BELOTERO® offers a comprehensive range of hyaluronic acid fillers that deliver predictable and natural-looking results1 which responds to the individual needs of each patient. Take a closer look at the BELOTERO® brand and its entire product range to discover the right treatment for your patient’s needs.
The BELOTERO® portfolio has seven products that can be used in combination for facial rejuvenation. Each product has its own characteristics and intended use.
The BELOTERO® range is versatile enough to address multiple areas of concern including lip volumisation, softening fine lines, smoothing contours and restoring structure.
Some of the benefits of BELOTERO® are:
The BELOTERO® difference is the combination of Cohesive Polydensified Matrix® (CPM®) technology for a lasting effect into the skin, while respecting facial movement and natural-looking results.4
BELOTERO®’s specific manufacturing process known as CPM® technology, results in different densities of HA, creating a combination of high and low-density zones. This allows the gel to ‘mimic’ tissue behaviour, to ensure optimal integration of the gel into the surrounding tissue. For you, this means that BELOTERO® integrates seamlessly into your skin and stays intact for lasting effect.4
BELOTERO® Volume Instructions for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Balance Instructions for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Intense for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Soft Instructions for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Lips Shape for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Lips Contour for Use (IFU) 2020. BELOTERO® Revive for Use (IFU) 2019.
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1. Micheels 2015_Treatment of age-related mid-face atrophy by injection of CPM HA volumizer 2. Buntrock, H et al. Efficacy, Safety, and patient Satisfaction of a Monophasic Cohesive Polydensified Matrix Versus a Biphasic Nonanimal Stabilizied Hyaluronic Acid Filler After Single Injection in Nasolabial Folds 2013. 3. Taufig A.Z. et al., A new strategy to detect intradermal reactions after injection of resorbable dermal fillers - J Asthet Chir, 2009, 2:29-36. 4. Micheels P et al 2017_JCAD. Two Crosslinking Technologies for Superficial Dermis Injection
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