If you have shallow contours, deep scars, or thin lips, cosmetic dermal fillers can pump up the volume. LaserBody MD offers two types of FDA and Health Canada approved dermal fillers, guaranteed to restore skin’s volume while softening wrinkles and fine lines.
Restylane and Juvederm are injectable gels consisting of hyaluronic acid (a substance already in the body) that restore fullness to your face for a youthful, natural appearance.
Cosmetic Dermal Fillers can be used on any part of the face, including the nose, mouth, and forehead. It is a non-surgical treatment that can plump hollow contours and folds, improve the appearance of acne scars, and augment lips.
With age, the skin’s ability to retain moisture decreases, causing it to lose volume, fold, and wrinkle. Depending on the targeted area, dermal fillers can correct these problems in anywhere from a matter of seconds to a matter of minutes.
Note: Filling deep wrinkles and scars may require multiple injections. In these cases, a local anesthetic may need to be applied prior to treatment. Smile lines, laugh lines, and cheeks are the most common areas requiring deeper fillers.
See The Results
Cosmetic dermal fillers have a smooth gel-like consistency, compatible with your skin, giving it a natural, fresh appearance. Dermal fillers have been shown to last anywhere between six months to two years, depending on which product you chose.
FAQs About Dermal Fillers
Because LaserBody MD understands that you probably have a few questions about facial fillers, we have provided a list below that may help you decide whether cosmetic dermal filters are the best option for you. Please feel free to contact us if you have concerns or further questions.
If you want to soften the appearance of wrinkles, plump your lips, or restore volume to facial contours, you may be a good candidate for cosmetic dermal fillers.
Side effects of dermal fillers include tenderness, redness, swelling, bumps, firmness, itching, bruises, and discoloration; however, most of these are mild and dissipate within a few days.
Because dermal fillers are non-surgical and non-invasive, there is no downtime involved. Patients can expect to return to normal daily activities immediately following treatment with little or no discomfort.
A dermal injection procedure typically takes between 15 and 60 minutes, depending on the area receiving treatment.
The cost of dermal fillers will vary depending on the formula, targeted area, the amount of filler used, and the goals of the individual. The patient will meet with a medical professional prior to the procedure to determine the extent and cost of treatment and establish a plan consistent with the patient’s individual desires.
Patients can expect to see results immediately following treatment. The effects of most fillers can last about six to twelve months, but some can last up to two years.