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FDA-Approved Sculptra@ Now Offers by Orange County Dermatologist Dr. Cheryl Effron
Date:11/10/2009

Board Certified Dermatologist and Regional Sculptra@ trainer Dr Cheryl Effron of Cosmetic Dermatology of Orange County offers Sculptra Aesthetic@ at affordable prices.

(PRWEB) November 10, 2009 -- Board Certified Dermatologist and Regional Sculptra@ trainer Dr Cheryl Effron of Cosmetic Dermatology of Orange County offers Sculptra Aesthetic@ at affordable prices.

Sculptra Aesthetic@ is a facial injectable treatment which volumizes shallow to deep facial wrinkles and folds by stimulating the growth of human collagen (which we tend to lose with age). An injectable form of poly-L-lactic-acid (PLLA), it has been used for some years for medical purposes, but has only recently been approved by the FDA for cosmetic purposes.

The effects of Sculptra Aesthetic@ are gradual and less likely than more immediate treatments to leave patients looking as though they’ve “had work done.” In addition to being gradual, the effects can last for over 2 years. Being a simple injective, Sculptra Aesthetic@ is minimally invasive, completely biocompatible, and requires no downtime. Furthermore, because a local anesthetic is already applied, treatment can be combined with facial correctors (ie. Juvaderm, Resthalyne, Radiesse, etc). In addition to this, Sculptra Aesthetic@ can be purchased at an affordable price (9 CCs for $895).

Dr. Effron was trained in Europe (where injectible poly-L-lactic-acid has been used for years) for this procedure. Also, Dr. Effron is a Board Certified Trainer for Plastic Surgeons and Dermatologists for Sculptra. Dr. Effron is also a regional trainer for this procedure, and was one of the first dermatologists in the US to obtain certification in its administration. This procedure should only be done by a Board Certified Trainer.

Cosmetic Dermatology of Orange County offices are conveniently located in Huntington Beach (a short drive from the 405 FWY) and Anaheim Hills (a short drive from the 91 FWY).

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