Matthew Schulman: The next filler is either Restylane or Juvederm. Both are within the family of hyaluronic acids. It's a sugar-based filler. It is used to fill lines on the face, commonly the nasolabial lines, and also the marionette lines. But it really can be used anywhere where we need to add volume or fill lines.

The filler itself is extremely soft and natural looking when injected correctly. The improvement should look natural and should not look like anything artificial was injected. The body will naturally break these products down, anywhere from six months to a year, depending on where the product was placed, or which specific product was chosen.

The product comes in an individual vial, and the vial is injected in the place that you need it. When you are getting these injections done, you really want to make sure that your physician is using the product from the company as its intended that the product is not obtained from overseas. Don't be embarrassed or ashamed to ask to see the box that the product comes in, because there are a lot of products out there on the market which are essentially knock offs of these products from the company, or are obtained from overseas where we really can't be assured that they're undergoing the same quality assurance that we have in this country.

Restylane and Juvederm

Doctor Matthew Schulman discusses the injectable fillers, Restylane and Juvederm.