RESTORE MY LIFT AND CONTOURS WITH APRILINE® FORTE
apriline® Forte, an all-around filler designed for the treatment of deep wrinkles and folds, facial contours.
apriline® a line of fillers is also available with lidocaine for more patient comfort during and after the procedure.
“I’m completely satisfied with this filler. The product is easy to use and safe. Its versatility allows me to answer to most of my needs, whether it is a conventional area such as nasolabial folds or marionette lines, but also for more difficult areas such as eyes circles, for example.” – Dr. Didier Dubois
WHAT TO EXPECT?
WHO SAID WE CAN’T OVERCOME GRAVITY?
Wrinkles aren’t the only sign of aging.
Although we tend to think all fat loss is good, the fat that we lose from our face serves a valuable purpose: its volume supports the skin and stretches it taut.
As we age, we lose both bone and fat in our mid-face, which
contributes to sagging of the cheeks and even jowls.
Apriline® Forte can help to restore volume, contour, lift and support poor tissue elasticity, and to minimize signs of aging processes.
DON’T BE SHY TO SMILE AGAIN!
The irony of laugh lines, nasolabial folds and marionette lines, is that they are not actually caused by years of laughter or smiling. As we age, we lose collagen and with it, skin elasticity.
Factors such as genetics, diet, environment, and sun exposure can cause moderate to severe lines to appear around the mouth and nose. These are known as corner, marionette, vertical lip, and parentheses lines.
Because smiling looks good on you, Apriline® fillers can fill wrinkles to visibly smooth your skin.
AREA, PATHOLOGY: Nose reshaping
TYPE OF TREATMENT: Injection of apriline® Forte
AVERAGE VOLUME / FREQUENCY OF SESSION: apriline® Forte (1ml) / one session
PRECAUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT YOUR TREATMENT WITH APRILINE® FILLER
Do injections hurt? apriline® is injected directly into the skin with a fine needle. To help maximize your comfort, the doctor can use an anesthetic before treatment. Everyone’s pain tolerance differs, consult your physician first and foremost.