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Dermal fillers offer a minimally-invasive way for patients to achieve skin and lips that look more voluptuous and full. Dermal fillers are gently injected beneath the surface of a patient’s skin by a highly-trained clinician.
Discussing your overall cosmetic goals with one of our team members allows us to decide which treatment option may work the best for you. Some dermal fillers last longer than others, and each are made with different ingredients.
It can help treat the following:
- Thinning lips
- Shallow areas on the face
- Dark circles under the eyes
- Skin scarring
- Static wrinkles
What are Dermal Fillers?
Injectable dermal fillers are used to help reduce the look and fine lines that can appear over time as we age. Dermal fillers are great for adding more volume to your skin to help give it more a youthful, supple appearance. There are many different factors that can affect an individual’s facial skin including exposure to the sun, genetics, and lifestyle.
Dermal fillers are great for helping to smooth skin, but it can also be used to plump up lips. These gel-like substances are injected into different areas of the lip that are identified by a professional. It is important to speak with your specialist about what you are looking to achieve with this to ensure they help decide which product to use, how much to use, and where the product should be injected.
They are a great way to help smooth lines, creases, and achieve other cosmetic goals without the need for time consuming, expensive, and invasive procedures.
Lip Fillers Before And After
Patients are able to see the results of a lip fillers procedure after just one session. With AMAH, you can expect your lips to look very natural, plump and youthful. You’ll never have to worry about a fake look.
Types of Dermal Fillers
There are many different FDA approved fillers available and they differ based on the kind of substance they are made from. Some of these popular substances include hyaluronic acid, calcium hydroxylapatite, poly-L-lactic, and polymethylmethacrylate.
Hyaluronic acid are made with a substance that is naturally found in your skin and is generally gel-like. These products last 6-12 months before the body begins to break them down.
Calcium hydroxylapatite are made with a substance that is also naturally occurring, found in human bones. This product is also gel-like and thicker than that of hyaluronic acid dermal fillers, which makes them last for about 12 months.
Poly-L-lactic acid are safe alternatives to other types of dermal fillers and work by helping your skin produce more of your natural collagen. These fillers can be good for plumping up deeper wrinkles and can last over 2 years.
Polymethylmethacrylate (PMMA) are in the form of “microspheres” that are injected under the skin indefinitely. This helps to prevent support and can be used for acne scarring or smile lines. These also contain collagen.
With the number of dermal filler products available, you may find it overwhelming to decide about which is best for you. Speaking with your specialist at Atlanta Mobile Aesthetics and Hydrotherapy can help ensure the right product is used to help you achieve your cosmetic goals. Each product has a different texture, density, and injection depth, which means depending on the area, one product may be better suited for use over another. Your specialist will be able to help you discern this.
How Long Do They Last?
Results vary based on numerous things. Depending on the type of product you use, it can range from a few months to indefinitely. To learn more about what product is best for you, discuss your cosmetic goals with your specialist at Atlanta Mobile Aesthetics and Hydrotherapy.
Dermal Fillers vs Botox
Both Botox and dermal fillers offer incredible benefits for individuals looking to achieve their cosmetic goals. One of the biggest differences between them is that Botox is best suited for wrinkles that appear when the skin moves. This can include smiling, laughing, or frowning.
Dermal fillers are best suited for static wrinkles, which appear on your face even when you are not making any movements. Dermal fillers can also be used for help with plumping lips and reducing the effects of acne scarring.
Juvederm Client Results
Client with Juvederm Lip Injections for Fuller Lips
Client with Juvederm Lip Injections for Even Lips
Dermal Fillers FAQ
Cost depends on the type of dermal filler, amount dermal filler is required and the areas of the face you wish to be treated (e.g. undereye hollow and cheeks). During the consultation, Dr. Bing will formulate a treatment plan for you and advise the exact cost of your treatments.
After your treatment we will again go through with you any after care advice in order to maximize your treatment benefits and avoid any undesirable side effects.
You can resume normal activities, drive yourself home or return to work immediately after the treatment.
As with any type of injection there may be some slight redness immediately afterwards. Camouflage make up may be applied.
The results directly after the treatment should therefore not be seen as the final results. This is because over the following 2 weeks the results will gradually improve. For 2 weeks after the treatment you are advised to avoid extreme heat (sun bed or sunbathing) or intense cold.
Injection-related reactions: these reactions may include redness at the injection site immediately after the treatment.
Bruising: occasionally bruising can occur. Contour irregularities can and do occasionally occur. Massaging can usually smooth out any ‘lumpiness’ however if persistent the filler can be easily and rapidly dissolved.
Infection — as with all injections, this procedure carries a risk of infection. The syringe is sterile and standard precautions associated with injectable materials are taken.
Necrosis — one of the worst possible complications of dermal filler. Fortunately, this is extremely rare. It happens when the dermal filler is accidentally injected into a blood vessel and it subsequently blocks the blood supply to the skin/tissue in that area.
Blindness — This is a very rare complication. There have been approximately 100 cases in the world and is caused by injecting dermal filler into blood vessel which has a connection with the artery which supplies blood and oxygen to the eye. There is no treatment so far for this that has been successful.
Yes. We use only products with proven safety record. Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a substance which occurs naturally in the cells of the skin, thus there is no risk of allergic reactions. Even people with food sensitivities can receive these fillers safely. The brands of dermal fillers we use are available in more than 90 countries and have been used as an injectable cosmetic treatment for more than two decades with an excellent safety record.
Results are seen instantly after the treatment, although this gradually improves over the course of the following 2–4 weeks. Results can last between 9–18 months although optimal results can be maintained over a long period of time through regular repeated treatments. The longevity varies from person to person depending on your requirements and the severity of the wrinkles that are being treated, in addition to the particular dermal filler being administered.
Generally, basic dermal filler procedures require no anesthetic as the dermal filler contains local anesthetic. It is simple and straight-forward, involving a few tiny injections directly into the skin, and takes between 15–30 minutes. Make-up can be applied immediately after the procedure and you can go straight back to work. Result can be seen immediately. Optimal results can be maintained over a long period of time through regular repeated treatments.
The face loses volume and contour when we age, the bones and the soft tissue dissolve and contribute to appearance of sagging. Dermal fillers may be used to replace this volume loss and restore the structural support, giving the patient a more youthful appearance. The aim is to make the face more harmonious and rejuvenated. For instance, the lips and cheeks may be injected to make a face more defined and attractive. An underdeveloped chin may be injected to make it appear more projected and proportionate.
Dermal fillers are substance/gels injected beneath the skin’s surface to smooth wrinkles and add volume and contour. The products are composed of stabilized hyaluronic acid (HA) which occurs naturally in the cells of the skin. It works by drawing in water and therefore augmenting the skin, thus reducing the wrinkle treated. It is by no means permanent and is totally biodegradable.
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