I’m in my 30s. Would Sculptra be a good product for me?

Hi I'm 30 and my facial shape is round. I'm thinking about getting filler injected in my chin to give my face a better proportion. A doctor has suggested Sculptra. Does that work to lengthen or make the chin more pronounced? Is it the right product for what I'm trying to achieve?

In general, I almost never start with Sculptra since it IS more permanent.  Why not start with something more temporary and make sure you like the effect first?  A syringe of Restylane or Juvederm would be a solution that lasts 4-9 months in most people.   And at 30, you might even get a longer lasting result or need very little of it.  If you don’t like it, it can be reversed while Sculptra has to wear off which can take up to 2 years.   Link to how to avoid filler mistakes.   Hope this helps.  Dr. I

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