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Dermal Fillers

FDA approved soft tissue fillers, used for lip, wrinkles and facial fillers. Help to create a smooth and/or fuller appearance.

Dermal fillers are a non-surgical cosmetic treatment used to address various concerns related to facial aging or to enhance certain features. They are injectable substances that can add volume, smooth lines and wrinkles, and improve facial contours.

Here are some ways dermal fillers can help:

Wrinkle Reduction: Dermal fillers can be used to fill in lines and wrinkles, particularly those caused by the loss of volume and collagen in the skin. Common areas include the nasolabial folds (lines around the mouth), marionette lines (lines at the corners of the mouth), and crow's feet.

Volume Restoration: As the face ages, it may lose volume, leading to a sunken or hollow appearance. Dermal fillers can restore volume to areas such as the cheeks, temples, and under the eyes, providing a more youthful and refreshed look.

Lip Enhancement: Dermal fillers are commonly used to enhance the shape and fullness of the lips. They can add volume to thin lips or define the lip borders for a more attractive appearance.

Facial Contouring: Dermal fillers can be strategically injected to contour and reshape the face. This can include enhancing cheekbones, defining the jawline, or filling in hollow areas for a more sculpted look.

Non-Surgical Nose Job: Dermal fillers can be used to reshape and correct certain imperfections of the nose, offering an alternative to traditional surgical rhinoplasty.

Hand Rejuvenation: The hands are often one of the first areas to show signs of aging. Dermal fillers can be used to restore volume to the hands, minimizing the appearance of veins and tendons.

Scar Revision: Certain types of dermal fillers can be used to improve the appearance of scars, making them less noticeable and smoothing out uneven skin texture.

Minimal Downtime: One of the advantages of dermal fillers is that they typically involve minimal downtime. Most people can resume their regular activities shortly after the treatment.
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