Why Smoothing Out Fine Lines Has Never Been Easier

Why Smoothing Out Fine Lines Has Never Been Easier

Injectable cosmetic treatments are the go-to choice for most people choosing to address signs of aging skin. In 2020, close to 8 million injectable procedures took place in the United States, despite pandemic-related shutdowns, down only slightly over the previous year. 

Almost 45% of those procedures were dermal fillers, gels that prop up outer skin layers, compensating for changes below the surface, adding volume, and smoothing out some of the fine lines that naturally form. 

The aesthetics team at Bayview General Medicine is proud to offer Revanesse® Versa™, a hyaluronic acid dermal filler that makes smoothing out fine lines easier than ever. 

The role of dermal fillers

Beginning in your 20s, collagen in your dermis skin layer begins to decline. It’s part of the thinning process that happens with skin as you age, one factor that adds to loose and sagging skin. When this tissue loss starts to show, dermal fillers are a potential solution. 

Typically made from synthetic versions of substances already found in your body, dermal fillers take the form of gels used in minimally invasive treatments. Using fine needles, we strategically inject fillers to build up subdermal support, literally filling spaces that develop in the middle dermis layer of your skin. Fillers can also add back volume, plumping up cheeks and lips. 

The Revanesse Versa advantage

Hyaluronic acid is a natural component of your skin, one that attracts and holds the moisture that healthy skin needs to look its best. Therefore, fillers made with hyaluronic acid are biocompatible with few side effects. 

While Revanesse Versa works in the same way as other popular hyaluronic acid fillers, its unique manufacturing process provides a range of benefits over competing products. These benefits include: 

Reduced swelling

Revanesse Versa cuts the chances of swelling after treatment in half, compared with similar products from other manufacturers.

Long lasting

Our Revanesse Versa treatment continues to show strong results up to and beyond 12 months after your session.

Immediate results

While all dermal fillers show changes at the time of injection, Revanesse Versa needs less time to reach maximum effects.

Safe procedure

Through three clinical trials and over 300 patients of all skin types, no serious side effects occured.

Revanesse Versa is also the only hyaluronic acid filler available in syringe sizes of 1.2 milliliters. That means 20% more filler per syringe for more cost-effective treatments. 

Learn more about Revanesse Versa and how it can help you achieve long-lasting smoothing of fine lines. We think you’ll agree that smoothing out fine lines has never been easier. Reach out by phone or online to schedule a consultation with Dr. Richard Blanchar and our team at Bayview General Medicine. 

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