Restylane Overview

Treats: Aging symptoms, volume loss, contour irregularities

Length: 10-15 minutes

Anesthesia: Topical numbing is available

In/Outpatient: Outpatient

Side Effects: Mild swelling and bruising around the injection sites for 1-2 day

Recovery: Patients usually return to work and other activities immediately following the procedure

Duration of Results: 6-12 months

Remarkable Care, Exceptional Results


“I have been getting facial fillers by Dr. Kulbersh for 5 years, and the results always match my expectations. He truly listens to what my desired outcome will look like, and consistently delivers through his expertise.

I would recommend going to Dr. Kulbersh if you are looking for natural-looking results.”

-cmpaige, RealSelf


As we age, the face loses volume resulting in a loss of definition and sagging the facial skin. This is secondary to the loss of a combination of fat and bone.

Restylane is a facial dermal filler that is used to enhance facial features. It can be used in patients who want to improve their facial balance or have lost volume secondary to the aging process.

Restylane is composed of hyaluronic acid, which is a naturally occurring substance in the human body.

Our highly trained team, including Dr. Kulbersh, board-certified physician assistant Heather Bryant, and board-certified nurse practitioner Courtney Whitley, safely and effectively uses Restylane for our patients at Carolina Facial Plastics in Charlotte.

The top aesthetic destination of the south, Carolina Facial Plastics, is led by double board-certified facial plastic surgeon Dr. Jonathan Kulbersh. With his team of cosmetic experts, a fully accredited surgery center, and a private recovery retreat all located in the heart of SouthPark, Carolina Facial Plastics is known for unparalleled and natural-looking results exclusively for the face.

Restylane consists of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance that composes the extracellular matrix in the body.

The extracellular matrix is responsible for supporting the cells of the body. Since Restylane is composed of a naturally occurring substance, it is safe for all patients to undergo.


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Restylane is commonly injected into the following facial regions:

Patients always want to know what their options are if they do not like their Restylane.

Restylane can be injected with an enzyme, hyaluronidase, which instantaneously dissolves all of the filler.

If a patient doesn’t like how they look after getting Restylane in North Carolina, it can be easily removed.

This is a difficult question to answer because Restylane is absorbed by the body at different rates.

Dr. Kulbersh tells people the real question is how often you need to have Restylane injected to maintain your results. Most of his patients like to have the area re-injected after 60% of the Restylane has been absorbed.

Depending on the area of the face, this will be every 6-12 months. Areas of the face that move more frequently, like the mouth, will dissolve the Restylane faster than non-mobile areas (temples).

To schedule a Restylane consultation, contact our office by calling (704) 842-3644 or completing our online contact form.

At Carolina Facial Plastics, we’re extremely confident in our abilities to provide patients with the most natural and youthful results possible. To learn more about how we can help you, schedule your appointment today.

Frequently asked questions

Restylane is a safe product and can be injected anywhere in the face. Some areas are more sensitive to injections than others due to the thinness of the skin.

Restylane in Charlotte cannot be injected in the tissues directly surrounding the eye.


Our team commonly injects Restylane around the eyes to smooth away bags underneath the eyes. By placing filler in the tear troughs, we can also minimize discoloration and fine lines while refreshing the appearance overall.


No. If you receive Restylane injections in North Carolina before the body has dissolved 100% of it, you should require less on your follow-up treatments.


There is a wide range of pricing for Restylane in Charlotte. Restylane is priced per syringe. Each syringe contains 1ml of product.

An experienced and highly trained facial plastic surgeon that performs the procedure may charge more than a less experienced injector. However, your results will likely be superior, as well. Also, the price can vary between the first and each subsequent syringe.


This depends on the treatment location, age of the patient, and the amount of volume loss. It can range from 1 syringe to over 20 syringes.


Restylane has been traditionally injected with a needle. A needle is painful, traumatic, and can cause bruising. At Carolina Facial Plastics, we inject Restylane with a blunt-tipped micro-cannula. The micro-cannula causes less trauma resulting in a more comfortable experience and less risk of a bruise.


Dr. Kulbersh is a leader in injectable fillers in Charlotte. He is currently one of the highest volume injectors of Restylane in North and South Carolina.


Yes, you can have your consultation and injection on the same day. When scheduling your appointment, let the receptionist know that you are interested in having the injection the same day. This way your appointment is scheduled in such a manner that our team has time to do your injection.


When selecting an injector to administer your treatment, training, experience, and expertise are essential. Our team is solely focused on only treatments and rejuvenation of the face and neck. Every member of our team has at least 7 years of experience and has injected thousands of patients. Our specialization and experience matters in ensuring you have a fantastic result. We use the most recent and advanced techniques such as the micro-cannula to limit downtime, improve safety, and create amazing results.


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