With dermal filler, adding volume to your face can both restore a youthful glow and balance your facial proportions for a beautiful, natural enhancement.
Dermal fillers boost the skin’s supply of hyaluronic acid which adds volume to the skin and instantly smooths the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
The length of your filler appointment will depend on the area to be treated. If this is your first visit with LeJeune Aesthetic Centers, it is required to meet for a consultation prior to treatment.
With dermal fillers, you will see results immediately and can expect them to last anywhere from 6 months to 2 years depending on the treatment location and product used.
What Are Dermal Fillers?
Dermal fillers, or soft tissue fillers, are products produced using substances, for example, hyaluronic acid, poly-l-lactic acid, calcium hydroxyapatite, collagen or polymethyl methacrylate. These substances raise depressed scars, lessen the presence of wrinkles and creases, and add contour to the lips and cheeks. Fillers are durable however temporary solutions are administered in the solace of our office. Products chosen in light of each patient’s preferences and desired outcome.
Who Can Receive Dermal Fillers?
The dermal fillers that are utilized in our training have naturally-occurring ingredients like hyaluronic acid. Those that have synthetic chemicals (Radiesse) have been completely studied for security and viability. Consequently, there is no requirement for allergy testing before dermal filler treatment and most patients are excellent candidates for this cosmetic solution to aging and other facial concerns.
Are Dermal Fillers Permanent?
Dermal fillers are durable, restoring the skin for as long as two years. Be that as it may, they do degrade over time. Treatment might be repeated every few months to years to soften the signs of aging.
Could Dermal Fillers at any point Be Dissolved If I Don’t Like the Results?
In the event that you get filler treatment with a hyaluronic acid product, like Restylane, Juvéderm, or Belotero, you might have some or all of your filler dissolved if you are not totally happy with your outcomes. Treatment to break down hyaluronic acid dermal fillers includes injections of an enzyme called hyaluronidase.