Thanks to dermal fillers, most people now can enjoy fuller cheeks, plumper lips, smoother skin and look years younger than their biological age. Although previously these treatments were just limited to people in show business who were required to look their best at all times, today these treatments are readily available with most leading skin clinics in your area. Most modern-day injectable dermal fillers are easy to get, long-lasting, and are designed for subtlety. They are quite safe to use and so long you get your dermal fillers done from a professional and licensed doctor, you can be sure of experiencing great results. Having said that, it still pays to know a few facts about dermal fillers so that you can have realistic expectations and complete knowledge of how dermal fillers work before you opt for them.
Modern-day dermal fillers are made from hyaluronic acid which is found naturally in your skin. Unlike popular misconception, dermal fillers aren’t the same as usual neurotoxins like Botox or Dysport, which mainly freeze muscles to reduce wrinkles. Quite contrary to that, fillers smooth out skin by filling wrinkles. Formerly collagen used to be a common filler, but lately, most fillers, such as Restylane and Juvéderm, use hyaluronic acid. With the ability to retain moisture, hyaluronic acid. Helps your skin to get a plump and hydrated look. Although it is typically used to moisturize by many people, only injected injectable hyaluronic acid can give the voluminous effect. Once injected, collagen can add to the natural plumping action, and even replenish the natural production of hyaluronic acid, which starts reducing with age.
One dermal filler injection with hyaluronic acid from a licensed and experienced doctor is all you need for a flawless look that lasts for several months or maybe longer. Most results last for about six months or even more, depending on the location of the injection. Many experts suggest the use of hyaluronic acid specifically for long-term results.
Ever wondered how to distinguish between a good and bad filler? The key is invisibility. A good filler is never visible. Trout pout and duck lips are signs of fillers. But when inserted by a trained and experienced doctor, fillers will look natural. With better filling techniques dermatologists are able to create an almost impermeable look. Previously laugh line fillers, for example, were inserted right in the laugh lines to literally fill in the wrinkles. Today, they are inserted near the cheekbone to restore fullness, which lifts the face and makes the smile lines look almost invisible.
Most hyaluronic acid fillers are naturally broken down by the body. You need to get regular touch-ups once or twice a year to maintain the look. One good thing about it is that many first time patients have an option to try out fillers without any long-term risks since their effect will naturally diminish. It is very important to have your fillers done by qualified and experienced doctors such as from Chellsey Medi Spa for the best results.