I have been told its better to get fraxel first and then restalyne a few weeks later, however, I don't want to get fraxel until the winter months around October, if I got restalyne now to my face and then fraxel in a few months would the results be as good as the other way round. Would it make any difference?
Can I Get Restalyne Now and Have Fraxel to my Face a Few Months Later?
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Restylane and fraxel laser resurfacing
I don't think there would be any significant reason why you couldn't do them fairly close together - when you space the two treatments a few months apart it won't be any different than scheduling them within a week or two of each other.
Restylane is great and by all means you can have Fraxel even a few weeks after
You can do either Restylane or Fraxel a few weeks apart. It would not matter at all which order you did them but you cannot do them at the same time. That combination is usually the best for facial rejuvenation. I think you will love the Fraxel. It is my favorite laser!
Restylane then Fraxel...
You can absolutely have Restylane injected now and Fraxel a fewe months later. This will be no problem with that.
Hope this helps. Enjoy.
Dr. Grant Stevens Marina PlasticSurgery Associates Marina del Rey, CA The Institute
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It is quite alright to get filler now and then get Fraxel Dual a few months later. There will be no change in the results of the filler and it will not adversely affect the Fraxel. There are a number to studies to support this.
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