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Sculptra, also known as New-Fill, is an injectable dermal filler that was approved by the Food and Drug administration (FDA) back in 2004.
Sculptra primarily contains polylactic acid, which is also an ingredient of dissolvable stitches.
While the polylactic acid present in Sculptra is synthetically created, it mimics a natural derivative that your muscles produce during exercise.
Getting Sculptra injected under your facial skin will not only fill in any facial fine lines and wrinkles, but will also make your face look plumper by increasing its volume.
Unlike other dermal fillers, your cosmetic surgeon will inject Sculptra under your skin rather than into it.
Instead of a “spot” placement, your cosmetic surgeon will under it under the cosmetic problems being treated.
Sculptra contains microscopic crystals of polylactic acid that will mildly inflame the underlying tissue and encourage more collagen to be produced.
As more and more collagen is produced within the next 4 to 6 weeks after receiving the injection(s), you will begin noticing an increase in facial volume, while your face will look smoother and youthful.