Dermal fillers are an effective and non-surgical treatment for wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, and nasolabial folds. Dermal fillers are also an effective solution for voluminizing the chin, cheeks, lips, and back of hands. Dermal fillers are also used to erase acne, mild scars, and age spots. These fluid products are also known as injectable implants, which give the face a more aesthetic, rejuvenated, and alluring aspect. Dermal fillers are made from biocompatible materials therefore when absorbed are not harmful to the body.
Dermal fillers benefits
- Quick & Simple intervention
- Non-surgical treatment
- No health risks
- A firmer, smoother skin is gained
- There will be no scars
- No post-operative special care
Dermal fillers for wrinkles
Most dermal fillers for treating wrinkles and nasolabial folds are made of hyaluronic acid. Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance in our own body and specifically in our skin and helps collagen production. However, over time and as we age, the quantity and quality of this substance decreases, therefore the hydration is lowered, and wrinkles appear. The same process happens on other parts of the face such as lips which results in them losing volume and become thin. During dermal filler injection for wrinkles, fillers (hyaluronic acid) are injected in the breaks between wrinkles and tightens the skin.
Dermal fillers: How does it work?
The fluid implant will be injected into the desired area via a fine needle, consequently, leaves no scars. Dermal fillers are from non-allergic materials. In addition, the autoimmune system of the body will support them, and that they will not be rejected. Yet, the body absorbs dermal fillers, which are not harmful to the body of any kind but they must be renewed each six to twelve months. In some cases, dermal fillers last longer which is due to one’s physiology. It should be noted some types of dermal fillers last up to five years.