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Perlane Perlane is very similar to Restylane, but it generally lasts a bit longer.  It is not made of any animal-derived ingredients and therefore, does not require spot testing for allergic reaction before treatment.

Perlane is most often used for fine lines and wrinkles around the forehead, eyes, mouth and lips.  Because it adds volume, many aesthetic professionals use it as a long-lasting lip plumper.  Perlane, like Restylane, is also made of hyaluronic acid and acts as a supplement to areas of the body that have been depleted of this wrinkle preventing substance.  Perlane is also used to treat scars as it can "fill in" areas where tissue volume is missing. 

Overall, Perlane is an excellent treatment for wrinkle correction, lip enhancement, and filling smile lines and deep folds.

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Time Required for Perlane:
Perlane injections take about 30 minutes to perform.
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Is Perlane an InPatient or OutPatient Procedure?
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What are the Side Effects of Perlane?
Side effects of Perlane include redness around the injection site, swelling, and bruising.  These conditions are usually not serious and will go away on their own in about 3-7 days.
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How Long do Perlane results last?
6-12 months depending on the individual and the extent of their wrinkles.  As with Restylane, lip augmentation results might not last as long as other facial areas.
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What is the recovery time for Perlane?
After a Perlane treatment, most people have no problem going back to their everyday duties.  If you experience soreness near the injection site, or a headache, Tylenol should do the trick.

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What types of anesthesia is necessary for Perlane?
Anesthesia is not necessary with Perlane, however, you can opt for a topical numbing cream to be applied to the area before treatment.
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What else can I combine Perlane with?
BOTOX®, Restylane (for facial wrinkles), and any Skin Rejuvenation treatment.
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What else is Perlane referred to as?
Filler, Injectable, Lip Plumper, Lip Augmentation, Wrinkle Removal
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