Facial dermal fillers are one of the quickest, most effective and cost efficient ways today to rejuvenate facial skin that lacks moisture and started to exhibit fine or deeper lines and wrinkles. In many cases, hylauronic acid dermal fillers can be a good alternative to botox, however, indications may very from person to person, so always consult with your doctor to find th ebest solution to your individual needs.
There are several areas where hyaluronic acid fillers can be used:
Fine lines at the corner of your eyes (crow’s feet)
Nasolabial folds (smile lines that run from the side of the nose to the corners of the mouth)
Marionette lines (below the corners of the mouth)
Frown lines between the eyebrows
Lines at the corners of the mouth
Redefining lip border and pump lips
Scars including acne scars, burns and different wound scars from surgeries or accidents
Vertical lines on the mouth (they are also called smoker’s lines but doesn’t necessarily mean that they originate from smoking, they are also a sign of aging)
Frown lines on the forehead
The most often requested hyaluronic filler procedures are the correction of lips, frown lines, nasolabial folds and marionette lines. Generally speaking, soft tissue fillers are very popular and minimal-invasive cosmetic procedures, the results are immediate, and side effects are extremely rare when using natural hyaluronic acid, as it is a substance that can also be found in and produced by the human body. Dermal fillers are given as injections in the problematic areas of the face and can be given by specialists only.
How do hyaluronic acid fillers work?
When hyaluronic acid is injected into the soft tissues, it acts like a pillow and supports facial structures that have lost volume, moisture and softness, mainly due to the normal aging process. Hyaluronic acid also helps to draw water to the treated tissues to make them look moisturized and soft. Please note though that hyaluronic acid injections cannot restore sagging, loose skin and that hyaluronic acid fillers do not offer a permanent solution, they should be repeated every 6-12 months in order to maintain optimal results.