Restylane Refyne Dermal Fillers

Restylane Refyne Treatments in St. Augustine

Your unique facial expressions show the world what you think and how you  feel – you smirk, frown, pucker up, and smile from ear to ear. But overtime, your skin loses volume and the lines around that adorable pout or quirky grin don’t go away. That’s when it may be time for Restylane Refyne. Restylane Refyne are formulated to act like your body’w own naturally occuring hyaluronic acid, restoring volume to your skin. Using unique XpresHAn Technology Restylane Refyne is designed to give you just the right amount of lift, along withe the flexibility to show a range of facial expressions wihthout looking unnatural.  Approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), Restylane Refyne treatments help St. Augustine patients regain a youthful look by correcting issues such as:

  • Smile Lines
  • Nasolabial Folds
  • Lip Augmentation*
  • Marionette Lines
  • Facial Wrinkles*

Restylane Refyne provides flexibility and subtle support for laugh lines. On average it takes about twelve months for the hyaluronic acid filler to be completely absorbed by the body. Temporary side effects of using Restylane Refyne include swelling, redness, and bruising at the injection site. Patients with severe allergies shouldn’t use Restylane especially if they are allergic to bacterial proteins or have a history of anaphylaxis.

Restylane Refyne injections feed basic nutrients directly into the skin to help you maintain a youthful look at any age. If you’re tired of looking at an older face in the mirror, contact us at 904.461.6797 or use this website’s contact form to request an appointment.

Most dermal fillers and injectables are FDA approved for one and in some cases several specified treatment area(s). However, physicians can use dermal filler/injectable products to treat conditions in non-FDA approved areas. This common standard of care is referred to as “Off Label” use. Using a product in an Off Label area is under the Physician’s discretion, and the physician has full jurisdiction to decide where to use a dermal filler/injectable for treatment in any Off Label location.