Injectables


Studito City Injectables & Fillers

There is no way to stop the hands of time from ravaging your face and body but thanks to modern innovation there are affordable and non-invasive ways to turn back the clock and make your face and body look younger. If you are uncomfortable with the way that you look, or if you are in a profession where looking youthful is required for success injectable dermal fillers, and anti-aging treatments are a great alternative to cosmetic surgery.

Injectables can be used to fight a huge range of age-related skin and appearance problems. Injectables are safe FDA-approved aesthetic solutions that can be used to enhance and restore volume loss, improve facial symmetry, plump and lift cheeks, nose, chins, earlobes, jawlines, temples, lips and hands. They can also diminish lines and wrinkles and restore a youthful look. Facial fillers are made from a natural substance, hyaluronic acid-based gel, that that reverses facial aging. These non-surgical treatments and facial fillers are administered in an outpatient clinic so that you can return to your day very soon after treatment.

Prices

Botox

$139

15 units

Dysport

$129

30 units

Juvederm Ultra XC

$469

1.0 CC Syringe

Juvederm Ultra Plus XC

$469

1.0 CC Syringe

Juvederm Voluma XC

$599

1.0 CC Syringe

Kybella

$499

(min. 2 vials)

Restylane

$399

1.0 CC Syringe

Restylane Silk / Lyft

$439

1.0 CC Syringe

Restylane Refyne / Defyne

$439

1.0 CC Syringe

Volbella XC

$339

0.6 CC Syringe

Vollure XC

$499

1.0 CC Syringe

B-12 Injection

$25

1.0 CC Syringe


Los Angeles Injectables - Divante Laser Medspa, Studio City

What We Offer


  • Botox

    This worldwide known procedure treats muscle spasms and relaxes facial muscles to reduce wrinkles in a matter of minutes.

  • Dysport

    Dysport is a new procedure in America, but it’s one of the most prominent alternatives to botox. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Kybella

    Destroys fat cells in the area under the chin to improve your appearance without having to undergo a major surgery. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Juvéderm Ultra XC / Ultra Plus XC

    Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Juvéderm Volbella XC

    This is ideal for correcting fine lines and wrinkles around the lips, cheeks and chin area. It can last up to one year. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Juvéderm Voluma XC

    The first filler containing Hyaluronic Acid (HA) approved by FDA that restores definition to the cheek area. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Juvéderm Vollure XC

    This hyaluronic acid filler is mixed with lidocaine, which makes the application more comfortable. It can last between 15 and 18 months, and can be applied to contour the face and treat deep skin depressions.

  • Restylane

    These fillers contain non-animal sourced hyaluronic acid (HA). It is specially used for lip enhancement. However, they can also correct face wrinkles, nose to mouth lines, mouth corners and forehead wrinkles. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Restylane Silk / Lyft

    The first and only filler approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat wrinkles and lines around the mouth as well as enhance lips for people over 21. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • Restylane Refyne / Defyne

    While Refyne is used to correct from moderate to severe facial wrinkles and folds, Defyne can correct deep facial wrinkles and folds. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks.

  • B-12 Injection

    These fillers contain a man-made type of vitamin B-12. Taken in monthly doses, they can boost metabolism, enhance energy and help in weight loss. Commonly used to correct severe facial wrinkles, deep nasolabial folds and marionette lines, and to fill in depressed areas in the cheeks


A Great Solution for Fighting Signs Of Aging

There is no way to stop the hands of time from ravaging your face and body but thanks to modern innovation there are affordable and non-invasive ways to turn back the clock and make your face and body look younger. If you are uncomfortable with the way that you look, or if you are in a profession where looking youthful is required for success injectable dermal fillers, and anti-aging treatments are a great alternative to cosmetic surgery.

Injectables can be used to fight a huge range of age-related skin and appearance problems. Injectables are safe FDA-approved aesthetic solutions that can be used to enhance and restore volume loss, improve facial symmetry, plump and lift cheeks, nose, chins, earlobes, jawlines, temples, lips and hands. They can also diminish lines and wrinkles and restore a youthful look. Facial fillers are made from a natural substance, hyaluronic acid-based gel, that that reverses facial aging. These non-surgical treatments and facial fillers are administered in an outpatient clinic so that you can return to your day very soon after treatment.

There are many different kinds of injectable dermal fillers on the market, including those from well-known pharma giants Galderma. They have many different brand names like Allergan, Botox, Dysport, and Juvaderm, to name a few. But all of these different products are used in the same way. Units of the fillers are injected by a medical doctor or clinician under the skin on the face, neck, hands and other part of the body to restore beauty and make your face and body look young again.

