Cosmetic Fillers
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Cosmetic Filler Injections (Dermal Fillers And Soft Tissue Fillers)

Fillers are used by volume, which change the contours of the face and wrinkles to fill a type of minimally invasive aesthetic medicine. The common areas to inject fillers are in the face, neck and hands, resulting in a fuller, smoother and more youthful appearance. Dermal fillers are among the most popular aesthetic procedures because they bear immediate results with very few risks and little recovery time.

When to use filler:

● If you have deep lines around the eyes, forehead or mouth

● If you want to change the contours of the jaw or lips

● If you are interested in a minimally invasive procedure

Cosmetic Filler – what do you need to know

Advantages

Filler injections are fast and require only a local anesthetic at most.The results are immediate and there is little or even no down timeFillers offer a subtle look that can be adjusted to meet your aesthetic needs.

Disadvantages

Fillers are temporary and require repeated injections in order to keep your goal.Some people may be sensitive and experience bruising and swelling.The results depend on the experience and qualification of the injector.These are the three top pros and cons to weigh when fillers are taken into account. If you are that type of person who wants to focus clearly for your specifications, please consult with your aesthetic plastic surgeon.

Are you a good candidate for filler?

Below are some common reasons why you want to take into account fillers:

● You have lines and wrinkles around the mouth, eyes, or forehead.

● You want to improve the volume in areas such as the cheeks, chin and lips.

● If you have scars and depressions in the skin that lead acne, trauma or congenital defects.

● Injectable fillers can help to reduce the appearance of deep nasolabial folds lines.

● Add volume to areas such as the cheekbones can create a defined contour.

How is a filler procedure performed?

Fillers are administered with a syringe on different areas on the face and head, including the eyes, along the jaw, around the lips and in the forehead. The number, position and depth of injections used depend largely on the type of dermal fillers and the desired results.
Some fillers contain comfort during the injection of a local anesthetic like lidocaine. Numbing cream can also be used.

What are my options?

There are three types of commonly used fillers:

1. Temporary fillers:

Collagen-based fillers: Collagen is a naturally occurring protein that contributes to the strength and structure of the skin. Collagen was the first filler on the market, but the arrival of hyaluronic acid-based fillers has reduced its popularity.

The hyaluronic acid-based fillers such as collagen, hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance, and used primarily to promote fullness and volume.

Calcium hydroxyapatite: Heavier and denser than hyaluronic acid, this filler is injected deep under the skin and usually not immune or allergic reactions occur, because the material is usually found in the bones.

2. Semi-permanent fillers

Longer-lasting dermal fillers typically contain thicker substances, such as the biodegradable synthetic filler, known as poly-L-lactic acid. These types of soft tissue fillers are used to treat deep wrinkles on the face, although they offer semi-permanent results, it is possible that you need an occasional “retouch” several weeks after the first injection.

3. Permanent fillers

Permanent fillers are made of polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA), with microspheres, which are not absorbed by the body. The filler also contains collagen and is recommended only for the pachyderm parts such as the nasolabial folds. It is not recommended for all areas around the eyes or lips.

Silicone injections – Patient Safety Warning

Silicone injections are unsafe and unacceptable option to use as filler. These injections are not FDA approved and is often offered by unlicensed individuals and should be avoided. You should always consult with a board medical specialist for plastic surgery, preferably an ASAPS Member, if you have questions about a specific type or brand..

What are the brand names for fillers?

There are a number of soft tissue filler brand names, but some of the most common are:

Hyaluronic acid based fillers:
Restylane, Juvederm, Perlane and PREVELLE silk, Hydrelle, Belotero

Collagen-based fillers:
Cosmoderm, Cosmoplast, Evolence

Semi-permanent fillers:
Sculptra, Radiesse

Permanent fillers:
ArteFill

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