How can Newport Beach, CA patients use Restylane fillers to turn back the hands of time?

At Arta Dermatology in Newport Beach, CA, we understand that many patients want to reduce the signs of aging. Due to environmental factors including sun exposure, our skin can take a beating over the years. Fine lines and wrinkles can develop as early as age 30 and can make both men and women feel extremely self-conscious about “aging gracefully.” Thanks to advances in dermatology, patients can now address these signs of aging and reduce fine lines and wrinkles with dermal fillers such as Restylane. Restylane is a made of hyaluronic acid and is used to fill in moderate to severe … Continue reading

Facial rejuvenation for Newport Beach with Perlane fillers

What makes a baby’s face so irresistible? The shape is round and features are full. Skin is supple with hydration and taut natural elasticity. Lips and cheeks are plump. You strive to hold onto that youthful attractiveness as the years pass. However, after about the age of 40, you begin to lose facial volume from loss of collagen, fat, muscle, and even bone. Temples and cheeks hollow, allowing skin to sag. Lines and wrinkles appear at the forehead, and around the eyes, nose, and mouth. Lips begin to look thinner and stern. Dr. Arta Farshidi has good news for residents … Continue reading

Irvine CA area dermatologist compares Juvéderm and Perlane fillers procedure for lasting results

Both Juvéderm and Perlane can smooth and soften the wrinkles and folds that circle the sides of the nose and corners of the mouth. While you can get these lines at a young age due to genetics and your unique bone structure, these nasolabial folds as they are called, are most often associated with aging. With age, facial and supportive tissues lose their elasticity due in part to a loss of underlying fat. The fat pad attached to the cheekbones and the cheek skin sags downward toward the mouth and nose. Nasolabial folds are also known as smile or laugh … Continue reading

Newport Beach dermatologist discusses family of Perlane fillers

Perlane is made from one of the most common materials used to make soft tissue or dermal fillers: Hyaluronic Acid. HA is a preferred material, because it is present in the body. A natural moisturizer, HA production declines as part of the aging process. In fact, it is reported that the body cycles through one-third of the 15 available grams of HA each day. As less of the substance is produced or replaced over time, your skin can appear dry, leathery, and lackluster. The tissues are also more vulnerable to damage and the lack of moisture can make wrinkles and … Continue reading