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Dr. Harmych offers Restylane Treatments in Cleveland, Ohio
Patients looking for Restylane for facial filler treatments and lip injections in Cleveland, Ohio trust board-certified and fellowship-trained facial plastic surgeon, Dr. Harmych, for all non-surgical lip enhancement and dermal filler procedures. Restylane is a safe and effective way to restore fullness and definition to the skin and lips with minimal risk and very little down time. Dr. Harmych’s exclusive focus is plastic surgery of the face and neck and he performs many Restylane procedures. As a facial plastic surgery specialist, Dr. Harmych is able to achieve natural-appearing and realistic results.
How does Restylane work?
As we age, our skin naturally loses hyaluronic acid, hydration, elasticity and fat. The facial muscles are then working closer to the skin surface, so smile lines and crow’s feet become more apparent. The facial skin also stretches a bit, adding to this loss of facial volume. Restylane® helps to diminish facial lines and restore volume and fullness in the face by filling the spaces where volume was lost. Dermal fillers can also be very helpful in those with early signs of aging. When Restylane is injected directly into areas where the body’s support structures have been weakened, depressions can be raised to the level of surrounding skin. This smoothes and minimizes facial lines and most types of scars. In addition, skin texture is improved and has a softer and more even tone.
What is hyaluronic acid?
Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance in skin that helps provide fullness and elasticity. Hyaluronic acid also adds volume to your face, giving it a healthy, youthful appearance. Restylane cosmetic dermal filler is made of hyaluronic acid.
What does Restylane treat?
Restylane can be used improve:
- Volume and fullness of the lips
- Definition of the lip borders
- Nasolabial folds
- Improve the appearance of under eye hollows or “tear trough”
- Diminish jowling
- Corners of the mouth
- Cheek contour
- Depressed facial scarring
How long does a Restylane injection take?
Treatment with a product from the Restylane® family typically takes less than 20 minutes. Patients should plan 30 minutes for their office visits. Though, some patient prefer topical anesthesia (numbing) before Restylane injection. Those patients should plan on being in the office for about 30-45 minutes.
Is there any down time after injection of Restylane?
Generally, there is little to no downtime after Restylane treatment. Though, patients undergoing lip injection may have mild swelling that lasts 24-48 hours. Patients having Restylane lip injection treatment should plan for about 24 hours of downtime.
View Before and After photographs of Restylane Treatments
Like many people, you may benefit from non-surgical rejuvenation with Restylane. To view before and after photos of recipients of Restylane treatments, click the link below.
Where should I go for Restylane Treatments in northeast Ohio?
Harmych Facial Plastic Surgery is located in the Cleveland, Ohio suburb of Pepper Pike near Beachwood, Ohio. Schedule a consultation at our Beachwood location and see if Restylane treatments are a good option for you.
29225 Chagrin Blvd. #285
Beachwood, Ohio 44122
The before and after photographs presented in the Restylane and lip injection before and after gallery depict actual patients of Cleveland, Ohio facial plastic surgeon Dr. Brian Harmych and have been used with written permission. Please note that our before and after gallery is provided in order to help you visualize the natural results that can be achieved using Restylane at our practice. The before and after Restylane photos are limited to patients who have agreed to allow their photos to be shared. Additional before and after Restylane injection photographs are available in our Cleveland, Ohio office. You will have an opportunity to view additional pre- and postoperative photographs that may be shared only in our office during your personal consultation.