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What is Restylane?

Restylane is a well known Hyaluronic Acid dermal filler that has made its way to the top of the market in the field of cosmetic medicine. Due to its versatile and distinctive purposes and results, it is popular amongst some of the best doctors in New York including Dr. Schwarzburg, who has been using several varieties of Restylane at his boutique Upper East Side clinic in Manhattan.

The Restylane line has several branches including Restylane Lyft, Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Kysse, Restylane Contour, and Restylane SkinBoosters. Dysport, a neurotoxin commonly used in place of or along with Botox injections, is also included in the Restylane line. You can learn more about Dysport and its rejuvenating effects. While Dr. Schwarzburg has all of the Restylane products available for use at his clinic, the most popular Restylane products are Resylane Kysse and Restylane Lyft.

Each Restylane product has a unique chemical composition and particle size that makes them individually ideal for different areas of the face that differ in skin thickness and treatment. Restylane products contain Hyaluronic Acid, which is a substance that is naturally found in the body and creates volume by absorbing water in the treatment area, which in turn gently and naturally creates volume in desired areas, including fine lines, wrinkles, under eye hollows, cheeks, nasolabial folds, lips, and more.

Restylane treatment

Which areas of the face and body can you have Restylane treatment?

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  • Restylane for Cheeks: A major sign of aging is loss of volume in the cheeks, creating a hollowness that is often overlooked. When Restylane Lyft is injected into the cheeks, it replaces the hollowness with volume, giving you a fresh and rested look.
  • Restylane tear trough: Hollowness under the eyes can make us appear old and tired, no matter what our age. Restylane injections under the eyes will eliminate that old and tired look, leaving you with a rested and refreshed overall appearance.
  • Restylane lip injections, cupid’s bow, lines above the upper lip: Restylane injections can not only increase volume in the lips, but will reduce and eliminate fine lines and wrinkles surrounding the lips (smoker’s lines), leaving you with a younger and fuller lip. A commonly used Restylane product for the lips is Restylane Kysse.
  • Resylane smile line filler: Nasolabial folds, laugh lines, or smile lines can easily be eliminated with the injection of Restylane filler.
  • Restylane for Marionette lines, corners of the mouth, and jowls: Restylane is a wonderful product to use to fill in folds and lines, such as those that run from the corners of the mouth to the chin, that would otherwise make you appear older.
  • Restylane chin: Non surgical chin augmentation using Restylane injections can enhance the look of your chin profile for a more pronounced and even look.
  • Restylane nose: As an alternative to a surgical rhinoplasty, liquid nose jobs have become increasingly popular. Using Restylane injections, you can smooth out and straighten any bumps and asymmetries that you would like to eliminate on your nose.
  • Restylane for Temple: Indented temples can make your overall face appear more hollow. With the use of Restylane injections, you can restore the youthful convexity in that area.
  • Restylane for Forehead: If you have a concave anatomy, your forehead may appear indented or hollow. For a more rounded and prominent profile, Restylane can add more volume to your forehead.
  • Restylane for Jawline: Restylane can be injected into your jawline to give you a more pronounced and chiseled look.
  • Restylane liquid face lift: Invasive surgery can often be avoided through the use of thoughtfully placed fillers by an experienced and skilled cosmetic dermatologist. Restylane is a commonly used filler to achieve this non surgical face lift, reducing and eliminating the signs of aging, without that obviously “fake” look.
  • Restylane Acne Scars: Restylane is often used to reduce or eliminate acne scars as it lifts your skin and improves its overall texture. It can also be used to fill in more hollow scars.
  • Neck lines: Restylane can be used to fill in circular lines that have formed over the years around your neck.
  • Restylane hands: Restylane can be used to restore volume to the back of the hands, leaving you with more youthful hands.

What is the process of having a Restylane dermal filler injected?

The first step to getting a Restylane dermal filler treatment is a consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg. During this one on one consultation, you will get the chance to discuss all of your questions and concerns with a highly trained and experienced medical professional, Dr. Schwarzburg, who will then develop the perfect treatment plan for your unique and individual needs. Depending on your individual case and goals, Dr. Schwarzburg will establish what kind of dermal filler will be optimal for you. During the consultation you will also discuss your medical record with Dr. Schwarzburg to confirm that you are, in fact, a candidate for the treatment so you can move forward with the process.

