Discover Sculptra at Health Globe Wellness Clinic, a unique injectable treatment that stimulates collagen production for facial rejuvenation, targeting concerns such as wrinkles, fine lines, and volume loss. Unlike dermal fillers that provide immediate results, Sculptra works gradually over time to improve the overall texture and appearance of the skin.
With long-lasting results lasting up to two years or more, Sculptra contains a biocompatible substance called poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), which is safely absorbed by the body. When injected into the skin, Sculptra stimulates the production of collagen, a key protein responsible for maintaining skin elasticity and firmness. This process helps restore lost volume, reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and improve skin laxity.
Our trained professionals at Health Globe Wellness Clinic create personalized treatment plans to achieve natural-looking rejuvenation without frequent touch-ups. Contact Health Globe Wellness Clinic to explore the benefits of Sculptra and restore your skin’s vitality.
Sculptra and dermal fillers differ in their approach and results. While dermal fillers provide immediate volume, Sculptra stimulates collagen production gradually over time. Sculptra restores volume, reduces wrinkles, and improves skin laxity. Dermal fillers offer instant results for adding volume and enhancing contours. The choice depends on your preferences and goals, guided by our qualified healthcare provider at Health Globe Wellness Clinic.
The results of Sculptra can last up to two years or more. While multiple treatment sessions may be required, the long-lasting effects of Sculptra provide natural-looking rejuvenation without the need for frequent touch-ups.
On average, three to five sessions of Sculptra over a span of two to three months are recommended for optimum results. The number of treatment sessions can vary depending on individual needs. Typically, a series of sessions, usually spaced a few weeks apart, is advised to achieve optimal outcomes. Our healthcare providers at Health Globe Wellness Clinic will assess your specific concerns and goals, creating a personalized treatment plan that may involve multiple sessions. This approach ensures that you receive the best possible results tailored to your unique needs.
Multiple treatments of Sculptra are typically required for gradual improvement. Results are evaluated at each session, building on the previous treatments. While some may only need one session, most individuals undergo a series of treatments. Once the desired look is achieved, the results can last up to two years.
Some common side effects of Sculptra may include swelling, redness, bruising, tenderness, or slight discomfort at the injection sites. These effects are usually mild and temporary, resolving on their own within a few days to a week. Downtime is generally minimal, and most individuals can resume their regular activities immediately after treatment. It is important to follow your healthcare provider’s instructions for aftercare to minimize the risk of side effects and ensure optimal results.
Sculptra is suitable for individuals who are looking to address concerns such as wrinkles, fine lines, and volume loss in the face. It is typically recommended for individuals who have healthy skin and realistic expectations. Sculptra can be beneficial for both men and women of various ages and skin types. However, it is important to consult with our qualified healthcare provider at Health Globe Wellness Clinic to determine if Sculptra is the right treatment for your specific needs and goals.
Yes, Sculptra is a safe and FDA and Health Canada approved treatment option. It has been extensively studied and clinically tested to ensure its safety and efficacy. The FDA has approved Sculptra for the correction of shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds.
Individuals who have a known hypersensitivity or allergy to any of the components in Sculptra including lidocaine, those with active skin infections or inflammation in the treatment area, and individuals with a history of keloid formation or hypertrophic scarring. Additionally, pregnant or breastfeeding women should generally avoid Sculptra treatment. Also, if you have received laser treatment or chemical hair removal and your skin has not yet recovered perfectly you need to avoid Sculptra for some time.
Sculptra is not a new treatment. It has been approved for aesthetic and reconstructive use in Canada since 2006 and has been used globally since 1999. With over 150,000 patients treated in more than 30 countries, Sculptra has a proven track record of safety and effectiveness in facial rejuvenation.