Belotero is the latest, most advanced form of dermal filler available today. It has a unique ability to integrate with the tissues of your skin, providing volume and a more youthful shape to your face. Belotero can reduce lines and wrinkles while enhancing your own facial contours.
As we get older, our skin’s production of the substances that keep it moisturized and supple begins to slow, resulting in an increase in wrinkles and lines. But Belotero is a dermal filler that incorporates one of these natural substances, hyaluronic acid (HA), to help you achieve smoother, more youthful looking skin once again.
How Does Belotero Work?
In clinical studies of Belotero, 97 percent of patients showed a visible improvement after a single treatment. Belotero can eliminate even the finest of lines. Belotero injections plump the skin subtly and evenly so patients appear relaxed and refreshed without looking like they have a noticeable implant.
Common Areas for Belotero Treatment
There are different formulations of Belotero available, making it ideal to improve a wide variety of skin issues. This filler can treat frown lines in the following areas:
- Between the eyebrows
- Periorbital lines (crow’s feet)
- Nasolabial folds from the nose to the corners of the mouth
- Perioral lines
- Marionette lines from the corners of the mouth to the jaw
In addition, it can round the cheekbones, plump the lips, restore softness to the hands and décolletage and more.
Dermal Fillers Patient Review
“I’ve been a patient of Dr. Potozkin for about 18years and I’ve always felt that Dr. Potozkin put his patience and well being above all else. I have had injectable fillers in several places on my face. I’m very pleased with the results.”
How Long is Treatment?
The quick and nearly painless procedure typically takes 20 minutes and most people can return to work immediately afterward.
How Long Will My Results Last?
The results of Belotero treatment are not permanent and vary by individual. For most patients, the effects are still visible nine months after an injection. Follow-up treatments are typically done every six to 12 months.