Know About The Usage And Working Of Dermal Fillers

The dermal fillers are a growing technology used to combat all types of facial aging. Learning about the concepts, ingredients and working of this method helps people who wish to get it done

A large population of men and women suffers from low self-esteem and confidence due to due to ageing. Many people are not happy with how they look. To solve all the problems related to aging signs on the facial skin, fillers are indeed the best solution. Let us know more about the technology in detail.


What can a filler therapy do?

These fillers can be used to treat several types of concerns related to facial aging. Some of them are mentioned below:

  • Adds volume and smoothens the wrinkles running from the nose to the mouth region. Plump up thin lips and vanishing vertical lines on the surface of lips
  • Augments cheeks and enhance the shape to give a youthful appearance
  • Fills empty area under the eye region
  • Increase volume to fill the emptiness in the lower cheek region

Working of Fillers

Fillers are a natural or synthetic substance that is injected directly into skin to plump the area to the extent that the wrinkle, hollowness, depression or fold disappears. The impact of the treatment can last a minimum of six months to a maximum of two years depending on the type of filler material used.

Types of fillers

Fillers are of two types Synthetic and Natural. Natural fillers are so called hyaluronic acid that results in fewer chances of allergic reactions. Results obtained are instant and lasts from at least 3 months to a maximum of 18 months. Synthetic fillers are called permanent filler derived from a synthetic substance and the results last for a longer duration than naturally derived fillers.

Performance of fillers based treatment is found to be highly effective, safe and simple. The results are quick without any side effects. Due to being an inexpensive and effective way of getting rid of facial lines, the future of this technology is promising.


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