It’s wonderful; however, you have to educate the patient about the product, and they must understand that it’s a process. It’s a life-changer in all patients that need filler, but it’s a gradual change they are going to go through. We inject it once a month for three months in a row. The change is very subtle and very gradual, and the change will continue. I always tell patients who do injectables they may want to undergo Sculptra treatments as well, because it’s going to extend what you have done. It gives a foundation to the face. Sculptra gives the structure (it’s a volumizer), while filler is the spackle. It gives fullness and character to the face.