Published on 5:09 pm, Fri, 26 April 19
There are a number of reasons that dermal fillers are consistently ranked among the most popular aesthetic procedures.
Most notably, these cosmetic injectables have the ability to help women and men turn back the hands of time, counteract signs of aging, and subtly enhance their appearance–without surgery, incisions, or downtime.
If you’re considering dermal fillers, continue reading to learn the ins and outs of injectables and whether they’re right for you.
Here are dermal fillers FAQ.
Dermal fillers are gel-based products that are injected into soft tissue to correct lines and folds, add volume, restore youthful contours, and enhance facial symmetry.
There is a significant amount of versatility in dermal filler application, and different products are able to address different concerns.
With that being said, dermal fillers are well-suited for:
In most cases, dermal filler results are visible immediately after injection, but can continue to improve over the next several weeks.
With collagen stimulators like Radiessse and Sculptra, patients will experience both immediate and progressive effects.
FDA-approved dermal fillers have an excellent safety profile and minimal risks.
Nevertheless, it’s important for patients to ensure that they are being treated by a qualified and experienced injector.
These medical professionals not only have in-depth knowledge of facial anatomy, but they are also equipped to quickly and effectively manage any complications.
After undergoing dermal fillers, patients are free to resume all activities and go about their day as they normally would. They may experience mild and temporary redness, swelling, and bruising, which usually resolve in several days.
The longevity of dermal fillers depends on the product used, amount injected, and treatment area. On average, most injectables last 6-18 months.
If you are considering dermal fillers, please call our office today to schedule a comprehensive consultation with one of our highly skilled and talented injectors.