Belotero, injectable dermal fillers, are one of the newest skincare wrinkle treatments for Central Florida-area patients who are seeking a younger, brighter look. Winter Haven plastic surgeon, Dr. Kesh Nawada, offers Belotero, which is comprised of a hyaluronic acid gel solution, to minimize deep wrinkles such as lip and smile lines and forehead wrinkles. Belotero injections are ideal for those who desire a long-term, immediate wrinkle solution that brings a more youthful complexion. Dr. Nawada can alter the strength of Belotero injections according to the patient’s aesthetic goals and desires, which will be thoroughly discussed during the patient's initial consultation.
"Dr. Nawada is hands down the BEST Plastic Surgeon in Central Florida. Prior to my surgery I was well informed and given 100% confidence. In result, my instincts were spot on selecting Dr. Nawada to perform my elaborate procedure. Surgery went smooth and follow up was very caring & professional. He is an artist that helped me gain my confidence back. Thank you Dr.Nawada & Amazing Nurses!!"- J. / Healthgrades / Apr 09, 2016
"Dr nawada and staff are awesome"- L.S. / Google / May 07, 2018
"Like most people I did a lot of research before moving forward with both my procedures. I decided to come to Dr. Nawada after reading reviews and meeting with him and his staff. I cannot say enough about how wonderful Dr. Nawada is. His knowledge and experience speak volumes, his staff is amazing and really make you feel comfortable. I highly recommend that anyone at least go and talk to him about any procedure, you will not be disappointed."- S. / Healthgrades / Mar 07, 2018
"Superb surgeon, great skills, fine bedside manner."- Anonymous / UCompareHealthcare / Feb 18, 2018
"My Glow Up Is Real - I'm extremely happy with my results. I had a Breast Augmentation 4 months ago! Everything went smoothly, and I was comfortable, and they look and feel so natural. I had 400cc Silicone implants. I will always recommend friends and family to Dr. Nawada! Thank you!"- A. / RealSelf / Oct 16, 2017
Belotero is administered during an in-office appointment that typically takes about 15-30 minutes. The injection treatment, including the dosage, specific formulation, and injection location, is tailored during the procedure to fulfill the patient’s specific needs. The injection is given through a syringe to localized areas on the face. Patients will feel a small prick as the needle inserts through the skin, but any pain or discomfort can be controlled with a topical anesthetic.
What to Expect@headingTag>
Immediately following a Belotero injection, mild swelling and redness at the injection site are usual. This will subside a few hours after the procedure. Patients can resume their normal activities immediately, but exercise should be avoided for a few hours. Results following the injection will become apparent immediately and usually last between 6-12 months. After the surgery, skin will appear younger and restored.
The average cost per Belotero treatment is $400-600 per syringe. However, cost will vary depending upon how much of the medication is used, the specific formulation, and the depth of the desired results. The number of treatments varies upon the procedure goals; some patients may only need 1 syringe, while 2-3 treatments are normal for certain conditions. Consult our certified team to uncover more details of a personalized Belotero treatment.
Plan Your Procedure
- Average Cost
- From $600
- Recovery Time
- Average Procedure Time
- 15-30 Minutes
- Post-op Follow-up
- 6-12 Months
- Procedure Recovery Location
How Does it Compare?@headingTag>
There are many reputable fillers on the market today, each with their set of benefits. While several filler products comprised of hyaluronic acid exist, Belotero works a bit differently to interact with the mid-to-deep dermis for correction of moderate-to-severe facial wrinkles and folds, such as the nasolabial folds (laugh lines). The differences between the hyaluronic fillers can be discussed during the initial consultation.
Is it Safe?@headingTag>
Yes. Belotero is an FDA procedure that has undergone extensive tests to validate its efficacy and safety.
Botox or Filler?@headingTag>
Belotero, as well as many other injectable fillers, offer a similar result as what may be achieved through BOTOX, but the approach is different. Injectable fillers help to decrease wrinkles by adding volume to certain facial structures that look deflated due to aging or weight loss. By adding volume, the skin’s surface appears fuller and smoother. BOTOX temporarily freezes the underlying facial muscles, allowing them to relax which causes the skin’s surface to appear softer and smoother. A skilled practitioner will be able to determine which procedure would garner the best results.