See the expert for Restylane Lyft
Dr. Sherman and her nurses are all Master Injectors and have been using Restylane Lyft since its FDA approval. In fact, Dr. Sherman and her staff were asked to teach aesthetic techniques at a facial fillers seminar using Restylane Lyft to three departments of physicians in training at Vanderbilt. Because she is a National Education Mentor to teach other physicians these Restylane Lyft techniques, you can rest assured that your results will be fresh and natural. Dr. Sherman and her nurses have a combined 40 years of experience in injectables for facial rejuvenation, so rest assured to trust your face to our expertise.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Restylane Lyft?
Restylane Lyft, made by Medicis, is a dermal filler and is a long-lasting gel that, once injected into the skin with an ultra-fine needle, provides lift and added volume and help diminish fine lines and wrinkles. Restylane Lyft is made of a natural substance called hyaluronic acid, which is a sugar molecule already present in the human body. Restylane Lyft is a completely safe treatment.
How does Restylane Lyft work?
The natural substance, hyaluronic acid, in Restylane Lyft simply supplements the body’s age-depleted hyaluronic acid to plump up the lip or to raise the skin and “fill in” the particular wrinkle or fold being treated. The difference between Restylane and Restylane Lyft is the size of the particle (with Restylane Lyft containing more hyaluronic acid). This means that Restylane Lyft does a better job of filling deeper lines while Restylane is used in fine lines or in thin skinned people. Both may be used in one treatment session to naturally create a youthful face.
Do Restylane Lyft injections hurt?
In order to optimize your comfort, the treatment area may be anesthetized with a topical cream or anesthetic block. Anesthetic blocks are now used less frequently because there is a new formulation, Restylane Lyft that contains an anesthetic ingredient inside the gel that immediately goes to work to prevent pain. Ice can also be applied directly to the treatment site prior to injection.
Why come to Sherman Aesthetic Center?
It is imperative that you select an injector with significant experience. How do you know if the injector you choose has the expertise that you need? Many claim to have the experience, and truth be told, have just started injecting.
Dr. Deborah Sherman has traveled extensively throughout the United States and other countries teaching other physicians and nurses how to correctly inject both Botox, and Facial Fillers. She has over twenty years experience, has been a guest on multiple local and national television shows, and have written various articles describing techniques for the aging face. She is a sought out speaker internationally and have received many awards for her extensive knowledge in her field.
Dr. Sherman and her staff have dedicated themselves in providing excellent care for each patient. Their mission is to address your concerns and give you the best results possible. Sherman Aesthetic Center is the best place to be when you want a natural, improved version of yourself.