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Restylane Lyft is an FDA-approved dermal filler that can address the loss of volume and definition in the cheeks and lower face. Specially formulated with hyaluronic acid, Restylane Lyft can enhance sunken cheeks that have lost volume due to age or weight loss, as well as improve the appearance of jowls. Hyaluronic acid is a volumizing substance that the body naturally produces. Unfortunately, as we age our natural supplies go down. When injected, Restylane replenishes lost reserves of hyaluronic acid.

Dr. Gary Goldenberg and Dr. Kristina Goldenberg are New York City-based Board Certified dermatologists and specialists in non-surgical cosmetic techniques. They often recommend Restylane Lyft injections alone or as part of a comprehensive skin rejuvenation and enhancement program.

Restylane Lyft adds volume and enhances facial definition

Loss of facial volume is one the most prominent effects of aging. As the skin ages, it loses fat and other substances that give the face its youthful fullness. Restylane Lyft is non-surgical, injectable treatment that has been specifically formulated to give a maximum lift. The hyaluronic acid-based formula has been optimized to treat areas that need contouring and definition. Restylane Lyft can be used for:

  • Loss of volume in midface
  • Flattened / sunken cheeks
  • Jawline / jowls
  • Sunken temples
  • Nasolabial folds (smile lines)

How are Restylane Lyft treatments performed?

Restylane Lyft treatments are an outpatient procedure that can be done in about an hour. During your visit, your doctor will inject Restylane Lyft gel into the area of concern. Injections are administered with a small needle; the amount of gel is carefully measured to ensure that the face is given a subtle, yet visible lift. The treatments are not painful and no downtime is needed. The Restylane Lyft gel contains a small amount of lidocaine, a mild numbing agent that helps minimizes discomfort. Some irritations, such as redness, minor bruising, and slight swelling, are common immediately after treatment.