Restylane® in Boca Raton at Farber Plastic Surgery
Have an extra 30 minutes in your day? Dr. Farber can help you fight the signs of aging and still leave time for lunch!
What Is Restylane®?
Hyaluronic acid, or HA, is abundant in young skin and helps maintain a smooth and full appearance. Restylane® restores your skin’s HA to fill in the lines and wrinkles, and the results are long lasting.
*Individual results may vary
Is Restylane® Right for Me?
Dr. Farber may recommend Restylane® for your moderate to severe lines and wrinkles if you are looking for a long-term result and don’t mind gradual improvement.
Meet Dr. Farber
Dr. Scott Farber is a fourth-generation physician, and practices as an aesthetic surgeon in Boca Raton, Florida. Having trained and honed his skills at some of the nations’ most prestigious institutions, he is a sought-after surgeon. He aesthetic eye and medical expertise allow him develops personalized treatment plans together with his patients.
What Happens During a Restylane® Treatment?
Restylane® is injected into the treatment area with a tiny needle, and the hyaluronic acid goes to work attracting and binding with water. You will see some improvement after your first treatment, and Dr. Farber will schedule your second treatment in about four to nine months.
Schedule a Consultation
There are numerous associated benefits with taking your physical appearance into your hands. Confidence and comfort within yourself are essential to a healthy, enjoyable lifestyle. Change is beneficial, but not necessarily an easy decision to make.
If you are ready to explore changing some aspects of yourself with a trusted plastic surgeon, reach out to us at Farber Plastic Surgery. We can have an informal phone or email discussion, or you can schedule an appointment to meet the team and discuss what comes next for you.
We look forward to hearing from you and helping you become the best version of yourself you can be!
On the Road to Recovery
Restylane® takes time to work with your skin to reduce the signs of aging, typically up to 18 months. After each treatment, you may have some minor discomfort around the injection site for one to three days.