April 30, 2023

FDA Approves Sculptra Injectable for Cheek Wrinkles

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in April approved Sculptra, an injectable poly-L-lactic acid, for the correction of cheek wrinkles.

A popular dermal filler, Sculptra was first approved in 2004 and has long been used for facial rejuvenation, focusing primarily on restoring lost volume and combating sagging skin. According to Dr. Hamori, the recent FDA approval for the correction of cheek wrinkles, "reinforces Sculptra's relevance, effectiveness and safety in the aesthetic injectable toolkit.” Dr. Hamori has long used Sculptra to treat deep folds between the nose and mouth (or smile line), marionette lines and chin wrinkles.

To learn if Sculptra for cheek wrinkles is right for you, consult with either Dr. Hamori or Dr. DiEdwardo, both designated as ExpertInjectors for their training and experience in cosmetic injectables. 

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