Dermal Fillers – A Game Changer in Aging Skin Reversal

Dermal Fillers – A Game Changer in Aging Skin Reversal

The face of cosmetic procedures changes and invasive procedures add to plastic surgery's esthetic toolbox. Now 10 million procedures are approached each year by injectable treatments. Botulinum is famous for its overwhelming success in the treatment of wrinkles, but it isn't the only kind that produces waves.

The most important reason for the explosion of non-surgical procedures is perhaps the way in which you can create a proactive anti-aging regimen. No longer is it necessary for you to wait until the time required for many plastic operations is "sufficient" to justify the expense and recovery. The dermal fillers provide you with a range of preventive treatments that can assist you in maintaining smooth skin.

Aging Changes Skin

When you are old, moisture, volume and elasticity are normally lost to your skin. Collagen and elastin are contained in the mid-layers which support the three parts of the aging equation. Collagen supports the retention and volume of moisture, while elasticity helps to bounce back your skin.

How the Dermal Filler Works?

When you lose collagen and elastin, you will lower another component of skin known as hyaluronic acid as you age. It works by attracting and storing skin moisture. Dermal fillers can help with all this loss. In fillers, hyaluronic acid is the most common active ingredient. It always helps your skin to increase moisture and fill lost volume with collagen lost and skin relaxation. It is an ingredient your body uses.

A range of dermal fillers are available and can provide you with a range of options to treat your signs of aging. Fillers can fill your skin with shrinkages and wrinkles. They can provide your cheeks and lips with volume.

Skin Renewal

Not only do some dermal filler deliver volume, but they can also regenerate your body. The dermabrasion and chemical peels help stimulate and promote collagen growth, the techniques can take days or weeks of recovery.

With dermal fillers that's not so. Dermal fillers are really a facial service for lunch. You can normally have a dermal injection at lunch and go back to your regular activities immediately.

Types of Fillers

Hyaluronic Acid Fillers

Perhaps most standard dermal filling options are hyaluronic acid fillers. This treatment helps to smooth out fine lines and restore volume to deep wrinkles.

The solution contains ingredients that your body will naturally produce; the risk of adverse effects is therefore small. The lidocaine inserted formula minimizes the chance that your treatment may have discomfort. The solution consists of a soft gel-like substance that keeps your skin bright and hydrated by binding to molecules of water.

In just eight months from treatment, hyaluronic fillers stimulate collagen production. Some evidence suggests that you could still need to fill less over time if maintained as a regular anti-aging regime, and eventually you could stay longer between appointments. The treated area may be affected by redness, swellings or bruising. The results are provisional and can last six to twelve months.

Synthetic Fillers

Synthetic ingredients contain synthetic fillers. If you have any queries, contact our specialists at Longevity Aesthetics and Laser Spa. Autologous fillers may be recommended as an alternative option if you are allergic.

The effects of synthetic fillers can last for up to two years and effectively promote the recovery of lost collagen.

Here at Longevity Aesthetics and Laser Spa, we have more services including Botox, body contouring, fat reduction etc. For any of your queries, contact us.

**Disclaimer: This content is neither a medical advice nor it  imply a doctor-patient relationship.

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