San Diego Restalyne Lyft

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What Is Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Lyft, which is made by Galderma, was previously called Perlane, and was approved by the FDA in 2007. Currently, Restylane Lyft uses a larger particle size than other fillers, which results in natural looking facial fullness. It also includes a small dose of lidocaine, a local anesthetic, to reduce pain during the injection. Restylane Lyft injections require no downtime, so you can go back to work right after you receive the procedure.


How much does Restylane Lyft cost in San Diego?

The price for RESTYLANE LYFT is $450 per syringe at San Diego Cosmetic Laser Clinic.

Special Price: $495

Regular Price $500

Discover the Benefits:

Restylane® Lyft™ injections contain lidocaine, which helps to numb the treatment areas, minimizing any discomfort you might experience.

Restylane® Lyft™ plumps and hydrates sagging cheeks

Restylane® Lyft™ reduces smile lines

Restylane® Lyft™ restores a youthful aesthetic

Restylane® Lyft™ is safe for those with skin allergies

Restylane® Lyft™ results can be reversed

How Does Restylane Lyft Work?

Aging results in the deterioration and degradation of the natural fat around the cheeks, reducing their volume. This reduction increases the appearance of wrinkles and sagging skin. With a non-surgical injection, Restylane Lyft adds fullness in the cheeks and the middle of the face, resulting in a naturally youthful appearance.

The hyaluronic acid bonds with the elastin and collagen in the skin, providing volume, elasticity and structure. Hyaluronic acid is a natural complex sugar, found in every living organism. This acid can absorb over 1,000 times its weight, which can help to add volume to the surface of the skin.

Restylane Lyft is the first hyaluronic acid-based dermal filler intended to address wrinkles and skin folds on the face. Currently, dermal fillers that use hyaluronic acid as the base constitute the quickest growing product type used in non-invasive cosmetic procedures in the United States.

The hyaluronic acid particles in Restylane Lyft are minimally cross-linked, so they closely mimic the hyaluronic acid that’s found in the body naturally, adding fullness and volume to skin. Results of Restylane Lyft injections typically last between 10 to 18 months and usually require only one treatment. Some patients choose to have a touch-up injection about a year after the initial injection.

In a recent study, two months after Restylane Lyft treatment, 95.2% of 200 patients saw improvement in the appearance of their cheeks. In 88.7% of these patients, their healthcare providers also saw improvement in the fullness of both cheeks.

How Safe Restylane Lyft Is?

People who have severe allergies – especially to gram-positive bacteria or to drugs that have required treatment in a hospital – should not use Restylane Lyft. People who have bleeding disorders or an existing allergy to lidocaine also should not undergo this non-surgical procedure. Restylane Lyft can only be administered to patients over the age of 21.

After initial treatment with Restylane Lyft, possible side-effects include:

  • Tenderness
  • Itching
  • Bruising
  • Swelling
  • Redness
  • Pain
  • Headache

These side effects will decrease over time and are usually resolved within two weeks.

Restylane Lyft is designed to penetrate between the deep dermis and the superficial subcutis, and should be injected in healthy skin that lacks any of the following:

  • Pimples
  • Rashes
  • Skin sores
  • Hives
  • Cysts
  • Infection

If Restylane Lyft is injected in skin with any of these conditions, healing could be delayed and the skin condition might be worsened.

Restylane Lyft can be used in conjunction with other types of fillers that affect the skin at deeper or more superficial layers to provide a natural look and feeling to the skin.

Contact Dr. Mani at San Diego Cosmetic Laser for a consultation to find out if Restylane Lyft is right for you!

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