Intraline is a new advancement in hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers that offer non-invasive treatment for wrinkles and folds, thinning or asymmetrical lips, volume loss, and other facial imperfections. The product was developed by Swiss researchers from Bohus Biotech AB by cross-linking premium, non-animal, and biodegradable hyaluronic acid using an innovative spherification technology. As a result, Intraline products are made of smoother hyaluronic acid molecules compared to the angular, rhomboid structure of other cosmetic fillers on the market.
For patients who are looking for a low-risk, non-surgical solution in minimizing facial imperfections, such as lines, wrinkles, and depressions, as well as replacing volume loss, and plumping of lips, Intraline fillers are a good option. Those who are new to dermatological aesthetic procedures will appreciate the long-lasting effects of these dermal fillers.
If your patients need an effective treatment for a wide range of facial problems, Intraline offers different formulations of their fillers to address the varied needs of each individual across all genders and ages.
Doctors use Intraline fillers use to smooth out fine lines to deep wrinkles in the forehead, nasolabial folds, and corners of the mouth. They are also designed to lift and contour the cheeks, sculpt the lips, and increase skin hydration. Well-moisturized skin is protected from early wrinkle formation and the deleterious effects of various irritant agents.
Intraline One: intended to correct moderate lines and wrinkles in the nasolabial folds, marionette lines, and oral commissures. This formulation is also effective for lip enhancement, such as shaping the cupid’s bow.
Intraline Two: intended for severe or deep-set wrinkles, facial contouring, and lip augmentation.
Intraline for Men: intended to correct moderate to deep wrinkles in the forehead and frown lines, and to contour the cheeks, mandible, and other areas of the face.
Hyaluronic acid is an important component in retaining water in the skin. Its ability to hold water, up to 1,000x its weight, makes it an excellent agent in maintaining well-hydrated, smooth, and supple skin. It can also provide optimal skin volume and elasticity. The natural process of aging, intracellular stress, gravity, and other environmental factors affect skin renewal and hyaluronic acid production. Hyaluronic acid in the body gets depleted as we age.
Hyaluronic acid-based dermal fillers help repair damaged skin by putting hyaluronic acid back into the skin, filling in lines, restoring volume, elasticity, and hydration. Intraline fillers are made of a low-viscosity gel that allows the passage of hormones and oxygen. The injected filler gets absorbed by the body over time, leaving no residue behind and minimizing possible complications from the treatment.
Take a full medical history of the patient before advising any form of cosmetic dermal filler to avoid severe side effects and complications. Clean and disinfect the area thoroughly, removing all traces of makeup and dirt. Intraline fillers do not contain lidocaine, so you may apply topical anesthetic cream prior to injection to minimize discomfort. Advise your patients to come back if side effects are severe or if they last for more than 30 days.
The benefits derived from Intraline injections may last for 9 to 12 months after the first session. For optimum result, repeat sessions are recommended between 6 to 12 months.
Intraline fillers are very well-tolerated in most people. It is recommended that patients avoid taking anti-inflammatory medications (NSAIDs), such as aspirin, for it can cause excessive bruising and bleeding at the injection site. Avoid injecting Intraline products to areas recently treated with laser or radio frequency.
Patients may experience mild side effects at the injection site, such as erythema, pain, itching, swelling, tenderness, and in some cases, discoloration and irritation. These will resolve within a week in facial areas, and up to two weeks in the lips. Treated patients are allowed to resume daily, non-vigorous activities, while avoiding prolonged sun exposure, smoking, alcohol, and makeup application.
As with other dermal fillers, the exact cost depends on the area to be treated and the number of injections required in achieving the desired result. You can determine the cost of the treatment based on this information; however, the average cost of dermal fillers ranges from $600 and up.