Sculptra® is an injectable that helps stimulate your skin's own natural collagen production to help restore its inner structure and increase facial volume that has been lost due to aging. Unlike typical dermal fillers you may have had with me, Sculptra® results improve over time and may require a series of treatments. As you can see in the transformation (swipe!) after three vials of Sculptra® and 27 weeks of improved collagen production, this patient has increase facial volume, diminished wrinkles and an overall youthful, yet natural appearance


While it may feel like Sculptra®'s popularity blew up over night, this collagen-replenishing injectable has been Health Canada approved for cosmetic use since 2006. However, with recent formula improvements and A-list endorsements, there's no doubt the demand for Sculptra® is on the rise—and with good reason! Sculptra® is unlike any dermal filler you've had before; it restores facial volume and diminishes wrinkles gradually by stimulating your body's natural collagen production.
While results are not instantaneous like other dermal fillers, they do last two to five years and are extremely natural-looking.

1 Vial
(multiple vials may be required, consultation is required to finalize pricing)


What areas is Sculptra® best for?
Sculptra® is most effective in the following areas:
  • Temples: It treats hollowing and volume loss by injecting into the deep plane of the temple region, offering significant improvements in facial contour.
  • Mid-cheek: Sculptra® is suitable for addressing fine lines and hollowing, common in weight loss. Injections are made superficially below the boney cheek region and can be paired with other dermal fillers for enhanced results.
  • Lower face: It offers a natural structuring effect for issues like jowling and pre-jowl depressions.
  • Chin: Sculptra® can be used for chin augmentation where it’s injected along the jaw bone to achieve the desired effect.
How soon will I see Sculptra® results?

Following the Sculptra® treatment, the injected areas may appear fuller initially, largely due to swelling. The
real transformation becomes evident around the six-week mark as collagen production increases. Your Sculptra® results will continue to improve over the months following the final treatment in your series.

How long are Sculptra® treatments?

Like any cosmetic injection treatment with me, your Sculptra® treatment starts with a consultation. During this time, we will review your treatment plan, any questions you may have and discuss post-treatment care. As you might expect, your first Sculptra® treatment will likely be slightly longer as we will map out a personalized treatment plan tailored to your individual needs. The actual injection process for Sculptra® is similar to other dermal fillers or neuromodulators you may have tried. We will mark out the injection points with a skin-safe marketing pencil. The injection process is relatively comfortable, lasting about half an hour. Topical anesthetics can be applied to reduce any discomfort

What downtime can I expect after Sculptra®?

One of the many reasons why we love Sculptra® is because no downtime is required—you may return to your normal daily activities post-treatment. That being said, the same general rules that apply for post-treatment   care other injectables apply with Sculptra®. Exercise should be avoided for at least 24 hours post treatment, facials and dental work should be avoided for two weeks after your treatment and aftercare instructions should be followed for optimal results. The first 24 hours after Sculptra® injections, swelling is common. To minimize swelling, apply a cold pack to the treatment area for a few minutes at a time. To help your Sculptra® settle and minimize the risk of small lumps forming under the skin, you will be required to gently massage the treatment area for five minutes at a time, five times a day for five days. Specific massage techniques will be provided at the time of your treatment. Finally, it is best to avoid direct sunlight or UV exposure until your swelling has subsided.