A type of plastic surgery, hyaluronic acid therapy
involves the injection of synthetic hyaluronic acid underneath the skin.
Hyaluronic acid is a gel-like substance found naturally in the body.
- Chemical peel
- Dermal filler
Treated with Hyaluronic Acid Therapy:
Hyaluronic acid therapy may be utilized to minimize
the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and scars.
Anti-aging skin care products are a non-surgical
alternative to hyaluronic acid therapy. Surgical alternatives include thread
lift, face lift, fat grafting, dermabrasion, microdermabrasion, laser skin
resurfacing, collagen replacement therapy, injection therapy and chemical skin
with Hyaluronic Acid Therapy:
Hyaluronic acid therapy is performed with a topical
Complications from Hyaluronic Acid Therapy:
Possible risks following hyaluronic acid therapy
include swelling and tenderness at the injection site. It is also possible for
a repeated treatment to be needed.
after Hyaluronic Acid Therapy:
The prognosis for a positive end result following
hyaluronic acid therapy is good. However, injections are repeated every three
to five months in order to maintain the desired effect.
from Hyaluronic Acid Therapy:
No recovery time is
needed for hyaluronic acid therapy.