Dermal fillers are an excellent, minimally invasive choice for correcting the effects of ageing on your skin. They are substances that resemble gel and aid in rehydrating the skin, rebuilding lost suppleness, and reducing the appearance of age spots.
Dermal fillers can be infused into various parts of the skin, including the neck, face, hands, and décolleté to treat skin problems successfully. Dermal fillers may be injected within minutes, offer a non-surgical, cost-effective approach to look younger, and have minimal to no post-procedure recovery.
Some of the properties of dermal fillers include: Biocompatibility: Most dermal fillers are composed of materials that are biocompatible, meaning that they are accepted by the body’s immune system. Longevity: The longevity of dermal fillers varies depending on the type of filler used and the area of the face being treated. Some dermal fillers can last for several months, while others may last for up to two years. Safety: Dermal fillers are considered safe when used by a trained and experienced professional. They have been used for many years with a good safety record. Versatility: Dermal fillers can be used to treat a wide range of concerns, including wrinkles, lines, and loss of volume in the face. Natural-looking results: When used by an experienced practitioner, dermal fillers can produce natural-looking results that enhance the patient’s appearance without looking artificial. Non-surgical: Dermal fillers are non-surgical, meaning that they do not require incisions or a long recovery period. Immediate results: The results of dermal filler treatment can be seen immediately, although some minor swelling or bruising can occur. Hyaluronic acid-based: Many dermal fillers are hyaluronic acid-based, which is a natural substance that is found in the body. Reversibility: Some dermal fillers can be reversed if the patient is not satisfied with the results using an enzyme called hyaluronidase.