Injectable Fillers

Injectable Fillers


Duration and Dissolution

Risks and Safety

Procedure and Effects

Choosing the Right Practitioner

Types of Fillers and Their Uses

Before and After Care

Injectable fillers, commonly referred to as dermal fillers, utilize a variety of biocompatible materials to enhance facial aesthetics. Among these, hyaluronic acid-based fillers like Juvederm and Restylane are prevalent due to their efficacy and safety. Hyaluronic acid, a sugar molecule naturally present in the skin, plays a crucial role in maintaining structural integrity and hydration. It binds with water to form a gel-like substance that supports collagen, thereby maintaining skin firmness and elasticity. As we age, the natural levels of hyaluronic acid diminish, leading to the appearance of wrinkles and volume loss.

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