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Updated: Apr 27, 2023

Cosmetic plastic surgeons use dermal fillers to improve the look of a person's face, reduce wrinkles and depressions in the skin, and treat fine lines and deep folds or creases in the skin of the face. Fillers may also be used to correct hollow areas beneath the eyes.

What You Need To Know

  • The effects of dermal fillers are not permanent, and patients may need to undergo touch-up treatments.

  • A dermatologist, board-certified plastic surgeon, or another medical doctor can inject the filler. The procedure is minimally invasive and frequently takes place in a doctor's office.

  • If a patient is dissatisfied with the results of dermal filler treatment, the doctor can safely remove the solution and dissolve it.

  • It's critical to locate a practitioner with proven experience applying dermal fillers for the most attractive and natural-appearing outcomes.

  • Botulin toxin is a neurotoxin that temporarily smooths frown lines between the brows by relaxing the small muscles in the area. It's not a filler but rather an injectable therapy that relaxes these tiny muscles to make them appear smoother.

Types of Dermal Fillers

Safe, FDA-approved alternatives include hyaluronic acid, polymethyl methacrylate, poly-L-lactic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, and body fat. The doctor will collaborate with each client to select the most appropriate one based on their skin type, age, and other criteria while considering the person's goals.

Calcium Hydroxylapatite

Calcium hydroxylapatite fights deeper wrinkles and skin folds. It may aid in contouring the jawline and restoring volume in and around the cheeks. When used to fill wrinkles, these injections can last up to three years, while when utilized for contouring; they can only last up to one year.

Human Fat

The doctor may extract fat from the patient's body and reinject it to enhance facial fullness, fill in deep creases, and build shallow contours. Fat injections are more complicated than other injectable fillers because they require liposuction to obtain the fat before injection. Fat injections are unpredictable regarding how long they last and vary from patient to patient and where the injection is administered.

Polymethyl Methacrylate (PMMA)

The substance used in this filler is microspheres mixed with collagen gel. The gel provides immediate volume, lifting the skin and softening wrinkles and acne scars. Microspheres remain in place to provide structural support for more appealing skin.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a substance that occurs naturally in the skin's connective tissue. Its safety and efficacy have made it the most popular cosmetic injectable. Injections of hyaluronic acid can relax fine lines and creases while restoring the skin's volume.

The size of the particles in hyaluronic acid products varies, with fine lines and deeper wrinkles and folds requiring smaller particles and bigger particles being used for deeper wrinkles and folds.

Poly-L-lactic Acid

This treatment, originally developed to treat significant facial wasting in HIV disease, is now FDA-approved for the treatment of facial aging. Injections last up to two years.

Other Injectable Cosmetic Procedures

Botulinum Toxin

Botulinum toxin is a purified protein injectable filler that is FDA-approved for the temporary treatment of frown lines and has a cosmetic application. This simple, non-surgical injection can reduce or remove forehead creases, crow's feet near the eyes, and thick bands in the neck.

Botox paralyzes the muscles that cause wrinkles by blocking nerve impulses. The toxin temporarily paralyzes the muscles that form wrinkles, giving the skin a more youthful look and feel.

Deoxycholic Acid

The FDA-approved use of deoxycholic acid is a nonsurgical technique to dissolve excessive fat beneath the chin, also known as a double chin, began in 2015. Previously, the only way to get rid of this region was through liposuction or surgery.

The deoxycholic acid injections are done at the doctor's office for this treatment. More than one treatment might be required in some situations. The most reported adverse effects were redness, swelling, bruising, and numbness, which were short-term and mild. The acid gradually dissolves fat cells, causing them to break down.

Deoxycholic acid treatments are ideal for people with a double chin caused by extra fat and mild to moderate amounts of excessive skin. This treatment is not appropriate for those with significant excess skin.

Get Dermal Fillers from Luviacure Turkey

Dermal fillers are a popular treatment for reducing the appearance of wrinkles and lines on the face. They are also used to add volume to the lips, cheeks, and chin. If you're interested in dermal fillers, we highly recommend Luviacure Turkey. Our clinic offers top-quality treatments administered by experienced professionals. Get in touch with us today to schedule a consultation and learn more about how dermal fillers can help you achieve a youthful look.

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