to inject these products for the best result.
Are you a candidate for Restylane® Refyne or Defyne?
Restylane® Refine and Defyne can be used in patients with:
- Normal to thick skin and tissue on their face
- Healthy skin without numerous keloid or hypertrophic scars
- Normal skin tone without pigmentation disorders
- No Immunodeficiency disorders
Patients are advised to not use these products when taking medications such as aspirin, NSAIDS or other medications that thin the blood. After dermal filler injections, patients much avoid sunlight, extreme heat or strenuous exercise for 24 hours to avoid complications. Lasers and chemical peels are not advised for several weeks post injection.
What A Patient Expect After Injection with These Product?
After undergoing one or more injections a patient can return to normal activities but should avoid direct sunlight, hot temperatures and strenuous exercise. Most people notice immediate improvement in folds, lines and wrinkles. You may return to work post injection or within 24 hours of injection unless your job requires you to work in hot temperatures, direct sunlight or engaging in strenuous activity.