Biostimulators are aesthetic treatments that stimulate the body’s natural collagen production to restore volume and improve skin texture. At On The Glow in Porter Ranch, CA, we use leading biostimulators like Sculptra and Radiesse, which are composed of biocompatible and biodegradable materials that trigger collagen synthesis. Unlike traditional fillers that provide immediate volume, biostimulators offer a gradual improvement in skin quality and firmness. They can enhance several areas, including the cheeks, jawline, and temples, and are ideal for patients who prefer a more natural progression of facial rejuvenation.
Patients who choose biostimulator treatments at On The Glow can expect to see initial results within a few weeks, with more significant improvements developing over several months as collagen production ramps up. The effects of these treatments can last up to two years, depending on the individual’s skin condition and lifestyle. Biostimulators are an excellent option for those seeking long-term anti-aging solutions without the need for frequent touch-ups. If you want a naturally youthful look with Sculptra or Radiesse, book your appointment at On The Glow today!
Individuals with mild to moderate signs of aging who wish to enhance skin quality and volume naturally over time are ideal candidates.
While some initial improvement may be noticeable within a few weeks, optimal results typically develop over a few months as collagen production increases.
The results from biostimulator treatments like Sculptra and Radiesse can last up to two years, although individual experiences may vary.
Downtime is minimal, with some patients experiencing temporary swelling or bruising at the injection site.
Before treatment, it’s recommended to avoid medications that can increase bruising. After treatment, patients should follow aftercare instructions, including massaging the area and avoiding excessive sun exposure.
During the treatment, Sculptra or Radiesse is injected into the targeted areas. The procedure is relatively quick, and discomfort is managed through anesthetic injections or creams.
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