I get cheeks with Restylane (dermal fillers) filler or perlane filler. How long filler lasts?

Filler Duration. In my experience, hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane (dermal fillers) and Perlane last about 9 months up to and just over 12 months when used for cheek augmentation. Perlane should last somewhat longer than Restylane (dermal fillers) due to it's more heavily crosslinked ha design.
What you really want. What you really want to know is how long will the result last. The material may last about 9-12 months, but they are about as soft as warm jelly. They ooze and move slowly. If you have lost a lot of volume, they may ooze down to bone and look like they are gone, but they are still there, stimulating collagen growth. You may need more than 1 treatment to get long lasting results.
Fillers. Restylane (dermal fillers) and perlane can last 6-12 months. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon.
4 + months. Hyaluronic acid fillers such as Restylane (dermal fillers) and Perlane may last at least 4 months and up to 12 or more months depending on location and individual patient response.
6-12 months. Hyaluronic acid fillers tend to last between 6 and 12 months, depending on the location of placement. The less movement there is in the location, the longer that the product will last! sometimes after multiple injection rounds accumulate product, however, the filler may last a little longer and you might need touch-ups at longer intervals.
Depends. Filler can last up to a year or longer in the cheek as this area is not mobile. It does not last long in the nasolabial folds.
Varies. Both are hyaluronic acid fillers but Perlane (dermal fillers) is designed to last longer. Restyale may last up to 6-9 months and Perlane (dermal fillers) up to a year and perhaps a bit longer. When used in areas that have more movement such as the lips these tend to not last as long.

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If I get cheeks filled with Restylane (dermal fillers) or perlane filler. How long will it work?

Restylane (dermal fillers) & Perlane. Depending on the amount of correction and injection strategy, Restylane (dermal fillers) or Perlane can last between 9 to 15 months. Read more...
9-12months. Fillers typically last about 9-12 months once you have complete correction radiess is about 12-15 months if not longer. Maintain your weight b/c that is the biggest reason why patients feel it doesnot last. Increase and loss of facial fat with weight loss is not loss of filler but loss of your facial fat. Read more...
3-6 months. Restylane (dermal fillers) is a poor choice for injecting cheeks. It does not last very long and is not very structural. Perlane is better and is a good choice because it is reversible. I prefer Radiesse for cheeks because it is a firmer substance and lasts considerably longer. Radiesse is not reversible so only get it from very experienced practitioners. Read more...
What you really want. What you really want to know is how long will the result last. The material may last about 9-12 months, but they are about as soft as warm jelly. They ooze and move slowly. If you have lost a lot of volume, they may ooze down to bone and look like they are gone, but they are still there, stimulating collagen growth. You may need more than 1 treatment to get long lasting results. Read more...
Cheek rejuvenation. Depends on the product. Be sure to seek an experienced injector, as he/she will be able to give you the best treatment for your specific face. Restylane (dermal fillers) lasts 6-12 months depending on location. I prefer sculptra for volumizing the face as it is long lasting and builds up your body's own collagen. Sculptra is only sold to facial plastic surgeons, plastic surgeons and cosmetic derms. Good luck! Read more...
Restylane (dermal fillers) Dear sublimeandetiz, -restylane generally lasts about a year in the cheeks depending on your metabolism -it looks great and really rejuvenates the face best regards, nima shemirani. Read more...
Fillers. Injections into the cheeks is an off label use of these products, Restylane (dermal fillers) and perlane can last 6-12 months. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...

What's the difference between perlane and restylane (dermal fillers)? They seem to have the same ingredients. So why is my doctor recommending perlane over restylane (dermal fillers)? .

