Injectable wrinkle fillers are made from chemical counterparts which are already in the body. Due to this, fillers have a very low risk of alergic reactions. It provides a more youthful look and is mostly used to fill hollows, lines, and wrinkles. Wrinkle fillers can also be used as "volumizers," plumping and lifting cheeks, chins, jawlines, and temples and filling out thin lips.
Fillers are effective for a long time, however are temporary. Although the synthetic fillers last longer, hyaluronik acid fillers are more preferable due to having a low alergic reaction risk.
How are fillers applied?
Hyaluronik acids that exists in the skin, eyes, joints and muscle tissue are all different molecular weights. The appropriate amount will be applied depending on the area to be treated. Also depending on the amount of fillers needed, this can be applied within 1-5 sessions. This treatment may cause temporary swelling, sensitivity, redness and slight bruising.
Where should fillers be applied?
Fillers will be used in areas that are hollow and saggy due to gravity and/or use of mimics. Fillers are also used to cosmetically improve the look of the lines around the lip and nose areas, crowsfeet, areas around the eye and the brow and also to get rid of deep pimple marks. It can also fill out thin lips and cheekbones.
How many different types of fillers are there?
There are 3 types fillers; longlasting synthetic fillers, temporary fillers, fat and tissue injections. Although synthetic fillers last longer than others, it has a higher risk of an alergic reaction.
What are the side affects of fillers, if any?
If hyaluronik acid fillers are used, there may be slight temporary aching, swelling and colour change in the treated area.