Injectable face, body & lip fillers

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Anti-Aging, Wrinkle Reducing & Volumizing

Injectable Dermal Fillers

Dermal fillers are effectively soft tissue fillers, injected into face, lips, or body to (1) fill out wrinkles and thereby restore a smoother and more youthful appearance (2) contour and shape – i.e. jawline defining, injectable body contouring – or (3) to add volume (i.e. lip augmentation)


Pros of Injectable Dermal Fillers

One major benefit of fillers is the lack of waiting time for visible results. Witness immediate post-procedure benefits without a prolonged waiting period for swelling or bruising to subside.

Many patients appreciate the impressively long-lasting results achieved with fillers. While longevity of results vary by filler and treatment, in some cases, results can last up to several years.

Third, many patients express a preference for dermal fillers over alternative injectables like Botox® due to the a perception that more natural, nuanced, and subtle results can be achieved with fillers — thus avoiding "looking like they've had work done".

Types of Injectable Dermal Fillers

Naturally, results vary according to type of dermal filler used — each type best-suited to its own procedural niche. There is a range of FDA-approved dermal fillers and injectables on the market. The most common include:

  1. Poly-L-Lactic Acid – PLAA (most commonly Sculptra® Aesthetic)
  2. Neurotoxins (most commonly Botox®, Xeomin®, and Dysport®)
  3. Sodium Hyaluronate (most commonly Restylane® Refyne/Defyne)
  4. Hyaluronic Acid (often w/ lidocaine, an anesthetic for comfort)
  5. Polymethylmethacrylate Beads, Collagen, & Lidocaine (i.e Bellafill®)

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