Dermal fillers are gel-like, volumizing substances that are injected beneath the skin to restore lost volume, smooth fine lines and deep creases, or enhance facial contours. No local anaesthesia is required and fillers more preffered application because it is non-surgical and patients can go about your daily life afterward.
Thanks to facial fillings, we can fill wrinkles and small pits on face. Eye contour wrinkles, lines at the both sides, between the nose and lip are annihilated by this method.
Who can benefit from filler treatment?
Facial fillers are the non-surgical way to achieve younger looking skin and provide volume for tired lines and wrinkles. Every person whose face structure is fully formed can get facial fillers. However, there are situations that face fillers can not be done. If you have inflamed or infected skin, or pimples, cysts, rashes or hives, the procedure should be postponed until it clears up.
How long does the effect last?
There are a number of variables that factor into filler longevity such as product quality. In some cases duration of the effects can be a bit shorter or longer. Depending on the area treated, your skin, and the injection technique, facial fillers will last 1 to 2 years. Lip fillers will lasts 6-12 monts or 12- 24 months.
What are the side effects of fillers?
After the treatment some common injection-related reactions might occur, such as swelling, redness, pain, itching, discoloration and tenderness at the injection site. Dermal filler injections should be administered by an expert. The potential side effects of dermal fillers when administered professionally are very minimal, just redness or swelling around the injection site. If this happens, it usually disappears within a few hours or a day, and can be covered easily with makeup.
How long does filler treatment take?
The procedure is usually performed under local anaesthetic and it takes around 10-15 minutes. And the patient is then free to resume their daily activities . Just, avoid very cold and hot baths for 3 days after the procedure.