Photos will be taken of you for your treatment records and the procedure will either be administered on the same day, or a later date based on your and Dr. Schwarzburg’s schedule to ensure that there is plenty of time for careful and detailed treatment.

Depending on where you will be getting your injections, you may need a topical numbing cream applied for 15 to 20 minutes before your procedure to reduce possible discomfort.

After removing the numbing cream and sanitizing the area, Dr. Schwarzburg will carefully inject the Restylane with the particular technique he has selected for your case. Once the filler is injected, you will see immediate results as it absorbs water in the treatment area.

The side effects are minimal and may include swelling and bruising which can be treated with ice packs on the first day, and a warm compress and arnica gel on the following days until the bruising subsides. The results should last you between 6 and 9 months, and depending on your case, you will be seen one week after your treatment for a follow up appointment.

What to do after Restylane injections?

After injections, the main things to keep in mind is to avoid rubbing and touching the injected area for five days post procedure. You should also avoid heat and exposure to sun for 24 hours post treatment to avoid excessive swelling and redness. On the first day you will be instructed to apply an ice pack to reduce the swelling, followed by a warm compress and arnica gel on executive days until the bruising (should bruising occur) subsides.

Restylane & Restylane-L

Restylane is a popular hyaluronic acid based dermal filler used to fill in wrinkles and creases, as well as hollowness in certain areas of the face, including the under eyes, cheeks, and temples. It can also be used to add volume to areas such as the lips, forehead, chin, and jawline to create a fuller, more even, and prominent profile. Restylane-L was the original Restylane filler and was followed by several additional Restylane products that are now used for a variety of treatments including the above-mentioned areas and more.

What is Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Lyft is typically used for deep lines and hollowness in the face, such as deep wrinkles, hollow cheeks, smile lines (or nasolabial folds), and marionette lines that are found between the corners of the mouth and chin. Restylane Lyft is also FDA approved for hand rejuvenation to restore lost volume in the hands to create a more youthful looking hand.

Restylane Lyft with Lidocaine

Restylane Lyft contains lidocaine which makes the injection far more pleasant than your average filler. In addition, Dr. Schwarzburg often applies a topical numbing cream containing lidocaine to relieve any discomfort during the procedure, making your treatment an easy and painless experience, with amazing results.

Restylane Lyft with Lidocaine

Restylane Lyft contains lidocaine which makes the injection far more pleasant than your average filler. In addition, Dr. Schwarzburg often applies a topical numbing cream containing lidocaine to relieve any discomfort during the procedure, making your treatment an easy and painless experience, with amazing results.

What is Perlane vs Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Lyft and Perlane are virtually the same product. After Juvederm Voluma was labeled a midface augmentation, Galderma, the Restylane manufacturing company, changed the name from Perlane to Restylane Lyft as an attempt to be a direct competitor of Juvederm Voluma, which it is.

What does Restylane Lyft do?

Restylane Lyft is designed to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, particularly those around the mouth, including smoker’s lines, nasolabial folds, and marionette lines using cross-linking technology which allows for a natural look. It is ideal to treat volume loss in the mid face and cheeks and has become one of the most popular fillers to use as such.

How does Restylane Lyft work?

Restylane Lyft works by absorbing water surrounding the injection site, in turn adding volume to hollow areas that have lost volume over time. As we age, our bodies lose hyaluronic acid, collagen, and elastin. With the help of Restylane Lyft injections, you can restore this collagen loss, and create a more youthful and refreshed look without any surgical intervention or down time.

What is the difference between Restyalne and Restylane Lyft?

Restylane is a Hyaluronic acid filler that has been developed into an entire line of Restylane fillers that differ in texture and molecule size, making each individual Restylane filler ideal for different purposes and different treatment areas. Restylane is one of the many lines of Restylane and differs from regular Restylane due to its thicker consistency with the highest stiffness of any hyaluronic acid filler on the market. Aside from Restylane and Restylane Lyft, other Restylane lines include Restylane Defyne, Restylane Refyne, Restylane Silk, Restylane Kysse, Restylane Contour, and Restylane SkinBoosters.

These products can be used individually or in combination for a liquid facelift, allowing for rejuvenating results without having to undergo any surgical procedures.

