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Sculptra Anti-Ageing
Sculptra is an effective non surgical Anti-Ageing treatment for both men and women, whether in their 30s, 40s, 50s or 60s.

Regain your former smooth facial contours and youthfulness appearance with Sculptra.

SculptRA for Anti-Ageing.

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Sculptra treatment is ideal for patients seeking a non-surgical solution to provide volume in the areas of the face that have started sagging or having deeper lines and wrinkles. Sculptra has been approved by Food & Drug Administration (FDA) for getting good aesthetic results.

The most common areas that are treated using Sculptra are: sunken cheeks, the deep folds between the nose and mouth, and folds occurring from edge of mouth. Results gradually appear over the six months following treatment. This allows patients to have a more natural anti-ageing results as they are less immediately noticeable than for treatment with more severe cosmetic surgery. The significant advantage of Sculptra technology is that sufferers can reduce of wrinkles and folds gradually over time, meaning that people are less likely to notice immediate change as you benefit from the continued natural reconstruction process for months after.

There is no downtime following the Sculptra treatment, so patients are able to immediately return to their normal daily routine. Some patients may experience some redness or bruising, but this will subside within several days and is able to be covered using make-up.

Patients usually require between three and five treatments spaced roughly four weeks apart. Noticeable results can appear around six weeks post treatment, but this varies from patient to patient. Treatments can be effective for up to 25 months, giving patients their more youthful appearance for longer by creating a fuller and firmer facial contour.

Sculptra is an effective and popular treatment for those suffering from sunken cheeks or facial folds and wish to look good for their age without the need for general anaesthetic, post treatment trauma, scarring and the long periods of downtime associate with going under the knife. You can refer to the FAQs for more information, or request a call back from a member of our team using the form on the right.