Perlane is a dermal filler used to soften wrinkles, facial folds and scars
Dr. Roly Borges is an expert in the application of non-surgical aesthetic injectable treatments
Perlane is made from hyaluronic acid gel. It is a FDA-approved substance. Since this natural substance does not contain animal products, you will have no risk of allergies. Unlike plastic surgery, Perlane is a non-invasive treatment.
Perlane reduces lines around the nose, mouth, folds, scars, and other facial skin depressions. It lasts longer than collagen and it is safe only if an expert dedicated to cosmetic treatments applies the substance. Perlane results generally last for about six months.
The procedure only takes about 30 to 45 minutes. There is no recovery time after Perlane injections are done, you can get back to your normal activities and enjoy your smooth and revitalized skin for the next six months.
The procedure can take 40 minutes or less. After getting Perlane, you can be back to your usual activities. Perlane does not need any allergy test because it does not contain any animal proteins.
Typically, a local or topical anesthetic is applied. Once it takes effect, Perlane is injected into the target area (lips, wrinkles, cheek area, chin, folds, scars or eye area) using a tiny, fine needle. Introducing the dermal filler underneath the skin’s surface only lasts two seconds.
Perlane is made of hyaluronic fluid. Perlane effects usually lasts about six months. The substance is gradually broken down and eliminated by the body.
Always tell your doctor about any medications you are taking. Some substances can increase bleeding and bruising, so your doctor will let you know if you need to stop taking them before the injections.
There is little or no downtime required after getting Perlane. Side effects are minimal. However, if you experience any symptoms, including excessive swelling and severe reactions, you may notify the doctor for further instructions.
It is of vital importance that you only visit licensed professionals with the knowledge and experience to administer the Perlane into your facial skin.
Perlane is approved in the United States for the treatment of facial wrinkles and folds. The FDA first approved this dermal filler in 2007. Perlane has a favorable feature: the substance does not contain animal proteins as some collagens do. Therefore, there is no need for an allergy skin test before the treatment. Perlane contains a natural substance already present in our body.
Perlane has some minor effects including pain, redness and swelling. These side effects are temporary. They normally last less than seven days.
Perlane consists of a major component of hyaluronic acid, which is a natural element already present in the body. The substance is usually well-tolerated.
Swelling may be more likely in patients under 36 years, and bruising may be more likely in patients over 35 years.
The FDA approved Perlane in 2007. When Perlane is injected into wrinkled skin it adds fullness and reduces the prominence of wrinkles.
When it comes to cosmetic treatments, choose a certified physician in application of dermal fillers. Avoid at all costs enhanced side effects such as muscle or nerve damage by visiting a professional with extensive experience in the field. Take your time to do your research and schedule a consultation to talk with your healthcare professional about your expectations and concerns before getting Perlane. Call to book your appointment today.
Dr. Roly Borges is an expert in the application of non-surgical aesthetic injectable treatments including Botox, Restylane, Juvederm, Dysport, Perlane, Radiesse, Platelet Rich Plasma, and Pelleve.
Now based in NYC, Dr. Roly Borges graduated from Iberoamerican University School of in Santo Domingo. He was a fellow at North Shore University Hospital and is certified by The American Board of Medical Specialties in Internal Medicine.
In addition to his first-class Medical Spa and Skin Rejuvenation treatments, Dr. Borges currently leads a private practice in Astoria, NY serving as a primary care physician and internist and is affiliated with Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens and North Shore LIJ, specializing in Hypertension, Cholesterol, Diabetes, Thyroid, Allergies, and more.