Which areas can you inject Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Lyft is FDA approved to restore volume in the mid face and hands. It is most commonly used in the under eyes, cheeks, nasolabial folds, and hands, although it can be used in other areas of the face if deemed appropriate by your injector. It is important to note that dermal fillers should only be injected by board certified medical professionals with the experience and expertise to administer the treatment properly without any adverse effects.

Can Restylane Lyft be injected in the temples and how long does it last?

Restylane products, including Restylane Lyft can be used to add volume to the temple area. Fillers in the temple area will add volume resulting in a younger looking and more evened out face. These injection areas are extremely delicate and must be handled with extreme caution during the procedure, and hence only highly experienced doctors like Dr. Schwarzburg are usually qualified to perform them.

Can you use Restylane Lyft in the lips?

While Restylane Lyft can be used in the lips, it will create an exaggerated and possibly unnatural looking and long lasting result. There are several hyaluronic acid fillers including Restylane Silk, Restylane Kysse, Juvederm Ultra, and Juvederm Volbella, that will give you a much smoother and more natural looking result that are usually preferred over Restylane Lyft. During your consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg, you can discuss your desired results in detail and he will suggest the best possible filler to achieve them.

How is Restylane Lyft Treatment performed?

The process of a Restylane Lyft treatment is very straightforward and should not take longer than a total of 45-60 minutes total (including consultation and treatment process). Before the treatment you will have a one on one consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg in which you will have time to discuss your goals, problem areas, and concerns with Dr. Schwarzburg. Taking this into consideration, Dr. Schwarzburg will formulate the optimal treatment plan for your individual needs.

Depending on the treatment area, you may get a topical numbing cream to reduce discomfort during the procedure. The lidocaine based numbing cream will be applied on your sanitized treatment area and left to settle for about 15 to 20 minutes. Once the numbing cream is removed and the treatment area is thoroughly sanitized, Dr. Schwarzburg will carefully administer the filler using a tiny needle.

After the treatment you will be advised to apply an ice pack for the remainder of the day, followed by a warm compress on the following day, should you experience any kind of bruising. The treatment should last you 6 – 9 months.

What are my instructions after injection with Restylane Lyft?

Dr. Schwarzburg will provide you with an ice pack directly after the injections to avoid swelling in the treatment area. If you do bruise, you will be instructed to apply a warm compress as well as arnica gel the following days until the bruising subsides. You should also not rub or touch the area or exercise for 3 – 5 days post treatment, and avoid heat for the first 24 hours to avoid additional swelling.

How long does it take for Restylane Lyft to settle and see the full effects?

Restylane Lyft results are immediate. There may be some swelling and bruising in the treatment area right after the treatment, which will make it more difficult to see the actual results. In this case, you will just have to wait for the swelling and bruising to subside to see your newly rejuvenated and refreshed face.

How long does Restylane Lyft last?

Restylane Lyft usually lasts between 9 and 10 months, however it varies from person to person. It isn’t unusual for patients to get touch up treatments before the fillers completely subside to maintain their results, rather than waiting for the fillers to completely dissolve and then get the whole thing redone.

How much is Restylane Lyft?

The cost of Restylane Lyft varies depending on how many syringes you need and what the treatment area is. The usual number of syringes needed for general areas such as the nasolabial folds and cheeks is typically between 1 and 3 syringes, though this is completely variable depending on the severity of your individual case. In New York an average charge for 1 syringe of Restylane Lyft is between $800 and $1400 and depends on multiple factors, such as anatomical complexity, the number of syringes needed to correct the deficit, the experience of your doctor and the location of the clinic. Once you have your initial consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg, he will help you determine the optimal treatment plan that will meet your expectations as well as your budget.

How much is a syringe of Restylane Lyft?

The cost of one syringe of Restylane Lyft depends on your location, the clinic itself, as well as the experience and qualifications of your injector. The injections should always be administered by an experienced board certified medical professional and the price for Restylane Lyft injections may be more expensive coming from a board certified cosmetic surgeon or dermatologist than it would be coming from a nurse clinician or aesthetician.

Which is better Restylane Lyft or Juvederm Voluma?

