Ellanse M is a long-lasting cosmetic solution. That fills in wrinkles, adds volume to the skin, and stimulates the body’s ability to produce collagen in order to maintain youthful-looking skin. Treatments are unique and customizable for each individual. Thereby allowing you to modify how long the results last, per your patient’s request. This filler’s formula is made to enhance the look of your patient’s skin. Erasing fine lines and adding volume to facial features, without the need for multiple treatments per year. In fact, depending on the area of correction and your patient’s needs, results usually last up to 2 years before touch-ups.
Unlike hyaluronic acid fillers (which can be dissolved by hyaluronidase). Ellansé consists of polycaprolactone (PCL) microspheres, mixed with carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) gel. The gel delivers immediate results, while the microspheres stimulate your skin to produce more collagen.
Ellanse M before and after use
Before injection, your doctor will give you a local anesthetic to minimize discomfort. Once you’re numb, they’ll use a syringe to inject the filler into the cheeks, temples, chin, or another area. You can expect the process to take at least 30 minutes.
Ellanse M side effects include temporary swelling, bruising, and discomfort. Severe side effects are extremely rare but are possible. If your body reacts to the ingredients or if the injections are done by an unqualified provider. You can return to normal activities when the treatment is over.
How do Ellanse M work?
The ingredients in Ellanse M are typically used by doctors to perform a number of medical applications including implants, and sutures. For aesthetic anti-aging treatments. The PCL microspheres fill in wrinkles by adding volume to the areas of concern. While promoting the body to produce collagen through neocollagenesis. This ability to stimulate the production of collagen means that this filler provides long-term results.