As we get older one of the earliest signs of ageing is loss of volume in the face.
With the latest dermal filler technology and injection techniques, cosmetic surgeons and practitioners can now add youthful volume to the face and plump out lines with long-lasting results.
Dermal Fillers are in fact the most sought after treatments for wrinkles and sagging skin for the face. But what exactly are dermal fillers?
Dermal Fillers are mostly made up of calcium hydroxylapatite, hyaluronic acid, collagen or Poly-L-lactic acid or for short PLLA which is injected in the skin’s dermis, in the deep layer of the skin that contains the natural collagen.
I have included an explanation of each of these terms in the article attached to the more info tab below.
Dermal fillers can be injected into the face to correct fine lines, creases, folds, scars, loss of volume and are also used for enhancing lips, reconstructing noses, chins, jawline sculpting and non-surgical rhinoplasty.
One thing people often get confused with dermal fillers is that they think that Dermal fillers are a muscle relaxant. It is important to know that they have no muscle relaxants in them whatsoever!
Again when looking into having a dermal filler you need to check who is performing the procedure. Do they have the right training and experience? Think about what the results are going to look like – if you have the option ask computer generated before and after photos. And ask as many questions as you can possibly think of so you have no doubts about the dermal filler you are having done.
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