Sculptra in Mexico City can help erase the signs of aging from your face if you have wrinkles, sagging skin or loss of volume anywhere on your face.
A trip to Mexico City for a holiday means that you can also get some cosmetic treatments for yourself at an affordable rate and you should not miss the opportunity to get some work done if you need it. Sculptra is dermal filler that is helpful in filling deep lines on the face like nose to mouth lines, wrinkles and even fine lines around the lips as well enhancing the lips. It is not only used as a cosmetic product but also used for those who suffer from diseases that cause facial disfigurement.
While most dermal fillers are injected just under the skin, Sculptra is injected much deeper. It causes an inflammatory response in the body and this helps in collagen production. The collagen makes the skin smoother and tighter, reducing or erasing signs of ageing, giving you a more youthful appearance. Results after a series of treatments can last around two years. Since Sculptra is made from a biocompatible material the risk of allergic reactions is low.
When you live in the U.S. or Canada going to Mexico City for a holiday is doable since it is easily accessible by many flights. If you live closer to the border then driving is another option as are buses and trains from some towns. Mexico City is an attractive tourist destination thanks to its much warmer climate and the many tourist attractions that are in the city or not too far away.
You can visit monuments, museums and cultural sites that are centuries old; you can check out the Teotihuacan pyramids, built in 300 BC, a mystic site and also a UNESCO world heritage site. Mexico City has numerous day trips that you can take for sightseeing and you can also take part in various food tours. The place is famous for its shopping malls, department stores and local flea markets for shopping that suits all budgets. From many countries you do not need a visa to travel to Mexico.
It is always better to get cosmetic treatments done by board certified doctors for best results. If you book on your own you will not be able to check out the antecedents of the doctors or clinics. Many people have had bad experiences even with superficial cosmetic treatments so you should not take any risk.
Medical Departures offers safety and the best price guarantee. We can do this because we check out the accreditations and qualifications, the experience and skills of the doctors and clinics we list on our website. We also make sure that the clinics and hospitals follow all international treatment protocols and have an ambience that you are used to. This gives you an added layer of protection and reduces the risk of having a bad experience.
Like other dermal fillers, Sculptra is injected in the areas to be treated. However, this is injected much deeper into the skin, using a special injecting technique that the doctor should be familiar with. The doctor should also use less of the product as it can be topped up later, but if more is used, and then the results may not be what you want. After injections, massage is carried out to evenly distribute the product. In fact, you will be required to massage regularly so that no lumps form.
After treatment it is possible that you have some pain, swelling and bruising for some time, but it will only be uncomfortable and not debilitating. You can use ice packs or cold compresses to reduce the swelling and bruising. You will be able to carry out your normal activities. Results will take six weeks to be apparent and then the doctor can decide how many more treatments are required, since Sculptra works best with more than one treatment (usually around six are recommended at intervals).
In the U.S. you can expect to pay between USD 600 to USD 2,000 depending on how many injections you need and the area you live in. In Mexico City you pay a starting price of USD 300.
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