Restylane and Juvederm are both FDA approved hyaluronic acid fillers designed to treat wrinkles and enhance the mid-face, and other areas of the face and body including the cheeks, under eyes, nasolabial folds, temples, forehead, jawline, hands, and more. Both Juvederm and Voluma serve the same purpose and are manufactured by two different companies. While there are slight changes in chemical composition, molecule size, and density, there is no “better” filler per se, rather, the correct filler is based on a case by case basis. While Juvederm Voluma may be better for one patient’s needs, Restylane Lyft may better suit another patient’s needs.

Can Restylane Lyft be dissolved to reverse the results?

Just like any other hyaluronic acid filler, Restylane Lyft does have the benefit of being dissolvable with hyaluronidase injections. Hyaluronidase is an enzyme that dissolves hyaluronic acid and will completely eliminate the filler and its results. There are some cases in which new patients come into Dr. Schwarzburg’s clinic to get poorly placed filler dissolved that had left them with asymmetrical or lumpy results. As an expert in the field, Dr. Schwarzburg often transforms poorly administered fillers by dissolving the previous injections with hyaluronidase and properly injecting a new filler to create the patient’s desired result.

Restylane injections and cold sores

If you are someone who gets cold sores or has had them in the past, you may want to avoid injectors or laser treatments as they can trigger an outbreak. You can pre-treat this with Valtrex to avoid this all together.

What are the potential side effects of Restylane Lyft injection?

Restylane Lyft does not involve many side effects but just like other fillers may come with potential swelling, redness, discomfort, and bruising.

How long does Restylane Lyft last under the eyes?

Restylane Lyft under the eyes can last from 6 to 12 months depending on how many syringes you get and how you personally respond to the filler. Some people tend to metabolize the filler quicker than others, which is when it will last closer to 6 months.

How much Restylane Lyft do you need for the cheeks?

How much Restylane Lyft you need for the cheeks varies from case to case but typically ranges 1 – 3 syringes. Depending on how much volume has been lost and what kind of results you are looking to achieve, this may vary. Dr. Schwarzburg will inform you how many syringes would be optimal for your individual needs during your personalized consultation.

How long does Restylane Lyft last in the chin?

Because the chin isn’t a particularly active area, Restylane Lyft lasts about 9 months to a year or longer. Depending on how many syringes need to be used for your desired result and how you respond to the filler the duration may vary.

Restylane Lyft and the jawline

Most people are aware of the different uses for filler in the mid face, however another prominent area that shows significant signs of aging is the jawline and neck area. Jawline fillers can be used to add volume where there would typically be a noticeable jawline. Sometimes, either due to bone structure, fat, or loose skin from weight loss or aging, can cause the jawline to be less prominent. With Restylane Lyft you can add volume to this area and create a structured and chiseled jawline.

How do I get started with Restylane Lyft injections today?

If you are interested in getting Restylane Lyft injections to rejuvenate and refresh your face and hands, you can schedule your one on one consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg today. Dr. Schwarzburg is one of the best cosmetic medicine experts in New York and will give you the most natural and desirable results. You can schedule today by calling (212) 774-4264 or emailing info@skinlyaesthetics.com.

Restylane Lyft for Hand Rejuvenation

An often overlooked area of the body that shows definite signs of aging is the hand. As we age, we lose volume all over our bodies, and this is no different for our hands. Once we lose volume in our hands, they begin to look bonier, veinier, and more wrinkles. Using Restylane Lyft, which has been FDA approved for hand rejuvenation, will restore and plump this lost volume and will leave your hands with a more rejuvenated and youthful appearance.

What is Restylane Kysse?

Restylane Kysse the newest filler in the Restylane line and is specifically designed for lines and volume around the lips. Smoker’s lines (perioral lines) surround the borders of the lips and make us appear older. Restylane Kysse is a gentle filler that is perfect for eliminating these fine lines around the lips. Restylane Kysse is also incredibly popular as a lip filler and is commonly used to create a very natural and soft plump to the lips. A very popular, yet extremely difficult and specialized technique that is often paired with a Restylane Kysse lip filler is the Russian lip technique. The Russian Lip technique can only be administered by the most skilled injectors, Dr. Schwarzburg being one of them. Before the injection of Restylane Kysse in the lips, a topical numbing cream containing lidocaine is applied to reduce discomfort during the injection process.

