Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are one of the most popular facial rejuvenation methods on the market today. It is sought after by both males and females as a means to reduce fine lines and creases in the face.

Because aging is inevitable, wrinkles will come sooner or later. A number of factors like stress, dehydration, poor lifestyle choices, heredity, and medications all affect our faces and create wrinkles as we age; even natural habits such as frowning, smiling, squinting, and chewing can cause wrinkles.

Dermal fillers were discovered by accident during the 1990s. However, they became FDA approved for cosmetic surgery only in 2002. Today, it has become popular among celebrities and men and women around the world.

Dermal Fillers

You Are A Good Candidate For Dermal Fillers If:

  • You are between the ages of 18 and 70
  • You are not allergic to the product/s that will be applied
  • You are not on any heart medication or antibiotics
  • You do not have sun-damaged skin
  • You do not have any infections

Dermal filler procedures seldom cause pain and may take only ten to fifteen minutes to complete. Although the surgery can be completed in a short period of time, it is still important to select a qualified surgeon; there are over 40 different muscles in the face and it takes experience and knowledge to identify the right spots.

Although you may experience mild swelling and bruising after your procedure, you can resume normal activities almost immediately. You will be able to see the effects in as early as three to five days following your procedure.

What are the benefits of dermal fillers?

  • Improved self-esteem and self-confidence
  • Reduced excessive sweating
  • Increased physical attractiveness and youthful-looking facial skin

Although the procedure is generally safe, complications may arise if your surgeon is inexperienced. Complications may include redness, pain, dry mouth, fatigue, bruising, and facial weakness. To avoid any complications, we advise you to consult a qualified surgeon for your procedure.