Fillers

Fillers are a type of non-surgical cosmetic procedure. Dermal fillers reduce the appearance of wrinkles and smooth lines and restore facial volume. The doctor injects these substances just under the skin.

People choose dermal fillers to improve their facial features or achieve a youthful appearance. This elective treatment typically takes less than 30 minutes with minimal recovery time. Results are immediate and last for months to years, depending on the type and location of the filler.

There are many different types of dermal fillers. Talk to your doctor about the options available. As with any cosmetic procedure, the risks of infection, bleeding, and bruising are present. Health insurance companies don’t cover elective cosmetic procedures such as filler injections.

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Types of Facial Fillers

Facial Fillers include:

Hyaluronic acid (Restylane, Juvedern, others)

Hyaluronic acid is a naturally occurring substance found in your skin naturally. It is a commonly used filler for wrinkles. The effect usually lasts for 6-12 months.

Calcium hydrogenation(Diereses) –

This filler contours the jawline and restores cheek volume. It targets deeper lines and wrinkles on the skin. The effect lasts up to one year for contour correction and three years for wrinkle filling.

Fat grafting –

This method uses liposuction to remove fat from the lower abdomen or other areas. Then it is injected through a small incision on the cheek, temple, lip, or forehead. The effect is permanent. However, multiple sessions are usually required to achieve the desired results, as the body reabsorbs some of the fat.

Permanent Soft Tissue Filler (Bella fill) –

This filler smooths out deep wrinkles around the mouth. Permanent soft tissue fillers are generally not recommended as an initial facial filler treatment.

Poly-L-lactic acid (Sculptural) –

This product restores facial volume lost due to aging or illness. Usually, 2-3 sessions are required. The results last for 2 years.

What can a dermal fillers fix?

There are different types of dermal fillers to treat signs of aging. A Filler –

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  • Fills thinning lips
  • Enhances or fills flat areas of the face
  • Reduces or eliminates under-eye shadows and wrinkles caused by lower eyelids
  • Fills or softens deepened scars
  • Fills static wrinkles

Static Wrinkles are present on the underside, including those around the mouth and the cheeks. These wrinkles are usually due to a loss of skin collagen and elasticity.

What happens during the dermal filer procedure?

Your healthcare provider may cleanse your skin and apply an anesthetic lotion or cream. Anesthesia numbs the area, making the treatment more comfortable.

The doctor will use a fine needle to inject a small amount of filler under your skin. This needle will pinch and prick, but most people don’t feel much pain during these injections. Healthcare providers can inject fillers in multiple areas. The entire process can take several minutes to an hour.

Some side effects of fillers

Common side effect

The following side effects tend to occur around the injection site. They can be immediate but usually clear within 7 to 14 days:

  • Pain
  • Bruising
  • Itching
  • Rash

Uncommon side effect

The following side effects are less common but are possible to happen. They are needed to remove surgically.

    • Granular, a type of inflammatory response to the filler
    • Migration of filler from one area to another
    • Damage to blood vessels
    • Blockage of blood flow causing tissue death

What is the recovery time after the application of dermal fillers?

Everyone’s recovery time is different. Recovery time depends on the –

    • Number of sites treated by the physician
    • Type of filler received.
    • Overall health.

Most people can return to normal activities after receiving dermal filler injections. A doctor may recommend that she take one or two days off strenuous exercise or physical activity.