Restylane Defyne and Restylane Refyne

While both Restylane Defyne and Restylane Refyne can be used for different areas, Restylane Defyne is most frequently used for deeper lines, while Restylane Refyne is more optimal for moderate lines. Depending on Dr. Schwarzburg’s analysis, he will use whichever filler he deems appropriate for your individual case. Restylane Refyne and Defyne both are manufactured using advanced technology called, XpresHAn Technology that uses innovative cross-linking to create a smooth gel that allows for very natural looking results.

When is Restylane Kysse Going to be available?

Restylane Kysse has been available since 2020 but is not yet found at most medical spas. Fortunately, Dr. Schwarzburg has the expertise to inject this filler using many different techniques to create the look that you are trying to achieve. Skinly Aesthetics offers Restylane Kysse and is particularly well known for the Russian Lip technique, which Dr. Schwarzburg is an expert at. The Russian Lip technique is a injection technique used to create a full, yet natural looking lip, by drawing the filler upwards rather than outwards, which allows the lip to have its volume in an upward formation, instead of protruding forwards, which often results in the “ducky look” that so many try to avoid. For more information on the Russian Lip technique, click here.

Restylane Contour for mid-face cheek augmentation

Restylane Contour is another new filler in the Restylane line that is FDA approved for cheek augmentation and for the use of midface contour to restore volume loss. Unlike many other fillers, Restylane Contour is designed to allow flexibility and movement after injection. Volume loss in the midface and cheeks is a common and inevitable sign of aging that can be treated with Restylane Contour injections by a skilled medical professional.

Restylane for tear trough: under eye filler

There are a ton of fillers that are used under the eyes to fill hollowness and loss of volume in the tear troughs. Restylane-L is the best filler to use under the eyes and is most commonly used for that area. Dark circles and under eye hollows are a tell tale sign of aging, which is why under eye filler has become so popular. Under eye filler is also commonly paired with cheek filler, as the two areas go hand in hand.

Restylane Silk for lip injection

Restylane Silk is specifically designed to treat fine lines and wrinkles around your lips and to add volume to the lip. Because of its small particle size, Restylane Silk is a very soft and gentle filler that is ideal for fine lines such as those that form around our lips as we age, that are also commonly called smoker’s lines and perioral lines.

Restylane Defyne for chin augmentation

Restylane Defyne was FDA approved for chin augmentation and has been used since to add volume to the chin to create a more pronounced profile view of the chin. Chin injections are often paired with a jawline filler to add more definition to their profile without surgical intervention such as chin or jaw implants.

What is Restylane Volyme?

Restylane Volyme was designed to be paired with restylane Defyne and Restylane Refyne and is a denser and firmer injectable that is commonly used to add a more significant amount of volume to the desired area. As we age, loss of tissue volume in the face is a common yet inevitable part of the process. Volyme can be injected to several parts of the face including the cheeks, chin, jowls, and jawline to lift and add volume to an aging and hollow face.

Restylane SkinBoosters

Restylane SkinBoosters are used to improve the quality of your skin and its texture by offering extra hydration and elasticity to the skin. It differs from other fillers as its administration requires several microinjections throughout the face, rather than injections to address one specific area to add volume. Aging causes our bodies to lose hyaluronic acid, elastin, and collagen, which results in hollowness, wrinkling, and uneven texture of the skin. The hyaluronic acid based filler works by absorbing the water surrounding the injection site, adding volume, moisturization, elasticity, and firmness. Restylane SkinBoosters work best over the course of three treatments spaced four weeks apart. Restylane SkinBoosters are a great way to maintain a youthful and revitalized look and will leave you with long lasting results with regular maintenance visits.

What is the difference between Juvederm and Restylane?

Both Restylane and Juvederm are hyaluronic acid based dermal fillers that are used to add volume to areas of the face, neck, and hands that have become hollow through the loss of adipose tissue or replace lost collagen in the deep dermis of the skin. Juvederm, manufactured by Allergan often gives slightly more volume than Restylane fillers, while Restylane, made by Galderma, is often used for more specific areas that require a softer filler with less swelling. Both Restylane and Juvederm have different fillers in their lines that are designed for different purposes and treatments. Juvederm Volbella, for example, is a direct competitor with Restylane Silk, as they both offer similar results. While they all differ from one another, there is no one filler that is better than the other. Dr. Schwarzburg selects the filler he uses on his patients based on their specific needs and conditions. In some cases this means that Restylane is ideal, while in other cases a type of Juvederm filler will bring optimal results.

