Dr. Leo Capobianco is Now Offering Enhancements for the Appearance of Skin with Sculptra – the Procedure is Used to Give You a More Youthful Look
Sculptra is made from a synthetic material called poli-L-lactic acid, which has been used by physicians for decades. This material is biocompatible and biodegradable.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 11, 2012
“If you are starting to show signs of aging around your nose and mouth, which are the nasolabial folds, a cosmetic procedure called Sculptra will help.” says Dr. Leo Capobianco of Allure Cosmetic Laser Center, “Sculptra is a facial injectable treatment that will tighten your skin, and give it a more refreshed look. This treatment has long-lasting results and works subtly over a period of months, to give you a natural appearance.”
Collagen is the substance that keeps the skin young and as one ages, collagen begins to decline, resulting in wrinkle and hollows. Sculptra works by replacing loss collagen, and defining the structure of the skin, for a refined appearance. The results of Sculptra can last up to two years.
Dr. Leo Capobianco concludes, “A lot of people really like Sculptra because it is the treatment to use if you don’t want anyone to know you’re undergoing cosmetic treatment, because the improvement is very gradual.”
Safety and effectiveness of Sculptra have been evaluated only for use at the nasolabial folds. Sculptra is FDA approved for use in this area.
About Dr. Leo Capobianco and Allure Cosmetic Laser Center: Dr. Leo Capobianco is known worldwide for his detailed physician training techniques. Dr. Leo Capobianco trains extensively on the Laser Lipo, Vaser procedures and is currently the only Doctor that performs Tickle Lipo surgery in the Las Vegas area. To learn more about Dr.. Leo Capobianco or Allure Cosmetic Laser Center, please visit http://www.allurecosmeticlaser.com/ or find us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AllureMediSpa and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ALLUREMEDISPA
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