Dermal fillers are an amazing cosmetic tool. They are used to help individuals restore lost facial volume and to do a wide variety of other things to improve a person’s appearance. They can be used to add fullness to the lips, fill in scars, and help a person to enjoy a more attractive facial contour. The type of dermal filler that a person uses going to be based on a few things, including what our team recommends and the kind of results they would like to achieve.
The loss of facial volume is something that we all experience as we get older. The reason why we lose volume in our face as we get older is that we lose fat. When we are young, the fat in our face keeps it looking full. This does not mean that a person looks fat. However, the fat that is on the skin and muscles helps a person to look young. As this fat slowly goes away as a person gets older, the skin begins to sag, and the muscles under the skin become more apparent. This is what gives a person a hollow and sunken look as they get older.
Dermal fillers can be skillfully injected into different areas of the face to add more volume. They are commonly injected into the cheeks and along the jawline to fill in the hollow spaces and to give a person a fuller appearance.
One of the main reasons why people love to use dermal fillers is because they see immediate results. When you come into our office for dermal filler treatments, you walk away looking younger and with a more attractive appearance. Dermal fillers immediately give you more facial volume and fill in lines and wrinkles. The ingredients contained in these fillers usually keeps the skin looking full for a long time. Depending on the brand that is used and the reason why the dermal filler is being used, the skin is encouraged to create healthy substances that continue to help the skin look youthful and to maintain volume.
Many of the dermal fillers that are on the market today contain natural ingredients. These ingredients are substances that are already found in the human body. This means that a person is not likely to have a negative reaction to the dermal filler.