As people get older, their bodies naturally stop making the collagen and other substances that are necessary to keep skin plump and firm. Injectables are the perfect way to get that collagen back and lift your cheeks, plump your lips, and fill in areas of the face that have started to sag or fall. Other injectables can be used to relax the muscles in the face and neck to eliminate frown lines and other signs of aging. Using injectables is safe when done by a doctor or clinician. And because injectables are administered on an outpatient basis, there is no long recovery period or downtime.

Most injectables last between two and four months, meaning you will need additional treatments to keep looking your best. But there are many discount programs and purchase incentives that you can use to save money on multiple sessions so that you won’t have to spend a fortune to look great. And since many insurance companies don’t cover elective cosmetic procedures, you would most likely have to pay a lot more out of pocket for cosmetic enhancements that are done surgically. Injectables are an affordable alternative to cosmetic surgeries and don’t have the same risks that surgeries have.

Who Can Get Dermal Fillers and Injectables?

Anyone that wants to feel better about their appearance should think about dermal fillers or injectable anti-aging treatments. Because these treatments are safe and have very few side effects, there’s no reason to hesitate if you have areas of your face or body that you want to improve. In today’s social media-driven world there are serious benefits to looking your best. You never know when you’re going to get tagged in photos on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter or when you might have to do a live stream video. And with the gig economy quickly becoming the most reliable way to earn a living for millions of people looking your best is part of marketing yourself to prospective employers. You are your brand, and it will pay off to market your brand in the most effective way possible by keeping your appearance youthful and attractive.

The Cost of Dermal Fillers and Injectables

While the cost of dermal fillers and injectables is much lower than cosmetic surgery costs. Each filler varies in pricing, but call us to find out about any dermal fillers deals we might have!

The Amount of Filler Needed

Often injectables are priced per unit that is going to be injected into your face or body. But the number of units that you need will depend on your particular situation. So, some people might only need a few units while others might need more. The best way to determine how much the procedure will cost is to have an initial consultation. The cost will also partly depend on how many sessions that you’re going to need in order to get the results that you want. Many facilities do offer discounted plans, and some offer in-house payment options so if cost is something you’re concerned about talk about your concerns with the facility’s payment coordinator to find out all the options that are available to you.

Are Dermal Fillers and Injectables Effective?

That’s the most common question that people have about dermal fillers and injectables. And the answer is that yes, they are quite effective. More than 90% of people who have injectable treatments to fight the signs of aging are happy with their results. And most of those people continue to have injectable treatments for years after their initial treatments because they are so happy with the results.

Injectable and dermal fillers have been tested and studied by the FDA and other governing agencies for years. And the results of their studies show that both initially and over time these treatments are safe and effective for reversing the signs of aging and restoring beauty. So, if you have been thinking about enhancing your appearance with injectable dermal fillers, there is no reason to wait. The best version of yourself is just a few injections away.

Do Injectables Hurt?

Most people don’t have any pain or discomfort from the injections. If you are worried about pain or discomfort during or after the procedure, a doctor can apply a topical numbing agent like lidocaine to make sure that you don’t feel any pain during the treatment. Lidocaine creams and sprays can also be used after the injections if there is any soreness or pain as a result of the treatment. But in most cases within an hour of treatment, the patients feel totally fine and normal. You will begin to see the results of the treatment within 48 hours of the treatment usually. And most injectables last between two and four months, although some injectable wrinkle fighters can last for years.

What Can I Expect During A Treatment?

Injectable treatment usually takes between 15 minutes and an hour. Before the injection is giving the doctor or clinician will map your face and carefully mark the areas where the injections will be placed. This step is crucial to making sure that your facial symmetry remains intact so during the first session the doctor or clinician may spend extra time on this step to make sure they find the exact spot where each injection should be given. When you come back for subsequent sessions this part of the treatment won’t take as long.

Cleaning and Numbing

After the face mapping is done the doctor will cleanse the area where the injection is going to be given with an antibacterial cleaner, and if you are worried about the pain, this is when the doctor or clinician will apply a topical numbing agent like a lidocaine cream. Once your face is numb, and you won’t feel the needle the doctor will give the injection.

The Injection

The injection itself takes only a few moments. After the injection, the doctor or clinician will assess the success of the injection and decide whether or not more filler is needed to get the look that you want. The doctor may end up injecting more filler, or the doctor may decide to wait until your next session to see if more filler is needed.

And then the procedure is done. After making sure that you’re comfortable and aren’t having any pain, numbness or stinging sensations you will be ready to go. The doctor or nurse will give you complete aftercare instructions that may require you to be less active for a couple of days in order to give the treated area time to heal, but in general, you should be able to resume all your normal activities within a day or two.