Restylane-L is a dermal filler that is similar to the original Restylane in terms of effectiveness, but it also contains an anesthetic agent, lidocaine, to reduce discomfort. According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons, dermal fillers are priced per syringe and the cost varies depending on the type of filler and its contents. Most patients require more than one syringe to achieve the desired results. Although some medical spas and beauty salons offer dermal filler treatments and often charge less than doctors, it is highly recommended that a dermal filler be performed by a certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon.
The Juvéderm family of fillers is widely used to soften age lines on the face and add volume to aging skin. These fillers are composed of hyaluronic acid (HA) and differ in the concentration of (HA) and in the binding between molecules (HA). A great advantage of HA fillers is the existence of hyaluronidase, an enzyme that instantly melts the filler. Alternatively, you might want to try dermal fillers to create younger facial contours, especially around the jawline.
Collagen used to be a popular soft tissue filler; however, with the emergence of safer and more effective fillers, such as hyaluronic acid, collagen fillers have become obsolete.