Sculptra, also known as poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA), is an FDA-approved injectable filler designed to address volume loss and facial wrinkles. Unlike traditional fillers, which provide immediate results by adding volume to the treated area, Sculptra works gradually by stimulating the body’s natural collagen production. The biocompatible PLLA micro-particles are injected into targeted areas of the face, where they work to replenish lost collagen and restore youthful facial contours over time.

How it works
Collagen, a protein that provides structural support to the skin, diminishes with age, leading to volume loss, wrinkles, and sagging. Sculptra works by triggering the body’s natural collagen production process, gradually restoring volume and improving skin texture and elasticity. As the PLLA microparticles are gradually absorbed, new collagen fibers form, resulting in a fuller, more youthful appearance that can last up to two years or longer.

Side effects
Common side effects may include temporary redness, swelling, bruising, tenderness, or discomfort at the injection sites. These effects typically resolve within a few days to a week.

One of the key benefits of Sculptra is its versatility in facial rejuvenation. Whether used to restore lost volume in the cheeks, temples, or jawline, or to soften lines and wrinkles, Sculptra offers natural-looking results that evolve subtly over time. By strategically injecting Sculptra into specific areas of the face, skilled practitioners can sculpt and contour the face, restoring balance and harmony to facial features without the need for surgery.

For Treatment Of


30 min

What To Expect

Sculptra is administered via injections by a doctor after cleansing the treatment area and applying a numbing cream for comfort. Using a fine needle, the solution is strategically injected into areas with volume loss or wrinkles. The number of injections and amount of Sculptra depend on the individual’s goals.

Multiple sessions may be needed for optimal results, as collagen production is stimulated gradually over time.


While some temporary swelling or bruising may occur after treatment, downtime is generally minimal, allowing patients to resume their daily activities with confidence.