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Restylane Silk – Get Supple and Plumber Lips for a Younger Look

If you have aging signs around your mouth and thinned lips, Restylane Silk can help in restoring your young look. This is an FDA-approved product that is designed to fill the fine lines around the mouth and plump the lips for a younger looking appearance. You can consider getting Silk lip treatment if you have fine lines on your mouth and the sides. Also to that, the treatment would be useful if your lips are thinning or losing shape as a result of aging. Dr. Bloch is a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 25 years of experience in cosmetic procedures and offers this treatment at his facility Body by Bloch. Patients can book an appointment at Body by Bloch by calling 1-847-686-3183 or going to at www.bodybybloch.com.

What is Restylane Silk?

Restylane Silk is a product made from a formulation of Hyaluronic Acid (HA). HA is a naturally occurring sugar in our bodies and helps in maintaining the skin supple. If used in lip augmentation, Silk creates a full appearance for a smooth result. This product has smaller particles than those used in other dermal fillers that enhance smoother and more natural looking results.

How does Restylane Silk work?

A trained physician will inject Restylane Silk into the lips and in the lines around the mouth using an ultrafine needle. The amount used per treatment should be limited to 1.5mL per lip for augmentation, and 1.0mL for correcting fine lines around the mouth. Using more than this could increase the risk of negative reactions at the injection site, such as swelling and bruising.

What are the results?

Restylane Silk has no downtime; you will be able to go back to work after the in-office treatment that is safely performed at Body by Bloch. You can expect to see a visible increase in fullness after two weeks following treatment. The results will be more natural looking compared to implants because Restylane Silk has small and smooth particles. With this lip augmentation treatment, you should expect your results to last for about six months. Your aesthetician will advise you on when to come for repeat injections to help you maintain your youthful-looking lips.

Important safety information

Indication: Restylane® Silk is indicated for submucosal implantation for lip augmentation and dermal implantation for correction of perioral rhytids in patients over the age of 21.

Restylane Silk contains traces of gram-positive bacterial protein and is contraindicated for patients with allergies to such material or for patients with severe allergies that have required in-hospital treatment. Restylane Silk should not be used by patients with bleeding disorders, with hypersensitivity to amide-type local anesthetics, such as lidocaine, under the age of 22, or by women who are pregnant or breastfeeding. Restylane Silk should not be injected anywhere except the dermis or lip submucosa.

Use of Restylane Silk at the site of skin sores, pimples, rashes, hives, cysts, or infection should be postponed until healing is complete. The most commonly observed side effects are swelling, tenderness, bruising, pain, and redness at the injection site. These are typically mild in severity and resolve in 2-7 days after treatment. Serious but rare side effects include delayed onset infections, recurrence of herpetic eruptions, and superficial necrosis and scarring at the injection site. Do not implant into blood vessels. Use with caution in patients recently treated with anticoagulant or platelet inhibitors to avoid bleeding and bruising.

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