Dermal fillers are non-invasive treatment used for restoring volume and youth to the face. As people age, the skin starts to lose its elasticity as well as natural hydration. This could lead to wrinkles, lines, and sagging of the skin.
The fillers are a great treatment for restoring plumpness and volume to chin, lips, jawline, cheeks, nose, and the area under one’s eyes.
Generally, dermal fillers are easy and fast. They’re administered through the use of small injections and the results can be seen instantly. The filler injections are simple and quick and give instant results with the minimal amount of downtime and discomfort.
Uses of Dermal Filler Injections
- Lips Enhancement : Beautiful lips can dress up a beautiful smile and nobody is qualified to improve a person’s lips than dentists.
- Naso-Labial Lines : Enhancing the looks of soft tissues around the mouth must be a priority for the dentists wishing to improve the patients overall appearance.
- Cheek Enhancement : Derma fillers provide a reversible and minimally-invasive option for correcting the aesthetic defects of your face.
How Do Dermal Fillers Work?
Dermal fillers are like gels that consist of the substance, which mimics what’s found naturally under one’s skin. After consultation with your physician during which expectations and goals will be discussed thoroughly, your dentist would lay out the treatment plan. Then, the procedure will then start. The numbing cream will also be applied to the area of treatment and you’ll wait about thirty minutes for this to take effect.
Tiny needles will be used for injecting the filler into targeted areas.
Dermal fillers offer a painless and simple way to knock years off one’s appearance. The natural gel is safe and encourages the skin to produce collagen to restore a youthful appearance.
Are There Any Side Effects?
Dermal fillers are safe for everyone as they are made from natural substances. There are limited side effects with dermal fillers because they are made from water and hyaluronic acid, both of which are found naturally in the body. Some people may encounter some redness, swelling, and irritation at the injection site for a few hours and potentially for a few days after the procedure.
What Are The Costs?
Much of the pricing structure depends on where the injections are being made, how many injections are needed, and the actual product that is being used.
Are Dermal Fillers And Botox The Same Procedure?
No – They are actually very different. Botox is made from a neurotoxin that is designed to temporarily paralyze the muscles. Dermal fillers are a gel-like consistency that is injected into various areas to provide volume and a plump look. Each of these will provide very different results.
We recommend coming in for an obligation free consult with your doctor to ensure you know which one you want and which one will provide the appearance that you are trying to achieve.