A Skin Rejuvenation Process that Defies Signs of Aging
Sculptra is a ground-breaking skin rejuvenation treatment that removes common signs of aging, such as wrinkles and fine lines, and leaves behind youthful, firmer skin.
Sculptra Fillers in Dubai at The Nova Clinic
Sculptra is an FDA approved anti-aging treatment that promises long-lasting natural results by stimulating collagen production within the skin. It is a type of dermal filler in which the skin is regenerated from the inside. Like other dermal fillers, Sculptra fillers are also injectable. Their function is to improve the skin’s underlying structure and enhance facial contour. By getting this treatment, you will see a noticeable improvement in your skin. It will become firmer, plumper, and smooth.
At The Nova Clinic, we offer Sculptra fillers to our esteemed clients. This treatment is performed by highly experienced and professional doctors who are provided with premium quality products and state-of-the-art equipment that they use to perform the treatment. Book an appointment now to get Sculptra fillers in Dubai and flaunt youthful skin with a natural glow and sheen.
What are Sculptra Fillers Composed of?
The major component of Sculptra dermal fillers is Poly-L-Lactic Acid. The benefits of this component are scientifically proven. It is mainly responsible for plumping the skin’s dermal and subdermal layers. Furthermore, it fills in fine lines and wrinkles, while rejuvenating the skin. This component also boosts elastin and collagen production. Both of these are vital proteins that ensure the skin remains firm and structurally consistent.
Which Areas can be Treated by Sculptra Fillers?
Apart from the face, you can get Sculptra filler in other body parts as well. Generally, people get it on their hands, breasts, thighs, biceps, and buttocks. However, doctors do not recommend getting this filler on the eyes and lips.
Who is it for?
The application of this treatment requires the patient to be in a good physical and mental state. It is usually considered suitable for those who have visible signs of aging or started to develop them. However, those who have any sort of skin allergy or disorder are not ideal candidates for the treatment. Patients with certain autoimmune diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis, multiple
sclerosis, vasculitis, etc. are advised to avoid this treatment. The doctor at The Nova Clinic will guide you about your eligibility for this treatment during the initial consultation.
Why Choose Sculptra Fillers?
Sculptra Fillers offer a wealth of benefits, which make it one of the strongest anti-aging and skin rejuvenation treatments. Take a look at the reasons why you should choose this treatment:
- One of the longest-lasting fillers. Its results can last up to 25 months.
- Prepares the skin to combat future aging factors.
- Allows collagen build up even after poly-l-lactic has been completely absorbed & processed in the body.
- A minimally invasive treatment that requires little to no downtime.
- A painless procedure that boosts self-esteem and confidence.
- A quick process that takes roughly 15 minutes
How Does Sculptra Filler Work?
Sculptra Filler works by escalating natural collagen production in the skin while softening the facial contours. The process starts with an initial consultation in which the doctor assesses the patient’s skin and ensures they are suitable to undergo this treatment. On the day of the treatment, they mark the targeted site after cleaning the skin carefully. It is preceded by applying a numbing cream so that the patient doesn’t feel any sort of discomfort during the treatment. Then, Sculptra Fillers are injected into the skin.
What Are The Expected Results of Sculptra Filler?
With the help of this treatment, you can flaunt youthful and firm skin without any visible signs of aging. It rejuvenates the skin and makes it look fresh by improving skin laxity. The results, however, are gradual because the body requires time to metabolize the main component of the filler, ‘poly-L-lactic acid’, and stimulate collagen production. But since they are long-lasting, patients are satisfied with the results. It is also recommended to have a realistic expectation from this treatment.
How Many Ampoules Are Necessary?
It depends on various factors, including the patient’s age, skin condition, etc. Usually, a higher number of ampoules are required for patients who have prominent signs of aging.
How Many Sessions of Sculptra Filler Are Required?
Again, this depends on many factors since every patient has a different skin type, and results vary from patient to patient. However, 3 to 4 sessions are required for optimal results of this treatment.
Is Sculptra Filler Treatment Painful?
As fillers are injected into different areas of the body, a numbing cream is applied to the skin so that the patient doesn’t feel any discomfort or pain during the procedure.
What is the downtime of Sculptra Filler?
There is no downtime associated with this treatment. However, your doctor will advise you to follow certain post-treatment guidelines. These include applying an ice pack on the treated area(s), at least thrice a day, massaging the area gently, five times a day for five days, and avoiding direct exposure to the sun. You may also be recommended to not participate in any strenuous activity for one day after the treatment. You can start using make-up after six days of the treatment.
What is the Dubai Sculptra Filler Cost?
There are many factors that impact the cost of Sculptra Filler. Most importantly, the number of sessions and ampoules required in each session defines the pricing range of this treatment. Furthermore, its price also varies from clinic to clinic. At The Nova Clinic, you can rest assured that we offer this treatment at the best possible rates.
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AWARDS & ACCREDITATION'S
Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
American College of Surgeons
The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow
American Society of Plastic Surgeons