What are Fillers?
Dermal fillers are natural substances that can be used to fill in deep lines on the face or to replace volume that has been lost over the years. It is not uncommon for both women and men to feel that they’ve lost volume in their cheeks, or that their smile lines are getting deeper with time. Dermal fillers address both of these problems by adding back the lost volume to smooth out the skin and give you back your more youthful appearance.
Are Fillers the Same as Botox?
Dermal fillers and Botox are very different, though they can be used nicely together to improve the appearance of your skin. While Botox is a protein that relaxes the overactive muscles of the face (to decrease wrinkle formation), dermal fillers add volume. Dermal fillers do not affect the muscles of the face; rather, they actually fill in areas of volume loss or deep wrinkles. While the effects of Botox last up to 4 months, dermal fillers last between 6 months and 2 years. Botox and dermal fillers are often used together, to smooth out the dynamic muscles of the face due to overactivity and to improve areas of volume loss over time.
Fillers can do seriously amazing things for your appearance. When these injections are performed by an expert, you can contour, correct, and even change the shape and look of your face.
As we age, we lose fat in our faces, causing volume loss. This can cause hollowness and the look of dark circles under the eyes. Dermal fillers can be used in the tear troughs area to correct the issue. Read more here
Dermal fillers are natural substances that can help to refresh your look and regain your youthful appearance. Injected into the targeted area, face fillers make skin smoother and fuller looking.
Taking no longer than 30 minutes. each treatment involves a tiny injection into the targeted areas.
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