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Wrinkles are not all alike

There are two types of wrinkles: static and dynamic wrinkles. You can always see static wrinkles, but dynamic wrinkles are visible only during facial movements.

Smile lines, lip lines and crows’ feet around the eyes are examples of dynamic wrinkles. RHA fillers can lessen or eradicate dynamic facial wrinkles and folds, taking years off your appearance. While available in Europe since 2015, they are now approved for use in the U.S. We are proud to be among the first practitioners in south Florida to offer this revolutionary wrinkle treatment.

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What are RHA fillers?

RHA stands for Resilient Hyaluronic Acid. Hyaluronic acid (HA), a natural substance found in the body, has long been used to plump up sagging skin. RHA Collection fillers take HA treatments to the next level. The manufacturing process for RHA fillers provides them with greater resilience, akin to natural HA found in the skin. The FDA has approved the RHA filler collection for correction of moderate to severe dynamic facial wrinkles.

Before this approval, products like Botox were used for treating dynamic wrinkles, but not HA dermal fillers. There are three forms of RHA fillers:

  • RHA 2 – Designed to treat moderate wrinkles.
  • RHA 3 – Capable of treating more severe wrinkles.
  • RHA 4 – Formulated for deep skin injection to smooth folds while restoring volume.

What are the benefits of RHA fillers?

RHA fillers are considered safe. Discuss the best type of filler for your needs with your doctor.

At Allura Aesthetics we strive to deliver the best RHA fillers Boynton beach has to offer, there are three forms of RHA fillers with their own benifets. For instance, if you want to diminish mild fine lines around the mouth, or rid yourself of crows’ feet, RHA2 is probably the right choice. RHA3 can restore a more youthful look to the middle of the face by providing better definition. Lessening deep lines in the nasolabial folds may require RHA4 injections. This level is also an option for facial contouring.

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Am I a Good Candidate for RHA fillers?

Good candidates for RHA fillers want to soften deeper dynamic wrinkles and folds. Discuss your goals with the doctor to determine whether RHA filler Collection are right for you. The FDA limits use of RHA filler to those aged 22 and up. Use is contraindicated for patients with bleeding disorders or a history of severe allergies. Women who are pregnant or nursing are not current candidates for RHA fillers.

RHA fillers Procedure

After marking out the treatment area on your face, the doctor uses a tiny needle to inject the filler. The entire procedure generally takes between 15 and 20 minutes, depending on the size of the target area.

RHA fillers Recovery

There is no downtime for RHA fillers. Boynton beach RHA fillers patients can go about their normal activities after their sessions. In some cases, patients may experience bruising and swelling at the injection site, but those side effects tend to diminish naturally following treatment. After recovery, tell your doctor before undergoing chemical peels or laser treatments on the same area. There is a potential inflammation risk when these therapies are performed after RHA injections.

RHA fillers Results

You will see immediate, natural-looking results after RHA filler treatment. Over the coming weeks, you’ll notice additional improvement. RHA fillers last longer than other fillers. Expect results to last up to 18 months before touch-ups are needed.

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Schedule your RHA fillers consultation with Allura Aesthetics today

For more information about RHA Collection fillers and how you may benefit, schedule a consultation with the team at Allura Aesthetics today.

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RHA fillers FAQs

Will RHA fillers hurt?

Dermal filler injections may cause mild discomfort, but that’s less likely with RHA fillers. They contain small amounts of lidocaine, an anesthetic. If necessary, a patient may also receive a topical anesthetic prior to the procedure.

What are the risks?

RHA fillers are relatively low risk procedures. As with other facial injectables, there is always a slight risk of infection at the injection site. There is also the risk of swelling, bruising and redness.

How much does RHA fillers cost?

RHA filler vials cost between $600 and $1,000. Costs depend on the number of vials necessary for the treatment area.

Does my insurance cover RHA fillers?

Because it is a cosmetic procedure, insurance does not cover RHA filler treatment.

What's the difference between RHA fillers & Juvederm?

Juvederm is a well-known HA filler. It can replace lost volume, but does not do much for dynamic wrinkles. RHA fillers last longer than Juvederm and their resilience makes them more adaptable to facial movements resulting in dynamic wrinkles.

How long is recovery?

RHA fillers require no downtime. Avoid strenuous exercise for 24 hours to minimize bruising. Abstain from alcohol for that period.

There are many “medspas” in South Florida, but here’s only one Allura MedSpa + Wellness. Our highly certified medical professionals ensure that your treatments deliver medically sound and beautiful aesthetic results. At the same time, our luxurious private salon suites offer you the relaxing comfort and decadence of a high-end spa day. Schedule a consultation today to discover why Allura MedSpa + Wellness truly lives up to its name.