Our body naturally changes with age, and those differences might include new wrinkles on our face or cheekbone that aren’t as high as they once were. Dermal fillers can help minimise these signs of aging, if you’re unhappy with them.
However, these changes are completely normal and occur when we lose some of the subcutaneous fat that supports our skin. Over time, the skin on the middle of our faces shifts down too, causing our cheeks to sag a bit. Fillers can help in regaining that volume and bring back the charm of your skin.
Minimally Invasive Procedure
Injectable dermal fillers can plump thin lips, enhance shallow contours, soften facial creases, remove wrinkles and improve the appearance of scars.
IT CAN RESTORE
- Under eye hollowness
- Cheek Volume
- Lip Volume
- Nose Correction
- Chin Correction
- Jawline Correction
- Temple Hollowness
- Scar Revision
Types of Fillers
According to the FDA, there are four categories of fillers. Each is named for the type of material they’re made with:
- Hyaluronic Acid is naturally produced by your body and already found in your skin and cartilage. Generally, fillers made with hyaluronic acid last between 6-12 months.
- Calcium hydroxylapatite is a mineral that is found in our bones. Fillers made with this material last up to 18 months.
- Poly-L-lactic acid is a biodegradable synthetic material that’s also used to make medical products like dissolvable stitches. These fillers may last up to two years.
- Polymethylmethacrylate beads are the only filler that can’t be absorbed by your body, meaning the results are permanent. They’re only used around the mouth.
Disclaimer: The doctor will decide which filler is to be used to meet the requirement of the patient