There are many ways to achieve a well-balanced and proportional facial features that will help you achieve that younger looking skin. An important aspect to be considered in facial aesthetics is facial harmony, it can be achieved through numerous ways such as facelifts, nose jobs, chin implants and many more. With all the many choices available, there’s one that stands out from the rest, Dermal fillers. Today, we will help you understand more about dermal fillers and how it is a more effective choice than the other methods.
What do Dermal Fillers do?
Dermal fillers in general are injections that plump up wrinkles and smoothens the lines on your face. Used mainly to correct skin conditions by adding volume to soft tissue. Commonly injected around your eyes, nose, and mouth for best results. And there are different types of dermal fillers that can help you achieve that youthful, radiant skin you desire.
Different Types of Dermal Fillers
Dermal fillers differ in chemical makeup, which means that longevity and varying degrees of softness are tailored to the client’s needs. Fillers can vary from small molecules to large molecules; superficial fillers to foundational fillers; short-term fillers to long term fillers. An in depth discussion of these will come about during the consultation at Peninsula Aesthetics.
A temporary dermal filler, naturally found throughout the body with the highest concentrations on the joints, eyes, and skin. HA is hydrophilic, which means it attracts water, therefore hydrating and moisturizing the skin, which gives its plumpness.
Calcium Hydroxylapatite (CaHA)
An injectable dermal filler that contains uniform CaHA, considered to be long-lasting and is highly biocompatible with human tissue. However, it is a non permanent filler and requires maintenance treatments to achieve the best results.
Poly-L-lactic acid (PLLA)
Is solely used to create structure, framework, and volume to the face and is also a non-toxic and biodegradable substance.. PLLA is known as a biostimulatory dermal filler, which prompts your skin to activate production of new collagen. Eventually, your skin will break down PLLA into water and carbon dioxide.
PMMA fillers contain around 20% of PMMA microspheres that are suspended in 80% purified collagen gel. A few months after it’s introduced to your body, the collagen gel breaks down which prompts your body to produce its own natural collagen which then fills the space under your skin. Considered to be a permanent filler.
How do Dermal Fillers Work?
Dermal fillers work by boosting the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid, it revitalizes and adds volume to the skin, which almost instantly reduces the appearance of lines and wrinkles, that ultimately gives you a younger, more radiant, fresher looking skin. In addition to that, Hyaluronic acid fillers are the most popular and most commonly used among skin clinics. Due to its naturally occurring substance produced by the body. Its popularity rose due to its temporary span. In case of an adverse event with the filler, Hyaluronic acid fillers can be dissolved by medical practitioners with an enzyme called hyaluronidase.
Advantages and Disadvantages
Commiting to having dermal fillers comes with its advantages and disadvantages, as with any medical procedure.
Almost all side effects related to dermal fillers take place right after injecting the filler and most, if not all, get resolved in just a few days to a few weeks.
Common risk include:
On the bright side, there are also numerous benefits that result from having the procedure. When injected carefully and properly, dermal fillers can make your face appear a lot less younger than you are. Depending on where the filler is injected, it can immensely show the huge difference, decreasing or even better, removing wrinkles.
There’s nothing better than having that younger-looking skin back. We can help you achieve that here in Peninsula Aesthetics with utmost assurance. Procedures are handled by our licensed medical professionals Alysha and her team, procedure done in a well-sanitized area. What’s there to wait for? Book your consultation now, to know the right treatment for you. https://peninsulaaesthetics.com.au/book-now/