Distinctive from many other cosmetic injectables (such as Restylane® and JUVÉDERM®), Sculptra is comprised of poly-L-lactic acid, a biocompatible substance that has been used by the wider medical community for years, including such applications as soft tissue implants and dissolvable stitches. Furthermore, this solution typically offers longer-lasting results than many other dermal fillers, and patients often experience little to no downtime. We can provide customized Sculptra treatment plans for individuals seeking minimally-invasive aesthetic enhancement.

Sculptra® Aesthetic

works by stimulating the growth of collagen within the dermis, which can cause the skin to develop a firmer, smoother, and more youthful-looking appearance over time. This gradual process helps to ensure the subtle, natural-looking results many people desire. Some of the most commonly treated areas include the hollows of the cheeks, the eye areas, and the temples. In addition to enhancing volume for a more refreshed look, regular treatments also can often diminish the depth of moderate wrinkles and may reduce the formation of new creases.


is designed to be long-lasting, often up to two years or more, after a series of injection sessions that take place over a course of a few months. The number of sessions necessary for optimal results will be determined based on individual patient need and cosmetic goals. Although some bruising, mild swelling, and redness are normal after treatment, recovery is generally brief and patients typically return to normal activities immediately following the procedure. 

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To find out if Sculptra® Aesthetic is right for you, please make an appointment with Dr. Jerome Liu or Dr. Tom Liu.

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