Perlane versus Restylane
Dr. Finger uses Perlane because it produces natural subtle results without creating too much volume, yet Perlane has the ability to fill deep lines.
At Finger and Associates we prefer products that produce the best results for each individual patient and considers their preferences as well as their budget.
Perlane is not as long lasting as Sculptra, but lends itself to ideal results for 6-8 month.
Perlane is a part of the Restylane Family and is a part of the wonderful Aspire-Galderma Rewards Program.
How does Perlane work?
Just like Restylane®, Perlane is a clear gel formulation of hyaluronic acid that is specifically formulated to act like your body’s own hyaluronic acid, adding volume and fullness to the skin.
What makes Perlane different from Restylane?
What makes Perlane different than Restylane is the average size of the particles and the depth of injection, which means it’s a good choice for more severe facial wrinkles that benefit from a deeper injection into the skin.
In three clinical studies:
63%, 71% and 75% of patients maintained improvement for six months after just one Perlane treatment
Perlane-L: A More Comfortable Wrinkle Treatment Experience*
If you want a more youthful appearance, but you’re concerned about the potential discomfort from treatment, you can get beautiful results and a more comfortable Perlane experience. By combining lidocaine with Perlane, Perlane-L helps reduce discomfort during and after treatment.
In clinical studies evaluating the Restylane family of products in laugh lines (nasolabial folds):
95% of patients reported significantly less pain during treatment with Perlane-L vs. Perlane
Patients continued to experience less discomfort for up to one hour after treatment
Perlane and Perlane-L are not approved for use in lip enhancement. Perlane-L should not be used by anyone with a known allergy to lidocaine.
*When compared to Perlane
Choosing Between Restylane and Perlane
Wondering if Restylane or Perlane is right for you? During your consultation, Dr. Finger will be able to help you make the right choice for treatment.