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Photos: FDA Approves 12-Month Labeling Update for EVOLENCE(R) Collagen-Based Facial Filler
Date:6/8/2009

agen we lose over time with all-natural collagen. We are confident that the 12-month duration of EVOLENCE(R) positions it as a preferred choice within dermal filler options for both aesthetic health professionals and patients."

EVOLENCE(R) represents a breakthrough in aesthetics. As one of nature's most fundamental and abundant building blocks, collagen comprises up to 80 percent of the dermis and it helps maintain skin strength, structure and support. Collagen naturally breaks down as a person ages, leading to the appearance of wrinkles, lines and folds.

EVOLENCE(R), and its proprietary GLYMATRIX(TM) Technology, uses naturally sourced collagen to replace the body's lost collagen, adding volume and structural support in depleted areas, for a more naturally youthful appearance. In addition, no pre-test is needed, and GLYMATRIX(TM) Technology delivers longer-lasting durability than previous collagen dermal fillers.

Results are visible and immediate at the time of treatment, with minimal to no bruising or swelling, allowing physician and patient to gauge the amount of wrinkle correction with more precision.

About EVOLENCE(R):

EVOLENCE(R) is an advanced collagen-based structural dermal filler that provides long-lasting treatment of moderate to deep facial wrinkles and folds, such as nasolabial folds. The results of treatment with EVOLENCE(R) are immediate, with little to no downtime post-treatment and clinically proven to last through 12 months after initial treatment*.

Unlike other dermal fillers that use hyaluronic acid (HA), which absorb water to create their effect, EVOLENCE(R) is a true structural agent due to its three-dimensional collagen matrix. This collagen structure benefits patients as it is directly linked to the minimal bruising and swelling that might result. EVOLENCE(R) does not use chemicals for cross-linking like many o
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