Belotero® is one of only three hyaluronic acid (HA) fillers approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is approved to smooth moderate to severe wrinkles and folds. When injected into the dermis, Belotero evenly integrates with your own dermal tissues and discreetly enhances your facial contours for added confidence. Belotero rehydrates for a radiant appearance.
BELOTERO – IT BECOMES YOU…
As we age, our skin inevitably loses its youthful appearance as the production of natural dermal volumizing and moisturizing such as hyaluronic acid (HA) diminish, leaving lines and wrinkles where our skin was once youthful, even and radiant.
Belotero is an HA dermal filler, made of the same volumizing and moisturizing component of your skin, so it is the natural choice for reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
When injected, it instantly plumps and adds volume to the areas where it has been lost. Even the finest lines can be treated with confidence with Belotero.
WHAT’S THE BELOTERO SECRET?
Belotero is specially designed to integrate into your tissue to provide subtle and even results without disrupting the natural contours of your face, so you can be confident that no one will ever know how you manage to look so refreshed and confident. The Belotero secret can be your secret too.
In clinical studies 97% of patients showed a visible improvement after just one treatment with Belotero.
If you have previously been treated with a dermal filler you will be surprised by the subtlety of the area treated with Belotero. Unlike other fillers, you are unlikely to feel the implant, but will certainly see the refreshing results.
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I AM INTERESTED! WHAT DO I DO NEXT?
If you are considering Belotero injections we encourage you to contact us to schedule a consultation and/or treatment at Dr. Del Corral’s office. During this visit we will listen to your concerns and discuss your options. After careful analysis of your face, we will tell you whether you are a suitable candidate for this procedure and inform you of the alternatives and potential risks of the procedure.