The FDA Approves Sculptra Aesthetic, A Facial Injectable for Correction of Nasolabial Folds and other Facial Wrinkles
As the economy is trying to recover, the FDA is working hard to put a smile on our wrinkled brows.
You can hide your hips under a skirt and suck in your stomach with shapewear, but the one thing a woman can never hide is her face. It’s the first thing people see and the last thing they remember. Warring with wrinkles is a woman’s constant battle and let’s face it, creams can’t fix deep facial wrinkles and face lifts require a lot of recuperation time.
In all fairness to the fairer sex, men face similar problems in our competitive society.
So the good news for people suffereing from deflated cheeks in this deflated economy, The FDA has recently approved SculptraAesthetic, a treatment for the correction of smile lines, contour deficiencies and other facial wrinkles.
Why SculptraAesthetic is Different (according to the company):
· It targets the underlying causes of the signs of facial aging
· It works gradually deep within the dermis and helps replace lost collagen by subtly correcting facial wrinkles and folds
· It lasts up to two years
"We are excited by the FDA approval of Sculptra®Aesthetic because it changes the landscape of what physicians can offer patients seeking natural and gradual looking results from an aesthetic injectable that is long-lasting,” said Doris Day, M.D., Clinical Assistant Professor of Dermatology at New York University and in private practice in New York City. “Sculptra®Aesthetic allows for a natural correction.”
For further information and a link to the full press release please visit http://www.sculptra.us/us/default.aspx.
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