Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, soften facial creases, remove wrinkles and improve the appearance of recessed scars. Dr Sadove
incomparable experience with Sculptra will give you very long lasting results. Dr Sadove first began using Sculptra in the mid 1990’s long before its benefits became widely known. At that time it was being produced in a laboratory in Luxembourg. This was long before it was first introduced in the USA. The product was called NewFill in those days. Its applicability is perfectly understandable as its “sister” component from a molecular point of view is used in production of the most common surgical suture material used inside the human body. The material is is made of is called lactic acid. Although it is called an acid, this is only because of the chemical end of the molecule. The main building block is considered as lactose the major sugar molecule of mild. The repeating units of sugar create the extremely large molecule capped poly lactic acid. In the case of sutures it is manufactured into a thread. In the case of Sculptra it is formed into tiny micro-spheres or very little balls a
This procedure is not for Ice Pick and deep Box scars. It can be very helpful for Rolling atrophic scars. It is well tolerated by the tissues. There is little question with regard to its safety. You will want a material like Sculptra to raise the level of the skin, fill the volume loss, and reduce the depression. How many cc’s are required depends on how much of an area you would like to treat.
It is very different than Juvederm and other Hyluronic Acid fillers. It is called a collagen simulator. The Sculptra molecule works slowly over a period of weeks to rebuild the lost collagen.