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RHA: The NEW Collection of Designer Fillers to Keep You Wrinkle Free

RHA® – Resilient Hyaluronic Acid is the first innovation for fillers since 2008. Designed to be resilient and made to move with the dynamic demands of your face. RHA® is the only FDA-authorized hyaluronic acid filler for helping reduce wrinkles and folds drastically. The filler is a clear injectable gel that corrects facial wrinkles for beautiful vibrant skin. Folds and wrinkles appear in locations of the face that move repetitively. Micro movements such as scrunching of the nose and eyes, frowning, laughing, and talking cause wrinkles and folds. These imperfections can be difficult to treat because other facial fillers may cause the location to look unnatural and stiff. The RHA Collection is the latest filler to adapt to your facial movement, giving you a naturally youthful look.

Dramatic Results by RHA

How does it work?

The RHA ® Collection of fillers is injected into the dermal tissue to correct wrinkles and folds. No anesthesia or surgery needed.

Is it safe?

The RHA® Collection of fillers is FDA approved.

Any reasons I should not receive the RHA filler?

Do not receive the injection if you have a history of numerous severe allergic reactions or extreme allergies. If you have adverse reactions to lidocaine or gram-positive microbial healthy proteins. Also, if you have a bleeding condition.

What preventative measures should I talk about with my medical professional before getting an RHA injection? 

Inform your medical professional if you are expectant or breastfeeding as the safety and security of these items for usage throughout maternity or breastfeeding have not been researched. Inform your physician if you have a background of scarring, keloid developments, or discoloration because this may increase discoloration.

Inform your medical professional if you intend to get laser therapies or a chemical peel because there is a risk of swelling after treatment.

Discuss with your medical professional if you are taking medication to extend blood loss, such as pain killers, Advil, or various other blood thinners. Taking these might raise wounding or hemorrhaging at the injection site.

Do I need a prescription?

Yes. Your doctor will evaluate your condition to be sure RHA® is the right fit for you. We recommend that you schedule a consultation with a Board Certified Plastic Surgeon.

How should I prepare for my treatment? 

Minimize exercise, direct exposure to sunlight, and avoid alcohol 24-hours before treatment.

Where can I learn more?

Please go to RHACollection.com or schedule a consultation with Dr. Bernacki at Ohio Plastic Surgery Specialists to determine if RHA fillers are suitable for you.