Preserve Natural Face Movement
Restylane Defyne is a next-generation injectable dermal filler from Galderma, a global force in pharmaceutical cosmetic innovation. Restylane Defyne is FDA-approved for filling deeply set facial lines from corners of the mouth to the chin (marionette lines), and from nose to the corners of the mouth (nasolabial folds).
Proprietary XpresHAn technology allows substantial volume with a natural appearance that does not restrict facial expressions. Dr. Shaun Patel is pleased to offer this treatment at Miami Skin and Vein.
Key Distinctions of Restylane Defyne
Restylane Defyne is formulated with hyaluronic acid (HA). This substance is produced naturally by the human body, so no allergy testing is necessary. There are other HA fillers on the market, however these points set Restylane Defyne apart:
- Lasts up to 12 months.
- This HA gel flexes within the skin during facial movements such as smiling or frowning. The outcome looks soft and natural, not stiff. This is what makes Restylane Defyne ideal for filling laugh lines.
- Defyne is new to the United States, but it has been helping Europeans look younger since 2010 (under the trade name Emervel).
About the Procedure
A daily skin care regimen with high-quality products is essential for healthy, radiant skin. Yet nothing that comes in a jar or tube can match the rejuvenation effects of artistically placed injectable fillers.
Dr. Patel’s patients see immediate results after the first treatment, for a fraction of the cost of surgery. This fresh, more youthful appearance comes with no downtime and minimal risk of side effects.
Restylane Defyne may be used alone or in combination with other fillers and treatments as part of a tailored, comprehensive, non-surgical rejuvenation plan. Dr. Patel is experienced in these techniques, for both men and women.
Would you like to learn more about how to look like a younger, refreshed version of you – not fake or “done” – without surgery? Call 786-618-5039 today for more information about Defyne and other formulations of Restylane.