Introducing Belotero Balance®

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Belotero is a new dermal filler in the U.S. that's made of non-animal hyaluronic acid. It is known as "the smoother solution."

How Is Belotero Different from Juvéderm and Restylane?

Belotero, Juvéderm and Restylane are all different forms of hyaluronic acid that differ in how the molecules are cross-linked. This affects their individual properties and how the dermal filler will behave within the skin. Belotero is thinner and more lightweight compared to other HA fillers. It is created using a unique proprietary technology called Cohesive Polydensified Matrix. This requires the use of a process that gives the final injection solution a very high degree of elasticity. So once it is injected, it distributes much more evenly and seamlessly between treated and untreated areas. Other hyaluronic acid fillers can raise the dermal layer and clump under the skin.

Additionally, Belotero can be injected more superficially (i.e. closer to the skin's surface) compared to other HA fillers. Deeper injections of other forms of hyaluronic acid require a higher quantity of product and entail some risk of bumps and lines appearing on the skin.

What Types of Wrinkles Can Be Treated with Belotero?

Belotero can effectively treat many types of wrinkles such as:

  • Vertical lip lines
  • Chin folds
  • Marionette lines (i.e. mouth-to-chin lines)
  • Smile and laugh lines
  • Earlobes
  • Lips and philtrum (area between nose and upper lip)
  • Tear troughs

The unique characteristics of Belotero enable it to address fine lines. Because it's quite thin and light, it can be injected superficially without the risk of lumpiness appearing on the skin's surface. Since it is possible to see lines etched on their skin after Botox, Belotero health professionals can use Botox in moderate amounts to relax facial muscles, allowing patients to retain their natural facial mobility and expressions. Belotero can then treat any fine lines remaining after the procedure.

Because Belotero does not elicit the Tyndall effect (blue hue), it can be used for under-the-eye depressions and wrinkles.

What Are the Side Effects of Belotero Injections?

Belotero injections can have the same side effects associated with all dermal fillers:

  • Redness
  • Swelling
  • Itching
  • Tenderness

These side effects usually go away within a week.1,2 The risk of lumps forming is extremely minimal, although the chances of this occurring is possible; however, no known cases have been reported yet. If Boletero molecules should break within the skin, the byproducts will be water and carbon dioxide, as opposed to any type of toxic compound.

How Long Is the Recovery Time for Belotero?

There really is no downtime after a Belotero procedure, so patients can return to work right away.1,2

How Long Does Belotero Last?

It varies from one person to another; typical results last 6–12 months.1,2

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Belotero Balance Dermal Filler Price
One syringe $450

1Individual results may vary. 2All manufacturer claims, in regards to the benefits, process, length/effectiveness of treatments, how soon you'll see results or heal, or claims of minimal side effects such as minor redness or mild discomfort or no downtime, are provided by the pharmaceautical manufacturers as part of their guidelines in promoting their product and are backed by case studies/peer-reviewed publications and are published on their individual websites. 3Testimonials are the opinions of real clients that wanted to provide them and express their opinion to others. When written, the only editing done was to fix minor grammatical/syntax errors and/or to truncate extended testimonials that, while nice, went a bit long. Video testimonials are unedited. 4Treatments and services that are time-related (such as fees per a "20 minute session") are rooted in the fact that most appointments (i.e. the historical average amount of time required to complete most areas we treat) take that amount of time; however, it may be recommended or advised or necessary that more than one session time is required to achieve whatever affect you're looking for (such as someone wanting to treat many areas of their body vs someone simply wanting to treat their hands). A quick consultation in our office will provide you the exact time required to treat whatever you wish since treatment areas have a direct impact on time required to treat such areas. 5Superlatives, when describing services/products, are manufacturer claims and, in the end, it's your opinion as to what service/product is right/effective/best for you. 6Internal comparison claims comparing one technology to another (such as stating that a new product is x% better than the previous model, similar to how a 2017 model vehicle has many advances/improvements over a 2010 vehicle), when comparisons are done within the same company's lineup, are the manufacturer's statement-of-fact and reflect the latest science and/or breakthrough that, when released as a product, is the best/most effective at the time within their own product lineup — they are not claims comparing their product against other manufacturers' products. 7Videos, which we have chosen to add links to on our website, are either local television coverage pieces or third-party videos that we feel are great for learning and gaining an overview of the process of several services we offer; but third-party videos (e.g. those in the public domain, such as YouTube) in no way should be construed as an endorsement of Ultra Smooth Skin and/or our services specifically. They are meant as an awareness tool to help you decide upon common treatments provided by Ultra Smooth Skin and medspa providers nationwide. Some videos are produced by the pharmceutical manufacturers and others are by service providers, while still others are television appearances by Lisa Williams, the owner of Ultra Smooth Skin. 8Time is accurate as certain procedures have a fixed-length time of treatment per area. 9At our locations. 10Data on file at manufacturer.

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