Can you mix Juvederm and Restylane?

There are no negative reactions between Juvederm and Restylane, in fact, they are often combined since they both work well for different areas. Because they are both hyaluronic acid based fillers, they can be used interchangeably or together.

What are the side effects of Restylane injections?

While side effects are a possibility with any minimally invasive procedure, the side effects of Restylane injections are fairly minimal and include redness, swelling, and bruising after the procedure. There may be some tenderness in the treatment area after the procedure, but all of these side effects will subside over the course of 3 days to two weeks (if you bruise). There are some other, more serious side effects that include infections, allergic reactions, keloids, and superficial necrosis at the injection site. These side effects are very rare and can also be treated should they occur.

To speed up the healing process you will be instructed to apply an ice pack on the first day after the treatment, followed by a warm compress and arnica gel on the following days to treat bruising. You should also avoid exercise and touching the area for the next 3 – 5 days to avoid migration of the filler until it has fully settled.

What are the contraindications for Restylane injections?

The contraindications for Restylane injections include:

  • Anaphylaxis (severe reactions)
  • Lidocaine or hyaluronic acid allergy
  • Bleeding disorders
  • Pregnancy
  • Cysts or pimples in the treatment area

What is Restylane?

Restylane is a hyaluronic acid based dermal filler, which is FDA approved for the treatment of loss of tissue volume in the midface and hands. It can also be used in other areas and for purposes other than volume loss, such as filling in wrinkles, improving the quality of your skin, and adding volume to the lips, chin, and jawline.

Am I a candidate for Restylane injections?

If you are suffering from age related or genetic based tissue volume loss, deep wrinkles, or other general signs of aging, Restylane may be the perfect treatment for you. Overall it is safe to say that almost everyone is a candidate who wants to reverse the signs of aging or enhance an already attractive profile. Moderation and natural results are always in fashion, so you will never look fake or overdone. Depending on your goals and overall concerns, Dr. Schwarzburg will give you a detailed consultation to help you establish the appropriate treatment plan to meet your individual needs.

What is Restylane used for?

Restylane is a hyaluronic acid based filler FDA approved for several areas of the face, neck, and hands. It is most commonly used for the under eyes, cheeks, and nasolabial folds, but can also be injected into the temples, jawline, nose, chin, lips, and neck.

What is the cost of Restylane injections?

The cost of Restylane injections varies based on the type of Restylane filler, the treatment area, the number of syringes, as well as your geographical location and the qualifications of your injector. In NYC you may have to spend anywhere from $700 to $1500 for 1 syringe of Restylane.

How long does Restylane last?

Restylane typically lasts between 6 and 12 months, depending on how your body responds to the treatment and how much is injected. Some people tend to metabolize the filler quicker than others, and for some people the results will last over a year. If you lead a very active lifestyle the Restylane gel may degrade faster because of the increased metabolism and blood flow.

How much is Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Volyme was designed to be paired with restylane Defyne and Restylane Refyne and is a denser and firmer injectable that is commonly used to add a more significant amount of volume to the desired area. As we age, loss of tissue volume in the face is a common yet inevitable part of the process. Volyme can be injected to several parts of the face including the cheeks, chin, jowls, and jawline to lift and add volume to an aging and hollow face.

How much is Restylane Lyft?

Restylane Lyft pricing varies depending on how much you need, the treatment area, and the geographical location you are in. The price also may vary based on the qualifications of your injector, for example, a board certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist will likely charge more than a nurse.

How much is Restylane for under eye injections?

Restylane for under eye injections is priced based on how much you need and the geographical location you are in, but you should expect to pay anywhere from $900 to $1800 per 1ml of Restylane. The price also may vary based on the qualifications of your injector, for example, a board certified plastic surgeon or dermatologist will likely charge more than a nurse.

How much is Restylane Kysse?

