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Know about Dermal Fillers and its uses

By Jessica Martin In Health & Fitness Posted On August 28,2019 0 Comments

Fillers are filling substances used in aesthetic medicine to correct wrinkles and volumes. Fillers are mainly used for the treatment of skin wrinkles, sunken scars, or even for increased volumes of the lips, cheekbones and cheeks.

The purpose of the aesthetic medical treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers is to correct wrinkles by filling the dermis with hyaluronic acid.

Thanks to dermal fillers the wrinkles of the face disappear, the cheeks and pads are raised, the lips are refreshed.

Dermal fillers help to reduce facial wrinkles, restore volume and fullness of the face. As we age, subcutaneous fat is naturally lost. The facial muscles are subjected to the stresses of the movements of expression and over time they cause the formation of expression lines. Facial skin gives way, thanks to the action of gravity, aggravating the loss of facial volume.

Other factors that affect facial skin are:

·         sun exposure

·         heredity

·         lifestyle.

How are dermal fillers used?

Rejuvenating the skin with dermal fillers is easy and fast. Apply gel with a extremely skinny spine. The treatment is not painful because the fillers already contain the anesthetic.

After applying the filler, a facial massage is performed to better distribute the product and to smooth the skin. The treatment does not require a period of hospitalization and the patient can return to his daily activities immediately.

The results are immediately visible and the duration of the effects varies from patient to patient, but on average between 12 and 18 months.

Is the injection painful?

Pain varies according to individual sensitivity (the pain threshold is subjective), but it also depends on where the hyaluronic acid is injected. The lips, for example, are particularly sensitive and it is therefore advisable to perform a very rapid and effective troncular anesthesia (such as that practiced by the dentist). Other areas, such as nasal labial folds, can be treated without any anesthesia.

How long does the result last over time?

Once injected, hyaluronic acid is gradually reabsorbed by the body. The duration of this process varies from individual to individual: in some cases the plant, although reduced, is still evident after eight months. In others, after three months, adjustments must be made.

Hyaluronic acid is a natural substance, normally present in the human body:

·         helps to moisturize and add volume to our skin

·         1/3 of the organism's hyaluronic acid is naturally eliminated and replaced every day

·         Hyaluronic acid normally present in the body is drastically reduced with age.

This acid, which in our body moisturizes and gives volume to the skin, gets older and reduces, creating wrinkles and marks on the face.

The aesthetic medical treatment with hyaluronic acid restores the vitality of the skin and gives a new look, youthful and lasting.

The treatment with hyaluronic acid fillers:

·         It is practiced in the clinic with or without anesthesia

·         Touch-ups can be performed

·         Is reabsorbed after 8-12 months, so you can decide whether to repeat it or not

·         Preventive tests are not required.

A treatment session takes only 15 to 30 minutes. Immediately after the treatment it will be possible to resume normal professional and family life.

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