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Filler Vs. Sculptra

We use injectables like Filler and Sculptra to elevate facial harmony and diminish visible signs of aging.

Whether used in combination to complement each other or individually, let's break down how these treatments can be tailored to suit your specific needs!


Filler: Typically consists of hyaluronic acid, a substance naturally found in the skin. It adds volume, smooths wrinkles, and enhances facial contours.

Sculptra: Contains poly-L-lactic acid, a synthetic substance that stimulates collagen production. It is more focused on gradually restoring volume by promoting the growth of collagen.


Filler: Instantly adds volume and fills in lines or wrinkles.

Sculptra: Works more gradually by stimulating the body's natural collagen production, providing a subtle and longer-lasting effect over time.

Treatment Area:

Filler: Commonly used for specific areas like lips, cheeks, and under-eye hollows.

Sculptra: Suited for larger areas, often used to improve overall facial volume.

Results Duration:

Filler: Results are immediate and can last from several months to over a year, depending on the type of filler.

Sculptra: Results develop over time and can last up to two years or more.

Number of Sessions:

Filler: Achieves results in a single session, and top-up sessions can be done as needed.

Sculptra: Typically requires a series of sessions spaced several weeks apart for optimal results.

Collagen Stimulation:

Filler: Does not actively stimulate collagen production.

Sculptra: Promotes the production of collagen, contributing to a natural and gradual enhancement.

Ultimately, the choice between filler and Sculptra depends on individual goals, the area of treatment, and the desired longevity of results. Consulting with a qualified cosmetic professional is crucial to determine the most suitable option based on your specific needs.

To learn more about which injectable is right to address your aesthetic needs and concerns, schedule an aesthetic consultation today!


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