Both . Both Restylane (dermal fillers) and Perlane are hyaluronic acid (ha) fillers. The difference between then relates to the overall size of the ha particles. It's this difference in products that would make your doctor want to use one over the other, mainly related to where they want to place it. Read more...
Perlane (dermal fillers) . Perlane and Restylane (dermal fillers) very similar but there are different characteristics that your surgeon may want to exploit. Perlane is a little thicker and may last longer. Depending on the location and depth of injection, one may be better than the other. Best wishes dr. Peterson. Read more...
Perlane (dermal fillers) . Perlane and Restylane (dermal fillers) are both hyaluronic acids that have been stabilized. Perlane has a larger particle matter and will last longer in properly selected areas on the face or the body. Good luck from nyc. For more info visit www.Drgrossman.Com. Read more...
Particle size. You are correct, both are made from the same base compound (hyaluronic acid). Difference is in that these molecules are bonded together differently. Perlane (dermal fillers) has more bonded together forming a larger "particle" (still very small, not visible to the eye). Given this size, the Perlane (dermal fillers) is usually recommended for deeper lines and creases. Read more...
Perlane (dermal fillers) thicker. Perlane is a thicker version of Restylane (dermal fillers) so lasts longer and gives more volume due to the larger particle size, therefore you get more "bulk" and lifting with perlane. These properties make Perlane more suited for deeper folds such as nasolabial folds and marrionette lines whereas Restylane (dermal fillers) is better for lips and tear trough where the skin is thinner. Read more...
Perlane/restylane. Perlane (dermal fillers) is "thicker" and more effective for heavier lines and folds. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...

My old derm suggestd Perlane (dermal fillers) for my cheeks but I want Voluma for more long-term results. As patient can I insist on Voluma? Or shld I get a 2nd opinion?

Perlane (dermal fillers) or Voluma. While both Perlane (dermal fillers) and Voluma are injectable hyaluronic acid gels for soft tissue augmentation, Voluma is recommended for deeper tissue placement and is reported to last up to two years. The cost of Voluma is significantly more than other fillers. You can insist on a certain filler, sure, but also seek the wisdom of an experienced doctor and determine the reasoning behind the recommendation. Read more...
Voluma . Voluma works great for mid facial volume filling lasting up to 2 years. Because it is a newer FDA approved filler, some providers may not be trained or comfortable in its technique. If u want voluma, I would seek out a reputable office that performs several voluma injections, and you can get an honest opinion to evaluate if it's right for you. Read more...

Injectable rhinoplasty with Restylane (dermal fillers) filler typically lasts how long?

6 to 9 months. Radiesse (dermal fillers) is another filler that can change the appearance of the nose. It lasts longer - about a year. Read more...
6-12 months. It seems to last a little longer in this location than in the lips or nasolabial folds. But on average, about 8-9 months. Read more...
Filler in nose. Hyaluronic acid fillers last typically 6-12 months. However, when injected in the nose, the experience is variable with each patient because injection in the nose is very different than injection into a wrinkle or fold. Read more...

How does the cost of perlane (dermal fillers) compare to other fillers? It seems like perlane (dermal fillers) is more expensive than some others. Does it last enough longer to make the extra cost worth it? .

It . It is worth the additional cost. Compared to it sibling, restylane, (dermal fillers) it lasts 6 months to a year longer. Medicis-the company that sells Restylane (dermal fillers) & perlane- say Restylane (dermal fillers) 6-12 months and Perlane 18 months. I think it is the best product for naso-labial folds, marionette lines, and cheeks mostly because it last longer than juvederm and Restylane (dermal fillers) and it is reversible. Radiesse may last a little longer, but it is not reversible. God forbid your dr makes a mistake with radiesse, it has to be surgically removed. All the other short-term fillers can be dissolved with a simple injection. Read more...

How much perlane (dermal fillers) will I need for good results? I want to get good results, but I also want to minimize my costs. What's the minimum amount of perlane (dermal fillers) i'd likely need for my cheeks? .

The . The smallest syringe is 0.5ml. Depending on the amount of volume you are looking for, this may be enough. This will add volume, no doubt, and you can always get more later. Read more...
Hi . Hi it really depends on where you are getting injected and how much volume you are looking for...There is tremendous variability so you would have to be evaluated... Hope this helps. Read more...
Perlane (dermal fillers) It depends on your anatomy. Have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. Read more...

Which fillers last longer: restylane, (dermal fillers) juvederm, teosyal, esthelis, aquamid, or bio alcamid?

Possibly. Aquamid. Not all these fillers are indicated for every area of the body. Some of them aren't FDA approved and I hope they never are - they're right out dangerous. Read more...
I avoid "permanent" Though Aquamid (and others)is not available in the US, it is in other countries. (if it's being offered in the US you should avoid that office altogether). I generally recommend that my patients avoid permanent fillers though, especially when they are young like you, because you don't know how your face will change over the next 20 years. You may end up with volume where you don't want or need it. Read more...