Hi Folks, I'm 32, have developed initial signs of nasal folds, and have begun to seek treatment options. Sculptra, seems to be highly recommended for folds, however, it is also advertised as a means to promoting collagen. From research, it appears folds are a direct result of volume loss within the cheeks. If this is the case, why would a filler promoting collagen production be used, if the issue is fat/volumes loss? I mean, wouldn't a diet rich in Kale also promote collagen production?
If Sculptra promotes collagen production, why use to correct folds?
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Nasolabial folds and correction
Sculptra and fold correction
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