The cost of Restylane Kysse varies depending on how much you need and where you are getting it injected. On average, the cost of 1 syringe of Restylane Kysse is anywhere from $700 to $1200 in New York, and can be influenced by multiple factors, such as the complexity of the case and the number of syringes used. The pricing may also vary based on the qualifications of your injector. For example, a board certified MD may charge higher than an aesthetician or nurse at a medical spa.

How does Restylane work?

Restylane works through an injection in the treatment area using a tiny needle. The hyaluronic acid based gel is hydrophilic and will absorb the water surrounding the injection site, expanding 2-3 times its original size and creating volume in the areas of concern. The results should last approximately 6 – 12 months.

Is Restylane just for the face?

While Restylane is typically injected in the mid-face in areas such as the cheeks, under eyes, and nasolabial folds, it can also be injected in deep lines in the neck and in the hands for rejuvenation.

Can I combine Restylane with other cosmetic procedures?

Restylane can be combined with other fillers as well as other cosmetic procedures. Neurotoxins such as Botox are often paired with Restylane to eliminate fine lines in the treatment area. Depending on your overall aesthetic goals, other treatments such as PDO threads may also be combined with Restylane for an extra lifting effect.

Which is better Juvederm or Restylane?

There is no right answer to whether Juvederm or Restylane is the better filler. Both Restylane and Juvederm are hyaluronic acid based fillers that work in similar ways for different purposes. In some cases a Restylane filler may be better, while in other cases Juvederm is the way to go. Once you have your consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg, he will determine which will be the optimal filler for you.

Can Restylane even out uneven lips?

Restylane can be used to add volume to the lips. Because of its volumizing effects, it can be also placed carefully around the lips to even out asymmetry.

How much Restylane is used for lip injections?

Depending on how thin your lips are and what kind of results you are looking for, the average number of Restylane used for lip injections is between 1 and 3 syringes.

Can Restylane be used to treat acne scars?

Restylane serves several purposes and can be used to add volume to hollow areas, even out asymmetry in the face, and fill in scars. Restylane can be used to decrease or eliminate the appearance of acne scars.

Do Restylane Injections hurt?

While Restylane injections are fairly painless, in some cases, for example during lip injections, a topical numbing cream can be applied to the treatment area to reduce overall discomfort. There is also lidocaine inside the filler itself, making the overall treatment more tolerable.

What should I expect during the procedure?

The procedure itself will only take 15 – 30 minutes. Before administration, Dr. Schwarzburg will sanitize the treatment area to avoid infection. The injections are administered with a tiny needle and based on your unique needs, Dr. Schwarzburg will use specific injection techniques to achieve your desired result. After the injections, the treatment area will be sanitized once again and you will be sent home with an ice pack and post care instructions.

Who should be performing Restylane injections?

Restylane injections should be administered by an experienced trained medical professional. The best injectors in NYC are administered by board certified cosmetic surgeons and dermatologists such as Dr. Schwarzburg. Dr. Schwarzburg has several years of experience in the field in which he has acquired multiple techniques and skills along the way to achieve each and every one of his patient’s desired outcomes.

Is Restylane safe?

Restylane is an FDA approved hyaluronic acid based filler that is deemed safe as long as it is injected by a trained and qualified medical professional, such as Dr. Schwarzburg.

How soon until I see results from Restylane injections?

Restylane injection results are seen immediately after the procedure. Sometimes bruising and swelling is a side effect of the injections, in which case it may be slightly harder to see the actual result. To speed up the healing process you can apply a cold compress

How soon until I see results from Restylane injections?

Restylane injection results are seen immediately after the procedure. Sometimes bruising and swelling is a side effect of the injections, in which case it may be slightly harder to see the actual result. To speed up the healing process you can apply a cold compress

Who makes Restylane?

Restylane was first on the market branded as Perlane. It is now manufactured and distributed by Galderma, a company established in 2006 and was renamed Restylane.

What is Restylane made of?

Restylane is a hyaluronic acid based filler and has slightly different chemical compositions for each of its different products. Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is naturally found in the body and helps restore and produce volume.

How to book a consultation

Dr. Schwarzburg is an expert in the field of cosmetic and laser medicine. If you are interested in scheduling a consultation with Dr. Schwarzburg you can contact us at (212) 774-4264 or email us at info@skinlyaesthetics.com.