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|REVANESSE®||Canada||from $239.00 USD||product info|
|REVANESSE® PURE||Canada||from $239.00 USD||product info|
|REVANESSE® KISS||Canada||from $249.00 USD||product info|
|REVANESSE® ULTRA||from $249.00 USD||product info|
Revanesse is a range of treatments indicated for correcting concerns related to facial aging, such as fine lines and wrinkles, skin laxity and dull-looking skin. The exclusive manufacturing process of these dermal fillers is what sets it apart from other dermal filler brands. Revanesse fillers are made of hyaluronic acid that have been stabilized to withstand higher pressures than ordinary face fillers, ensuring longer stability of the gel in the skin. Several of the fillers in this line contain the unique glucose derivative dextranomer beads, which function to induce the formation of collagen at the treatment site. This allows for correction of volume loss and wrinkles to occur via the body’s own mechanisms, which will be in effect long after the filler has degraded.
The Revanesse portfolio boasts products customized to address specific issues related to aging. Revanesse, Ultra, and Contour are fillers that work to treat lines and wrinkles of all severity—from fine lines to the deepest folds. Lips is indicated for enhancement or redefinition of the lips. Pure helps with facial rejuvenation. Lastly, there are ReDexis and ReDexis Ultra, 2 fillers with the added unique ingredient of dextranomer beads that aid in longer lasting results.
These fillers are suitable for the treatment of shallow to deep folds, contours, and facial hollows. Viable candidates should be healthy individuals over 18 years of age with no history of allergy or hypersensitivity to hyaluronic acid or its derivatives. Patients who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not use Revanesse.
The active ingredient in Revanesse dermal fillers is hyaluronic acid that has been stabilized through a process called cross-linking. The resultant particles are fully biocompatible with human tissue, and are suitable for use as a facial dermal implant. When injected into the skin, this viscous gel plumps up the surrounding area, which smooths out wrinkled skin and tightens loose or sagging skin.
With Revanesse fillers, the hyaluronic acid is cross-linked with cutting-edge Thixofix® technology, a process that results in a gel that is able to withstand greater pressure without compromising the integrity of the hyaluronic acid particles themselves. This results in a longer-lasting effect when implanted into the patient’s skin.
Treatment with these cosmetic fillers should only be conducted by a licensed and trained medical physician or medical practitioner. Prior to treatment, the patient should refrain from use of anti-inflammatory drugs, such as aspirin, to prevent excessive bleeding.
The procedure usually takes 15 minutes to an hour to perform, and is relatively simple to conduct. Administration of the injection should be done on cleansed skin, free of makeup and other cosmetics. To perform the treatment, first disinfect the site(s) if injection with a suitable disinfectant. If needed, a local anesthetic may be applied prior to the injection for the comfort of the patient.
When injecting the filler, ensure that all standard practices and guidelines on proper injection technique are followed.
The duration of effects of Revanesse depends on the product used. In clinical trials, patients have reported the following averages for length of duration for Revanesse products: 6 months for Revanesse; 9–12 months for Ultra; and 6–9 months for Lips.
These injectables are manufactured with non-animal hyaluronic acid and are hypoallergenic. These products have undergone rigorous testing in order to ensure its safety in use.
Clinical studies that evaluate the safety of hyaluronic acid used in conjunction with dextranomer beads have concluded that the material is well-tolerated, with little to no adverse effects.
Some common effects experienced by patients after a treatment with these cosmetic injectables include bruising, swelling, and redness at the injection site. These effects are usually very mild and will resolve within a week. Advise your patient to seek medical attention if these symptoms continue past a week.
This procedure is minimally invasive and results in almost no downtime for the patient, in most cases they are able to immediately continue with their daily routine after treatment.
This treatment will result in some swelling and bruising at or around the treated area; these symptoms can be alleviated by applying an ice pack to the affected area(s).
For optimal results, advise your patients to avoid extreme heat exposure such as saunas or sunbathing for 2 weeks after treatment, and to not make excessive facial movements or massage the treated areas for up to 1 week.
A typical treatment of Revanesse would cost the patient somewhere in the range of $500+ per syringe. This figure will vary according to geographical location, practitioner, and treatment type.