Posted February 09, 2015 in Beauty, Blog, Sculptra, Uncategorized

Sculptra TreatmentWhat is it that gives your skin the tight and polished look when you are young? Of the many factors that contribute to it, one of the key elements is collagen. It is a form of protein which connects and supports body tissues like skin, bone, tendons, muscles and cartilage. It works with kretin to give skin its elastic nature. As we age reduced production of collagen leads to wrinkles, folds in the skin, hollowed out facial features and sagging skin around the neck and below the chin. This aging process and looks can be partly reversed by Sculptra treatment. Sculptra in Los Angeles is facial filler which when injected into specific points in the face encourages collagen production and adds volume to facial features resulting in a youthful appearance.

This procedure is non-surgical and non-invasive with minimum recovery period and is therefore often called a mini facelift. Four injections are generally required depending on the extent of corrections and are administered at 3 week interval. Initial results are noticeable almost immediately even though it might take up to 3-4 months after the course is completed for the full impact to be visible.

If you consider treatment with Sculptra in Los Angeles, make sure that you get an experienced and reputed Board Certified Surgeon to carry out the procedure. Dr. Michael Persky, MD, an expert in facial Surgery in Los Angeles is especially trained in Sculptra treatment. He has great knowledge of facial anatomy an attribute that is essential for this procedure as it requires the fillers to be administered in exact doses and points in the face. Any deviation will give a bloated, lop-sided and unnatural look. Schedule a preliminary consultation with him and discuss the extent to which your goals for having perfect facial features can be achieved.

image001Dr. Michael Persky and Dr. Sarmela Sunder are located in Encino, California and Beverly Hills, California but service all of Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. Including, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, Hancock Park, Brentwood, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Malibu, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Calabasas, Woodland Hills, Tarzana, Westlake, Thousand Oaks, Agoura Hills, La Canada, Pasadena, and more. Please subscribe to our blog by clicking the link above, right, and “Like” us on Facebook. Thank you! + Michael Persky