Lyft (Perlane)

Restylane® Lyft (Perlane®) in Boca Raton at Farber Plastic Surgery

You’ve heard how injectable fillers can help with lines and wrinkles, but these products can’t help with more severe signs of aging, right? You have to have surgery, right? Not true. Dr. Farber and Restylane® Lyft are here to help.

What Is Restylane® Lyft?

Like other injectable fillers, Restylane® Lyft (formally named Perlane®) contains hyaluronic acid that works with the water in your skin to fill in lines and wrinkles. What sets Restylane® Lyft apart from other injectable fillers is that it is specially designed to be injected deeper in the skin where those severe lines form.

Is Restylane® Lyft Right for Me?

Dr. Farber recommends Restylane® Lyft to patients with more severe laugh lines and marionette lines, as well as lines at the corners of the mouth and lipstick lines between the bottom of your nose and the top of your upper lip.

Meet Dr. Farber

Dr. Scott Farber is a board-certified plastic surgeon with over 10 years of experience who is dedicated to providing each patient with high-quality, personalized care. A Southern Florida native, Dr. Farber is well-versed in the latest surgical and non-surgical procedures and techniques.

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What Happens During a Restylane® Lyft Treatment?

Dr. Farber applies a topical anesthetic to help you feel comfortable during the injections. He uses a small gauge, very fine needle to inject Restylane® Lyft into the deep layers of your skin.

How Much Does Restylane® Lyft Cost in Boca Raton, FL?

With Restylane® Lyft, results are immediate and last up to six months, so you should consider this when planning the annual cost. Farber Plastic Surgery offers financing options and consultation appointments with Dr. Farber.

Schedule a Consultation

Ready to get started? Contact Farber Plastic Surgery to schedule your appointment and learn more about the next steps. Our team can’t wait to meet you!


On the Road to Recovery

Restylane® Lyft contains a numbing agent to help minimize the discomfort during your treatment. After the treatment, you may have some symptoms at the injection site, such as bruising, swelling, and tenderness.