Introducing Beleza's Newest Filler Option, Restylane Silk!

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Natural-looking, fuller lips may just be an office visit away; Beleza Plastic Surgery has added a new filler to our arsenal!

With Restylane Silk, the only FDA-approved product specifically targeted at the subtle enhancement of the lips and the lines around them, it’s never been easier for Dr. Wooten to add volume to your lips and reverse the signs of aging.

For many people, the thought of lip enhancement brings to mind over-the top examples of lips that have obviously been plumped far beyond their natural volume.

That’s not the case with Restylane Silk. The product is part of the Restylane family of products, which use a naturally-occurring sugar to reverse wrinkles and add volume throughout the face. Restylane Silk utilizes the smallest, smoothest particles of all Restylane products and is delivered with an ultrafine needle, making it perfect for results that are both subtle and precise.

Restylane Silk can be used to treat two common types of facial wrinkles: perioral lines and marionette lines.

Perioral lines are vertical lines that appear on the upper lip. They’re most noticeable when you pucker your lips, but they’re always present. Some people refer to perioral lines as smoker’s lines because they’re especially apparent when you take a drag of a cigarette, but they naturally occur as we age whether you smoke or not.

Marionette lines (also sometimes called the parentheses) on the other hand, are lines that form running downwards from the corners of the mouth.

Restylane Silk can be used to treat these types of wrinkles, and others, that appear on or around the lips. Like any other filler, the results are temporary, but it is still be a great investment, considering it lasts for 6-8 months.

While other types of fillers can be utilized for similar results, Restylane Silk is the only product approved by the FDA that was specifically designed to enhance lips and smooth wrinkles around the mouth. The results are more subtle and natural-looking than ever before.

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Pittsburgh Plastic Surgeon