Does Sculptra Work for Jowls and Marionette Lines?
- Asked by skimom in canada
- 4 years ago
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Sculptra for jowls and marionette lines
Yes, it does. However it is important to realize that the injections might not be placed directly in the lines. The goal is to lift up the sagging areas behind and above these lines and jowls. Once those areas are lifted (volumized) then these lines will diminish.
Sculptra is a dermal stimulator and can cause nodules if placed in the muscle or in areas that are t
Sculptra is a dermal stimulator and in my opinion is best used on places where more fullness is needed such as the cheeks and temples. I have had sculptra placed in my face and even in the best hands it can cause tiny hard bumps. For this reason, I am very cautious with the product and use it only in specific areas of the face. If it is placed along the lower jaw bone you can tiny hard pea sized bumps which takes years to go away. Choose only a very experienced injector.
Sculptra is a great way to lift up sagging areas. For jowling and marionette lines, it may be appropriate to use Sculptra in the cheek area. Without seeing you, it is difficult to make an assessment.
Sculptra can help
Yes it can. By filling the cheek and replacing the volume that has been lost over time, the droopiness of the mid face is corrected partially thereby correcting the fallen jowls and to some extent the marionette lines. Direct placement of the Sculptra under the marionette lines may help lift them up. There is also a possibility of improving the jowl by inserting a filler between the forward jowl and the chin. This straightens the line of the jaw near the jowl and makes the jowl less obvious.
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