SCULPTRA Gdansk and Rumia
Revolution in aesthetic medicine – Sculptra in Gdansk and Rumia! Discover the secret of youth and beauty.
Course of Sculptra procedure: step by step
The Sculptra procedure involves injecting polylactic acid into the deeper layers of the dermis and subcutaneous tissue. This stimulates the production of new collagen fibers, which fill in wrinkles and furrows and increase skin firmness. The effects are visible after the first treatment and last up to 2 years!
Stages of Sculptra treatment:
- Consultation with a doctor, who will assess the condition of the skin and select the appropriate amount of Sculptra preparation
- Carrying out the procedure – administration of polylactic acid in the appropriate places
- Facial massage to evenly distribute the preparation
- The patient continues to massage the face on his own for the following days, according to the doctor’s recommendations
What you need to know about the Sculptra procedure
cost of the treatment
optional anesthetic ointment
number of treatments
Effects of Sculptra treatment – get a more youthful appearance
Sculptra is not a typical filler – thanks to its stimulating properties, it restores volume and facial oval while improving the quality of skin and subcutaneous tissue. The procedure is particularly popular in the United States and Latin America, where it ranks second in popularity (after Botox) in aesthetic medicine offices.
Gradual filling of wrinkles
Sculptra works gradually to fill in wrinkles and furrows, leading to a natural smoothing of the skin.
Stimulation of collagen production
Sculptra stimulates the production of the patient’s own collagen, which improves skin firmness, elasticity and density.
Reconstruction of lost volumes
Sculptra helps restore lost volume in the face, making facial features look younger and fuller.
Sculptra treatment helps shape facial contours, giving the face harmonious proportions and an aesthetically pleasing appearance.
The effects of Sculptra treatment last up to 24 months, allowing patients to enjoy a younger appearance for longer.
Safety and tolerability
Sculptra is a poly-L-lactic acid-based preparation that is well tolerated by the body and does not cause allergies, making the procedure safe for most patients.
Sculptra produces natural results, and the skin looks rested, healthy and radiant after the procedure, with no unnatural tension or “mask” effect.
Mitigating the effects of skin aging
Sculptra effectively helps fight the signs of skin aging, such as wrinkles, loss of volume or uneven skin texture.
Indications for the Sculptra procedure – when is it worth choosing?
The Sculptra procedure is recommended for people who want to improve the appearance of their face, regain a youthful look and make the skin look firmer and healthier. Here is a list of indications for the Sculptra procedure:
The treatment will help restore volume in this area, giving the face a younger and fuller appearance.
Sculptra can help reduce excessive fat accumulation in the cheek area, shaping the oval of the face.
Uneven outline of the jaw
The procedure can improve the contours of the jaw, giving the face a more contoured and harmonious appearance.
Sculptra can fill in these furrows, making the face look younger and fresher.
Poorly prominent cheekbones
The treatment will help accentuate cheekbones, giving the face a more prominent and attractive appearance.
Sagging skin with loss of firmness
Sculptra stimulates collagen production, making the skin firmer and tighter, thereby regaining a youthful appearance.
If you notice any of the above indications in your skin, Sculptra treatment may be the perfect solution to improve the aesthetics of your face. It is advisable to consult with an aesthetic physician before undergoing the procedure, who will assess the condition of your skin and recommend the right solutions for you.
Contraindications to the Sculptra procedure – who cannot benefit from the procedure?
Before deciding to have the Sculptra procedure, it’s a good idea to learn about the contraindications that may prevent or hinder the procedure. Here is a list of contraindications:
Skin diseases in the treatment area
Contraindications to the Sculptra procedure include skin diseases, especially in the area where the procedure is to be performed, such as inflammation, infection, eczema, psoriasis, or herpes. In such cases, the procedure may worsen the skin condition or lead to complications.
Sculptra treatment is contraindicated for people with autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, Hashimoto’s disease, Graves-Basedow disease, etc. With such conditions, the body may react unpredictably to Sculptra.
Pregnancy and breastfeeding
Due to the lack of studies confirming the safety of Sculptra during pregnancy and lactation, the procedure is not recommended for women during these periods of life.
Cancer diseases, especially active or undergoing treatment, are a contraindication to the Sculptra procedure. The procedure may not be safe for patients with cancer or a weakened immune system.
Connective tissue diseases
Connective tissue diseases, such as Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Marfan syndrome or scleroderma, which affect the structure and function of connective tissue in the body, are also contraindications to the Sculptra procedure.
Hypersensitivity to the ingredients of the preparation
Sculptra treatment is contraindicated for people with hypersensitivity to Sculptra ingredients or previous allergic reactions to polylactic acid. Use of the product in allergic individuals may lead to complications and allergic reactions.
Before undergoing Sculptra, it is important to inform your doctor about any existing medical conditions, medications you are taking on a regular basis, and previous reactions to aesthetic treatments. The doctor will assess whether the procedure is safe and appropriate for the patient, taking into account individual contraindications and needs.
Frequently asked questions
Is the Sculptra procedure painful?
The procedure is minimally invasive and is not painful for most patients. If necessary, the doctor may use local anesthesia.
How long does the procedure take?
The injection itself usually takes about 30 minutes. Together with a consultation and massage, the entire procedure takes about 1 hour.
What are the side effects of the Sculptra procedure?
Possible side effects include temporary redness, swelling, discomfort or bruising at the injection site. All of these symptoms usually subside within a few days.
How to make an appointment for Sculptra treatment in Gdansk and Rumia?
Those wishing to undergo Sculptra treatment in Gdansk and Rumia are encouraged to contact our office by phone or email. We will answer all your questions and help you schedule your treatment date.
Dr Magdalena Cadko
Recepction: 511 605 160
Take care of your skin and regain your youthful appearance with Sculptra treatment!
Łąkowa 24 A/1
Gdańska Klinika Urody
ul. Stara Stocznia 2/2
Expert commentDespite the fact that Sculptra is not a filler, by its stimulating effect it causes the restoration of facial volume and oval while improving the quality of skin and subcutaneous tissue.
It is not without reason that this procedure is the No. 2 treatment (after Botox) in aesthetic medicine offices in the US and Latin America.
Don’t wait – take care of your appearance today and get a younger, radiant look with Sculptra! Make an appointment for a treatment at our office in Gdansk or Rumia and see for yourself how effective it is.