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Where is Restylane used?

The Restylane family of products can be used to increase volume and fullness to the face in order to enhance the appearance of medium-to-highly apparent wrinkles and folds. Commonly treated areas include smile lines, smokers or lipstick lines to the upper lip, under eyes and lips. This product adds fullness and definition to the lips for youthful lip enhancement and is often utilized in treating wrinkles around the corners of the mouth all the way down to the jawline (marionette lines). Quite versatile in its application, forehead furrows often see improvement from this dermal filler treatment, as well as the smoothening out of small bumps or irregularities on the nasal bridge. Restylane Lyft, formerly Perlane are larger sized volume fillers and you should ask your physician which is best for you depending on the location of the area being corrected.

All filler products are administered by Michael Caglia, M.D. or Anthony Caglia, M.D., who have been using these these fillers for years.

Who should not get the Restylane family of products?

The Restylane family of products should not be used by people with previously bad allergic reactions, particularly to certain microorganisms known as gram-positive bacteria; by people with previous bad allergies to drugs who have required hospitalization or by people with bleeding disorders. Restylane Lyft is a producs that contains the anesthetic lidocaine to increase patient comfort on injection. However, if you are allergic to lidocaine notify your doctor prior to getting this filler as this should not be used. This filler is available without the anesthetic if a patient has allergies to lidocaine.

Call our office for a consultation to see which filler is best suited for you particular problem at 972-347-1100.  We see patients from Prosper, Celina, McKinney, Frisco, Plano and Allen TX,


Dallas, Texas


7777 Forest Lane
Bldg C Ste 270
Dallas, TX 75230
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