Injectable fillers are a popular facial rejuvenation treatment that can be used to restore lost volume, smooth lines and wrinkles, or improve facial contours. More than 1 million men and women annually choose this cost-effective way to look younger without surgery or downtime. Dermal fillers can be used to augment the lips, cheeks, chin, neck, nose, hands, earlobes, buttocks, knees, and heels. Full filler revisions are also available to dissolve unwanted fillers from previous procedures.
New fillers are then injected for beautiful, symmetrical results.
Dermal fillersare gel-like substances that are injected under the skin to achieve these results. Side effects of dermal filler treatment are typically limited to mild and transient redness and swelling at the injection sites.Dermal fillers are an effective option for filling small vertical lines around the lips, as well as deeper nasolabial folds. Juvederm Voluma is the first FDA-approved filler in the U.
S. It is the first HA filler to include a 2-year effect statement on its label.A fully licensed healthcare provider will inject a dermal filler into the upper part of the cheeks just below the infra-orbital edges of the eyes to create well-shaped, youthful contours. This can improve the lateral profile of a patient %26 to reduce the appearance of a sagging neck. Dermal filler injections can also be used as a non-surgical option to reshape areas such as the chin, jawline, or nose.Dermal fillers can replace lost volume to help smooth wrinkles, fill lips, and restore a more youthful appearance.
They can even diminish the appearance of scars %26 even on the surrounding texture. Choosing the right dermal filler is a matter of personal preference, number and depth of wrinkles, budget needs and, especially, what a professional recommends.If you suffer from bags under your eyes, dermal fillers do an excellent job of filling in the curves between them and the upper cheeks. Many dermal fillers contain natural ingredients to replenish skin supply and restore a youthful appearance. Hyaluronic acid fillers tend to be the more temporary option and are therefore often recommended for patients with first-time fillers.For more effective treatment, deep injections can also be done between the cheeks and the lower orbital rim with a dermal filler known as Radiesse, which helps the skin create its own collagen.
Treatment to dissolve hyaluronic acid dermal fillers involves injections of an enzyme called hyaluronidase.